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Energy Saving Nano-Carbon Light Bulbs Could Outshine CFLs and LEDs

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A Taiwan university research team has been awarded a patent on energy efficient nano-carbon light bulbs. Unlike popular CFL bulbs and LED lights, the new nano-carbon light bulbs and tubes use a mercury-free manufacturing process and can be easily integrated into existing light bulb production facilities.


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Thriving in the Shadows of Big Business: Smart Strategies for SME Success | SMALL BUSINESS CEO

Thriving in the Shadows of Big Business: Smart Strategies for SME Success | SMALL BUSINESS CEO | Business to Business | Scoop.it
When you are a small company, your best customers are sometimes large brands. Here is how to attract their business and keep them happy.

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Can you do the same in your industry? You have to, or you won’t survive.

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Energy Saving Nano-Carbon Light Bulbs Could Outshine CFLs and LEDs

Energy Saving Nano-Carbon Light Bulbs Could Outshine CFLs and LEDs | Business to Business | Scoop.it

A Taiwan university research team has been awarded a patent on energy efficient nano-carbon light bulbs. Unlike popular CFL bulbs and LED lights, the new nano-carbon light bulbs and tubes use a mercury-free manufacturing process and can be easily integrated into existing light bulb production facilities.


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Sharing Stories: 5 Ways Face-to-Face Meetings Are Better For Biz Results

Sharing Stories: 5 Ways Face-to-Face Meetings Are Better For Biz Results | Business to Business | Scoop.it
Social media and online networking have revolutionized business. But are there times when face to face meetings are still beneficial? You bet.

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“positive emotional experience” — can only be achieved face to face. 

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Karen Dietz's curator insight, October 11, 2013 10:40 PM

Yes -- business stories shared in person are your highest degree of leverage. They produce the best results. Now here is an article that explains all the advantages of face-to-face meetings. Which is really important to remember in this age of the internet and social media connections.


Get your game on and accelerate your business results by meeting in person with customers, colleagues, prospects, vendors, employees, and others.


This review was written by Karen Dietz for the Just Story It curation on business storytelling atwww.scoop.it/t/just-story-it 

Constance Jones Collier's curator insight, October 12, 2013 10:16 PM

I fully agree with Face to Face Meetings.

Ellen Naylor's curator insight, December 4, 2013 5:18 PM

It's interesting that this article needs to be written since face to face meetings have always been the most productive way to conduct business and to get to know someone quickly. But with all the social media hoopla, it's a good reminder.

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UAE optimistic about Expo 2020 bid - gulfnews.com

gulfnews.com UAE optimistic about Expo 2020 bid gulfnews.com Dubai: The UAE is optimistic about the chances to host the World Expo 2020 in Dubai, said His Highness Shaikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE...
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“We are optimistic about our chances to host the World Expo 2020"

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Taiwan Skyscraper's Facade Covered in Thousands of Wind Turbines

Taiwan Skyscraper's Facade Covered in Thousands of Wind Turbines | Business to Business | Scoop.it

Beijing-based Decode Urbanism Office has designed a 1,150 foot (350m) skyscraper located in Taichung City, Taiwan, to house the city’s Department of Urban Development, commercial concerns, museums, retail areas and exhibitions spaces. 


The building’s design was inspired by the plum blossom, the national flower of China and Taiwan. The building’s twisting and turning structure is intended to evoke the experience of plum blossoms bursting into bloom.

To do so, the facade has thousands of small diamond shaped wind turbines, which produce enough energy to power the building. These wind generators are set into the facade grid, oscillating as wind skirts the building.



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Small, is the next big thing.

Thousands of small diamond shaped wind turbines that will produce enough energy to power the building

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Lola Ripollés's curator insight, October 13, 2013 2:25 PM

Qué os parece una fachada compuesta por miles de pequeñas turbinas que generan  energía para el consumo del edificio?

Un propuesta de belleza orgánica y filosofía sostenible para esta torre de Taichung City, en Taiwan,

JMS1kiddz's curator insight, October 15, 2013 10:42 AM

new and innovative way to produce power for an entire building. The source of energy is embedded in the architecture. - Madi Chaput

JMS1kiddz's curator insight, October 16, 2013 7:17 AM

Yet again another environmentally friendly design. This building has been designed to generate its own energy and power LED lighting throughout the building. This is done through the power of wind turbines which the building is completely surrounded by. It is becoming the newest trend in design to create buildings and structures that are helpful to the environment.

-Heather Leigh Arends