Owner Of An Established Brand With Restaurant Franchise

Owner Of An Established Brand With Restaurant Franchise

Business opportunities in the food sector are unlimited. If you know the tricks and are well informed, you can no doubt give shape to your business dreams in no time. Restaurants today run well depending on a number of factors; these are brand identity, quality of food items served, menu, variety, courteousness in handling customers, locality, to name a few. When you can be an owner of a reputed brand in your area by buying a restaurant franchise, why not grab the opportunity. And if the menu well suits the Indian taste such as snacks food, namkeens, traditional sweets, Bengali sweets, chaat like pani puri, South Indian food, the effort of buying the restaurant franchise is well rewarded.

When you buy a restaurant franchise, you will have to pay some royalty money as well as percentage of the profits every month or annually or as decided. You no doubt become the owner of the restaurant, but you will have to follow the same method of food preparation, besides having the same menu. You will notice an increasing crowd right from day one. A little advertisement will further add to the crowd pulling factor.

You will always find sweets in the menu in every festive occasion. It is also in marriage, birthday, anniversary, and other functions. where all traditional sweets including Bengali sweets rule the roost; this is because having as well as distributing sweets is considered as good omen. Pani puri and chaat items are also served in most occasions. Another item that is served with tea or coffee is variety of namkeens. The most savored namkeens include bhujia, chana masala, mini samosas, dalmoth, and more.

The rasgulla and the rasmalai are two of the most popular Bengali sweets. Both the Bengali sweets items are found in sweets shops in every corner of the country. Preparation of rasmalai involves cooking of rounded pies of fine milk curd in syrup such that a unique texture is created. The pies are then soaked in full cream milk and then served with a shower of chopped pistachio nuts.

New Global Economic Order After 2020

New Global Economic Order After 2020

Whole word is eager to know about who will the global leader in term of economy after 2020? Will United States of America would be in position to continue as global economic powerhouse or not? If America is going to lose the reign of leadership then who will be the next leader? There are several questions is running all over the world. Different people have different opinion which are based upon several and different logics and conclusions. But at point all are agree and that is – axis of prosperity, development has been shifted from west to east. Days are gone when very fewer western countries decide the fate of global economic policies. One think tank, predicts that till 2020, emerging markets will dominate the economies. The most discernible shift in global power towards emerging market economies is expected to take place in 2017 when China will become the world’s largest economy. In his reports very clearly said that Emerging economies are driving global economic growth but advanced economies will retain a competitive advantage with higher per capita incomes and greater consumer market expenditure, while governments in developing countries face challenges in keeping up with the pace of economic growth. The three biggest emerging economies will account for around 30.0% of global GDP in PPP terms in 2020 compared to 23.5% in 2012 when there were just two emerging markets amongst the five largest economies –1. USA 2. China 3. India 4. Japan 5. Germany. The global economic downturn of 2008-2009 and the ensuing sovereign debt crisis have accelerated this trend as advanced economies were hit much harder through greater integration in global financial markets and larger fiscal imbalances and government debt. The consequential austerity drive across much of the developed world, especially in the euro zone, has resulted in low-growth, high-debt scenarios, long-term unemployment and underemployment. Economic growth in emerging and developing countries also slowed but the effects of the global downturn were not as acute and in 2013, emerging markets will overtake developed countries in their share of the global economy in PPP terms for the first time forecast is 51.0% of world GDP. One of the interesting figure is that among all those predictions and future saying is that It is china who is going to be global leader but due to big population weight, its per capita income will not match to the the number 2 economy that is America. The average value of Chinese per capita income would be 1/4th of USA’s per capita income. So may be over all GDP of China will cross the America’s GDP but per capita income will be lower than America’s per capita income.

Public Sector Networks Confuse Government It Professionals

Public Sector Networks Confuse Government It Professionals

of public servants working in an IT or commercial function do not know where their organisation stands in the process of adopting a public services network (PSN). The PSN is core to the governments ICT Strategy with the Cabinet Office estimating it could save up to 130m a year in central government by 2014.

In three years time the government wants 80 per cent of its PC based staff to be using the network, thats around 4 million users.

The survey which found these restuls was by BT and entitled the PSNsus Survery. It asked 1,300 public servants from a range of professional areas and sectors in January this year to get an idea of whether the public sector is moving towards the governments goal of creating a shared information and communications infrastructure.

There does, however appear to be more awareness of PSNs in local government, with the figure rising to 69% for Central Government respondents being unaware, which compares to only 31 % for local government.

In my experience there is a huge amount of innovation happening in local government when compared with central government, said Neil Rogers, president of global government at BT Global Services.

The PSN will create a network of networks by joining up organisations, departments, authorities and agencies that deliver public services at local, regional and national levels. The public sector will be sold PSN services by a number of providers, who will then connect to Direct Network Service Providers (DNSPs) via the Government Conveyance Network (GCN).

The GCN is the backbone to the PSN and acts as the gateway between the networks of different service providers. BT, Virgin Media, Cable & Wireless and Global Crossing have all agreed to mesh together their networks to create a single network for the PSN.

Its not all bad; the survey did find that 44% of IT savvy public servants knew what stage their organisation was at in adopting a PSN. However, only 12% were carrying out initial scoping exercises, and 9% have implementation in place. These numbers are low but Rogers believes that they should not be cause for concern. As the scale of the project means that it will take time to create the governments vision for a fully connected PSN.

The PSN is core to the governments ICT Strategy with the Cabinet Office estimating it could save the public sector up to 130m a year in central government by 2014.

Advantages Of Video Conferencing For A Corporation

Advantages Of Video Conferencing For A Corporation

Video conferencing has caught the fancy of a numerous business businesses off late. From the small business establishments to the giant multinational corporations, everyone is making use of this most recent technology. But, what is that makes video conferencing so well known amongst business organizations? Well, the reply lies in the benefits that this latest technology has to offer. Let us take a closer look at a few of the advantages offered by video conferencing.
1 of the 1st and foremost advantages of using video conferencing is that it increases employee productivity. When using video conferencing, your employees are in a position to get more work done and that too at a much quicker pace. For instance, video conferencing can save your employee from the hassle of travelling for a meeting. The same time that would have otherwise been spent in travelling may now be used for other purposes.
Moreover, staff may readily communicate tips and the like via the online channel according to their ease. This technology helps to grow the communication base of any dialogue. This is mainly because more number of people could partake in video conferencing conversations. This also helps make timely decision without any problems. This raises the work capacity to a great extent which of course is great news for the organization.
The present day business world is running on a tight rope trying to accomplish projects in the given deadlines. Paucity of time is a concern that most businesses cope with. Video conferencing may help here too. This communication technology helps you save on time by eliminating the need to travel physically.
Video conferencing not just saves on time but on money too. When you cut down on travelling, you’re not just saving the time of your staff but the money too. Travel costs make for 1 of the most prominent expenditures for an association. Video conferencing helps eradicate this cost. The same money may be used for business development and initiating new ventures. So, as a consequence you get to grow your company.
What’s more, video conferencing aids your company gain the eco friendly tag. Since you are reducing down on traveling and use of resources, you’re also reducing carbon emissions significantly. So, as a result, you’ll also be known as a green company that cares about the environment. So, while many firms spend great amounts of money for brand building, you could utilize video conferencing to do it at no cost at all.
Considering the advantages that video conferencing technology can deliver, it appears reasonable to adopt the same at the earliest best.

India To Be Champion Economic Superpower By Year 2030 A Book Review

India To Be Champion Economic Superpower By Year 2030 A Book Review

India, not only in cricket but is also, hot favorite to take over the developed countries to emerge at the top of the group in the global economic superpower league, says an unprecedented new survey of Indian entrepreneurs and senior managers by the London-based independent think-tank Legatum Institute and the book Think India Think Business published by CCH a leading global tax accounting and corporate law information provider.

India is already moving up economic league tables with the 12th largest economy in the world, according to the World Bank. It also ranked 45th in the internationally respected 2009 Legatum Prosperity Index – which embraces social and political data to provide a wider measure of national success. Total Indian GDP has risen 193% per cent in the past decade, from USD 416 billion in 1998 to USD 1.22 trillion in 2008.

More than half of the respondents (53 per cent) of a survey commissioned by London-based independent think-tank Legatum Institute said India is likely to be the world’s most important economic power by 2030. According to the respondents of the survey, India is racing ahead of developed nations such as — the United States, Japan, Germany and the fast-emerging economic giant China over the next two decades.

A similar sentiment is echoed by Hitender Mehta the author of new CCH publications book Think Business Think India writes Ever since India emerged from the shackles of closed economy in the early 1990s, its economy has steadily grown and today it is one of the fastest-growing economies in the world, with a growth rate higher than in many developed countries. Over the last decade, India has undergone a transformation and climbed to a high-growth path as macroeconomic and structural reforms reduced regulations significantly, improved the business environment, and opened the economy to greater competition. Indias GDP has already crossed the US$1-trillion mark, making the country the twelfth-largest economy in the world and the fourthlargest economy by purchasing power. Despite the global financial meltdown, Indias GDP continues to grow at a rate of 6.7%.

India is fast becoming a leading international business and financial hub. In the era of globalization, India offers a cost-effective environment for establishing and doing business for the burgeoning domestic and export markets.
Foreign investors are looking at India as an attractive investment destination owing to the prospects of high returns. A number of corporate and multinational companies from all over the world have established businesses in India and have expanded over the years.