Category: Product and Services

Piggybacking on company shares

After having several conversations it is clear that the business of share trading and its intricacies still create a dark cloud to many. A rather unnecessary element of sophistication at that. It is thus only fair to (in true debunqed.com fashion) take a step back, delve in and break it down by discussing not just

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Life hacks using tech

We often do things out of routine without considering if there is an easier way to achieve the same result quicker and even more effectively. In a larger company or organization, this is the job of the business analyst. What if we applied this to other daily activities and tasks that shape the way we

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Peer-to-peer service

Binary

History has taught us that a fully centrally controlled government system fails completely – well, in the long run. The idea of a communistic system has its merits and would still work in some sectors of an economy. It, however, omits the very thing that was provided to us as human beings – choice. Knowledge

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An investor state of mind

As an Arsenal Football Club fan, one has the natural tendency to follow the progress of both present and past players of the revered North London title-winning institution. The prestige of playing for the club comes along with all the bell and whistles required to make life living in the small yet expensive hub city

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Rise of the machines

As a young man born in and living in Pretoria South Africa, multi-billionaire Elon Musk, who is better known for pioneering the battery-operated motor concept, was shunned by the Industrial Development Corporation several times. His innovative ideas were denied financial backing so he moved to the USA for better support. The rest as we all

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Sales misconception – debunqed!

The ‘great’ art of selling is about earning and keeping your client’s trust. In business or commerce, there is nothing greater than the feeling of completing that successful sale. By successful, we refer the whole process: from convincing the customer that your product or service will meet his/her long or short-term needs after listening carefully

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