Month: October 2021

Guidance

Do We Pay for the Brand or the Quality of

The retail industry has come a long way. Thousands of brands have entered the space, giving customers a variety of options to choose from. However, many customers still prefer to buy from a few selected brands, regardless of the product’s price and quality. So, is it safe to say that people pay for the brand […]Read More

Guidance

Greatest Changemakers of All Time

A changemaker is a person whose actions bring about a positive change in society. This change can be the discovery of something important or a positive change to society. Over the years, many changemakers have tried to make a difference.  Today, let’s look at the top ten greatest changemakers of all time.  Malala Yousafzai Malala […]Read More

Guidance

The Basics of Writing a CV

A curriculum vitae (CV) or resume is one of the most important documents when you apply for a job. The chances of you getting a job depend significantly on your CV. Therefore, it’s essential to invest enough time and effort in creating a resume that interests and impresses recruiters.  Let’s discuss the basics of CV […]Read More

Organizations

Top 10 Most Useful Innovations of 2021

After an intimidating 2020, 2021 has been significantly better. The pandemic has subsided, and life is back on track for most people worldwide. This year has also been a year of innovations, especially in the medical field.  Let’s look at the top ten most useful innovations of 2021. Presymptomatic Detection Presymptomatic detection means detecting disease […]Read More

Events

International Clean Air Day

Air pollution kills nearly 7 million people worldwide, and with pollution levels increasing, this number will only rise in the upcoming years. Air pollution is a serious issue. It can cause severe lung damage, resulting in diseases like emphysema, asthma, bronchitis, and even cancer.  Therefore, everyone needs to take a collective stance on reducing air […]Read More

Health

Bullying Prevention Month 2021

Bullying at school and work is on the rise. Studies show that one in five students report being bullied at least once in their school time. Moreover, there is a strong association between bullying and suicide. A person who has been bullied is 2.2x more likely to commit suicide than a person who has never […]Read More