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New technology as a marketing tool

Artificial intelligence changes the dynamics of marketing. Machine learning removes uncertainty in how to campaign. Blockchain will tell your customers the truth.

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Gastropubs and their origin

The term “gastropub” was coined in 1991, when David Eyre and Mike Belben took over The Eagle pub in Clerkenwell, London. Traditionally, British pubs were …

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a hotel on Djupvatnet lake in Norway

Boutique hotels

Many boutique hotels are furnished in a themed, stylish and/or aspirational manner. The popularity of the boutique concept has prompted some multinational hotel companies to try to capture a market share. In the United States, New York City remains an important center for boutique hotels clustered about Manhattan.

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Increase your presence in Norwegian Real Estate

Let me write this Ingres as a short story about real estate investment in Norway done in the last thirty years. If you’re where one of the many that bought a property thirty years ago, on credit and no equity.

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An introduction to real estate development

Building codes have a long history. The earliest known written building code is included in the Code of Hammurabi which dates from circa 1772 BC. The book of Deuteronomy in the Hebrew Bible stipulated that parapets must be constructed on all houses to prevent people from falling off. A building code is a set of rules that specify the standards for constructed objects such as buildings and nonbuilding structures.

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Presenting your services

You must identify what need you aim to serve first. Then you must design your outbound communication to speak directly to innovators, early users and early majority. Finally you must give your product or service time to penetrate each part of your customer segment.

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