• Did you ever meet the real Winston Churchill?

    By Phil Anderson. Originally published on Property Sharemarket Economics. Republished with permission. In June 2020, a statue of Winston Churchill was graffitied in central London. The defacing happened during a Black Lives Matter protest. These demonstrations have swept around the globe after the police killing of George Floyd in the US last month. The graffiti… [Continue Reading]

    Did you ever meet the real Winston Churchill?
  • 12 Ways to Save Money while Saving the Environment

    By Richmond Howard Originally published on The Financially Independent Millennial and republished with permission Sea levels are rising, landfills are filling up, and natural disasters are happening more often than ever. Climate change is happening, and the world desperately needs your help.  In this article, I’ll cover ways people can save money while also saving the environment.  Going… [Continue Reading]

    12 Ways to Save Money while Saving the Environment
  • TALENT ACQUISITION: THE INTERVIEW PROCESS

    By Jeffrey P. McNulty – author of The Ultimate Retail Manual Originally published on Abasto and republished with permission Talent Acquisition is the First Pillar within The Ultimate Retail Manual and is probably the most important pillar on which to focus upon. Every strong and viable organization that is top of mind and dominant within their sector, universally,… [Continue Reading]

    TALENT ACQUISITION: THE INTERVIEW PROCESS
  • How to Avoid Emotional Spending: 9 Tips You Can Do Today

    By Rick Orford Originally published on The Financially Independent Millennial and repubished with permission Are you wondering how to avoid emotional spending and perhaps wonder what it is and how to break the addiction? Or, maybe you’re reading this article to make better money choices – even for people with a higher education level. The… [Continue Reading]

    How to Avoid Emotional Spending: 9 Tips You Can Do Today
  • DOs and DON’Ts of Interviewing C-Suite Executives

    By Aulia R. Sungkar (Ollie) Director at ALVEO Conducting an interview to make some form of writing is always challenging. This indeed requires lots of preparation. It gets even trickier when the person you have to interview is a C-level member, like someone who is a part of the Board of Directors or the Board… [Continue Reading]

    DOs and DON’Ts of Interviewing C-Suite Executives
  • Tales of three cities in Ireland

    By Christian Razukas. Originally published on The Jakarta Post. In Ireland’s north are the castles used to film Game of Thrones. To the west are the sea and the Wild Atlantic Coast. In the east, however, a traveler finds Dublin, Kilkenny and Waterford–and a sense of living history. On the banks of the Nore River, notebook and pen in hand, I… [Continue Reading]

    Tales of three cities in Ireland
  • Blog Posts and Articles – Knowing the Differences for Business

    By Prasiddha Gustanto Senior writer and editor at ALVEO  The world of business writing requires different approaches to producing written content depending on the situation. Some situations may call for a writer to make an article, while others may see the need for a blog post. These two types of writing, contrary to popular belief,… [Continue Reading]

    Blog Posts and Articles – Knowing the Differences for Business
  • Famous buildings don’t just document the past, they also tell the future

    Originally published on Ethical Economics — Shepheard-Walwyn Publishers  It’s a well-known fact that the world’s most renowned construction projects, monuments and buildings have historically been built to celebrate something. To commemorate the past, in other words. Whether they are ancient works, like the Great Pyramids of Giza being used to celebrate the glory of the… [Continue Reading]

    Famous buildings don’t just document the past, they also tell the future
  • Exophony: Adopting a language and enriching it

    By Prasiddha Gustanto Senior writer and editor at ALVEO People have written in languages that are not their mother tongue for thousands of years. Yet, it wasn’t until the past few decades that the world of academia came up with a term to describe this phenomenon. That term is “exophony.” Coined by scholars Susan Arndt,… [Continue Reading]

    Exophony: Adopting a language and enriching it
  • The Importance of Grammar in Business Writing

    By Felicia Yulianti Senior writer at ALVEO “Making grammar mistakes is quite common, even among native speakers.” Although it may be applicable in casual conversation, it is not always the case when it comes to writing, especially business writing. In fact, grammar in business writing is essential. As time progresses and we are currently in… [Continue Reading]

    The Importance of Grammar in Business Writing
  • 5Cs for Effective Business Writing

    By Aulia R. Sungkar (Ollie) Director at ALVEO Business writing has one ultimate goal: to convey valuable information. To achieve this goal, a company needs to be good at effective business writing. However, how does one produce effective business writing? Is there any guide for doing this? Worry not. Context, Content, Clarity, Color and Carrier… [Continue Reading]

    5Cs for Effective Business Writing