Wednesday, July 24
This should be the beginning of a practice in commercial and social, an opportunity for recreation and culture for Mauritians and tourists.
Sunday, July 14
We all like shiny new things, whether it's a new gadget, new city, or new job. In fact, our brains are made to be attracted to novelty—and it turns out that it could actually improve our memory and learning capacity. The team at social sharing app Buffer explains how.
Thursday, July 11
We might not be able to create more time when we need it most—like when a deadline is approaching—but we can use the understanding of how we perceive time to our advantage.
Tuesday, June 18
Vital for economic growth but facing serious challenges, East African small and micro businesses are displaying unwavering entrepreneurial spirit, according to new research commissioned by Regus.
Thursday, April 04
Regus, worlds largest provider of flexible workspace, has recently done a business survey which shows that the participation of women in the workforce is key to increasing and sustaining GDP growth, managing an existing skills gap and reducing world poverty.
Saturday, February 16
85% of Mauritian enterprises, export-oriented, argue that Africa is the most profitable destination, while only 18% of companies worldwide have the same opinion.
Saturday, November 17
Some 705 million international tourist arrivals were recorded over the first eight months of 2012, leading to the prediction of hitting the one billion tourists benchmark for the first time ever by the end of the year.
Monday, February 21
A brochure is being prepared which will include facilities and support measures offered to cooperative societies. This is part of the workshop to be held on Monday at the National Productivity and Competitiveness Council (NPCC) at Ebène.