4 mainstream fitness myths that need to stop

BY:- rashid On:- November 6, 2017 Comments:- (0)
In our previous editions about the widely accepted myths in the world of fitness we spoke about 3 specific issues which exist in the mainstream. There was a lot of information to digest and each ‘myth’ needed to be broken down sufficiently in order for it to be understood.... Read More

Fitness myth 3: True or false?

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In our previous articles we detailed a couple of widely accepted myths in the realm of fitness. Namely, the idea that small meals throughout the day are better for the metabolism than fewer meals which are larger in quantity. Secondly, we spoke about the myth of needing to eat... Read More

Fitness myth 2: True or false?

BY:- Ibrahim Halimi On:- October 30, 2017 Comments:- (0)
In our first part about widely accepted myths relating to the world of fitness we spoke about the rising rates of obesity and how this has created a worldwide conversation about fitness. The issue of obesity was largely brushed aside and lurked in the shadows throughout the... Read More

3 reasons Australian e-commerce will continue to grow

BY:- Ibrahim Halimi On:- October 9, 2017 Comments:- (0)
According to the current trajectory and latest findings- Australia appears to be the perfect platform for online markets and e-commerce. There is no doubt that Australia has all the tools necessary to thrive in one of the most lucrative and promising sectors in the... Read More

3 reasons Australian e-commerce is booming

BY:- Ibrahim Halimi On:- October 5, 2017 Comments:- (0)
In a world that is becoming ever more reliant on technology, it is no secret that the relevance of e-commerce and online marketing is high than ever before. This reality is coupled by the 21st century ushering in the new age of globalisation, which has made the world... Read More

A History of Markets. From Bazaars to E-Commerce. Part 3

BY:- Ibrahim Halimi On:- September 25, 2017 Comments:- (0)
Markets, like anything else, are an institution that operates and develops in accordance with the era in which it exists. The nature of marketing developed from a mere collection of bazaars to a commercialised ‘shop’ system in the 16th century. Eventually in the 18th and... Read More

A History of Marketplaces. From Bazaars to E-Commerce. Part 2

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The dynamism of markets is arguably one of the most interesting aspects of history. Markets are not merely structured areas where products are purchased and sold. Markets are elements that represent and indicate the portrayal of various cultures, architectures, social constructs... Read More

A History of Marketplaces: From Bazaars to E-Commerce. Part 1

BY:- Ibrahim Halimi On:- September 24, 2017 Comments:- (0)
Trade. Commerce. Business. A staple in the footprint of human civilization since the dawn of time. An exchange of goods, an exchange of services and an exchange of currencies. Items of value have long been utilised as a means of income and wealth. None more so than the varying... Read More