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The Changing Role Of Women In The Military: A Journey Through History

Contributed Post There are currently more than 71,000 active duty women in the US military. The number of women joining the forces has increased significantly in recent years, and the role of females has changed enormously. From caretakers and nurses to fully-fledged, highly-trained fighters, this infographic outlines a fascinating journey through history.  Women started life in the military in a caretaking capacity. They were employed as nurses, chefs and seamstresses in the Revolutionary War before assuming more responsibility in the Civil War. Dorothea Dix became the first woman to serve in a federally appointed role after being appointed the superintendent of women nurses. During the Spanish-American war, an outbreak of typhoid caused the demand for skilled nurses to soar, and in 1898, the Surgeon General…
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CEO Bentsur Joseph’s A2Z Advanced Solutions Going Public Can Save Hundreds of Civilian Lives – 4 Robot Jobs That Saves Lives

Contributed Post Image Source The announcement of A2Z Advanced Solutions going public is probably the most exciting robotics news this year. If you have never heard of the company is because it till now catered exclusively to the Israel Defence Forces, Israel Police, and other defence clients. This is the first time in their 30 years’ of business operation, they are going to introduce robotic solutions for the civilian market.  The announcement of A2Z Advanced Solutions going public was made by CEO Bentsur Joseph at the company headquarters in Israel. As per his statement, the robotics firm is all set to enter the Canadian civilian market and will be traded in the Toronto Stock Exchange. The company is yet to announce their civilian product line…
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If You Want To Make Your Own Way In Business, Innovation Is Essential

Contributed Post A lot of businesses get by on iteration alone. There’s nothing inherently wrong with that. When you find a unique niche, playing second fiddle isn’t always the worst thing that can happen, especially if it’s enough to sustain a healthily growing business. However, if you want to truly be a leader in the industry and make your own path with your business, innovation is key. Here, we’re going to look at some tips on how you can innovate the products you’re selling so that you can boldly step out ahead of the competitors. Link Consider the barrier to your product Innovation doesn’t have to always spring directly up from inspiration. There are also a few ways that you’re able to reverse engineer it…
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Vlogging: How To Make Your Stamp Online

If you’re looking to boost your presence in social media, there’s nothing like a video that catches the people’s attention. Vlogging is one of the best ways to promote yourself, your goods and your services, whether you’re running a small business or just looking to be part of an online community for leisure. The best part of vlogging is that there’s no wrong way to do it, and you can see it as a continual experiment. When you upload your first video, there’s no need to be flawless straight away, and even years after they began, some of the most experienced vloggers tweak and alter their vlogging practices so their content remains interesting and their subscribers remain happy. Photo by CoWomen from Pexels Watch others…
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How Much Does It Cost To Start A Business?

Image Source. Licensed under Creative Commons. A business is an investment. You need to pour money into it in order to make money out of it – but just how much do you really need to spend? It’s impossible to answer this question with a single figure given that almost every business is different. Most businesses cost $2000 to $5000 to get started. Others cost much less than this (particularly solo home businesses), whilst others cost much more (restaurants and factories can cost more than $20,000 to get started). It’s important that you know exactly which costs to budget for so that you raise the right amount of funding. Here are just several of the most common costs and how you can potentially cut costs….
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