Some of the most satisfying feelings in the world are – finally finding the inexpensive object you had lost and have been searching frantically for hours, biting into a warm home-cooked meal after starving for several strenuous hours, that long interrupted sneeze you had been keeping and the glorious experience of the glimpse at the tip of ice-berg you assumed to be entrepreneurial success, that you’ve been so tirelessly working for.
One of the greatest, most satisfying feelings of the world is to see your efforts bring about success. You almost feel trapped in the time warp where you and your team have been working hard to add value to the works and lives of your clients, their businesses, stakeholders and the likes, and it feels like you have been doing the same forever now. Continue reading –>
We are also one of the many others of dissertation writing services and know what we are doing. We have recently been interviewed by a popular e-newspaper platform and were asked the common questions that are also asked by our clients frequently – where is the fine line between plagiarism, cheating and essay writing as a full-time job? What about the academic integrity of the students that are your clients?
We were one of the foremost to start our website offering custom-written essays specifically to MBA students, and have witnessed this shady practice of ghostwriting grow from the back alleys of the World Wide Web to flourish as a cottage industry. We have a team of professional essay writers more than 30 now in headcount and growing every day. Like any other IT company professionals they are normal full-time employees who commute to work, maintain their regular 9 to 5 office hours, have some laughs at lunch, engage in water-cooler talks and do everything else similar to regular office goers. Now we have more than just one web address where we regularly deal with our clients who maintain communications during the whole time of writing their dissertations or essays or other academic content for them. Continue reading –>
Before we begin with how the pitch desk met with its unsavoury death, lets us ask you a couple of questions. How many pitch decks or sales pitches have you seen? The second question is even more important. How many of them do you remember?
If your response to these two questions were none, then you are like most other people. Simple pitch decks have nothing memorable about them they are simple slide presentations about business plans which make use of Power Point or Keynote or such similar tools. And they are mostly ubiquitous.
But what caused the death of pitch decks?
The main reason behind the death of the good ol’ pitch deck is due to the fact that after 10 minutes of the presentation an average listener will only remember about 50 percent of the content and after a week the number will drop to 10 percent or less.
So, why do business people even bother about pitch decks and sales decks? As nobody remembers them then it is probably safe to say that they are not the best way to make a memorable impression. Even the most attractive pitch deck will probably not help you stand out as an exciting start-up to potential investors or customers. Continue reading –>