Sep 01 2014

The companies value the art of shopping

Tag: Uncategorized, features, finance, international, specialadmin @ 8:48 pm

 

The economic climate is difficult, but companies are always looking for commercial1. According to APEC, 46% of companies planning to recruit executives in the third quarter were hiring salespeople. An increase of 6 percentage points from the third quarter of last year. In

wholesale trade, 75% of 50,000 employees hired each year are commercial. "We absorb three-quarters of BTS, graduates negotiation and customer relationship management in the business units, international trade, technical sales," said Hugues Pouzin, CEO of CGI professional organization representing 120,000 businesses specializing in wholesale employing one million employees. 95% of recruitments are permanent. "You have to understand the product technically. It takes time to be able to advise providers and enterprise customers, "said Hugues Pouzin. Sales jobs

remain unloved young graduates and poorly known function. To break taboos, companies step up efforts. The Ferrero2 group offers students three days to discover the function of head of commercial. DCF Premier Club, which brings together business executives from major French companies, launched a scholarship in January of 1500 euros per student to encourage 10 graduates of BS Novancia Paris to engage in high-level business careers.

"Companies need profiles more qualified to meet the needs of the customer and a job that has become more complex," says Stéphane Vincent, business relations manager at Novancia BS. The school has launched the price of business developer that focuses on this new profile. "Trade must have a global vision of what they can contribute to detect opportunities to transform business and implement growth strategies that can boost sales of their clients and those of the business," says Stéphane Vincent . Lionel

Deshors, managing partner at CCLD, specializing in the recruitment business, confirms this trend. "This is why the market tensions. Some customers are moving to bin +3 / 5, where previously they were looking for tray 2 + / 3 +, "says he. Companies are restructuring their sales organization to respond to changes in consumption patterns, staff cuts in their clients. "But the difficulty in finding these patterns remains. Changing things requires real consideration of the valuation function, "he says. CCLD

this year launched a charter valuation of the business function. On the model of the Diversity Charter, Valo'com responsible for organizing the valuation function with youth and employers, commits signatory companies to take positive action in favor of the trade. Twenty large companies already adhere to the charter, such as Ferrero, Microsoft3, Carglass. "Our goal is 1,000 signatures in two years," says Lionel Deshors. The CEO of Valo'com Frederick Cousin, therefore a real challenge. Www.valocom.fr4 the site has just been launched, will be enhanced by a library of commercial professions, modules on how best to integrate the business into the company, information on best practices. SERVICE

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"Find the latest job vacancies with Cadremploi5 .. ……


Aug 18 2014

A whiskey to 23,400 euros stolen in broad daylight

Tag: events, people, publications, top news, traveladmin @ 12:36 am

 Installed

behind a locked glass case, the bottle shop Julhès shone in the tenth arrondissement of Paris for about a year. On July 30, the Balvenie 50, whisky1 rare, disappeared from his shelf, stolen by an individual. "A professional," according to Nicolas Julhès, co-founder of the grocery Julhès. By mid-afternoon, the man enters the store, look, pretended to be interested in the dozen bottles surrounding the precious behind the window. Suddenly, in 10 seconds, he pick the lock, took the Balvenie 50 and hides in an extremely clever then goes away. Acquired

last year for 23,400 euros -Investment result for the family business carried by the two brothers Julhès- the bottle was ironically the # 13 88 Balvenie 50 specimens scattered around the world. This valuable vintage comes from the work of David Stewart, Grand Master of Scotch whiskey. "We wanted her to stay a while for the prestige of the store, we had already rejected two bids," says Nicolas Julhès. "On this kind of bottle, the store would not have made big financial gain, he added, it mainly allows us to expand the influence of the store."

"The mobilization of collectors, enthusiasts, brief community whiskey worldwide hit us"

Nicolas Juhlès , co-founder of the grocery Julhès

The acquisition of this bottle had already talked about. No one expected her to land in this small shop in Paris. This type of luxurious and rare elixir is associated with the image of palaces 2or every sip of alcohol costs 600 euros, rather than a showcase of the Faubourg Saint-Denis fast payday loan no faxing. Yet the family épicerie3 possessed indeed, and "everyone knew she was home."  

Theft and burglary in the world of wine and spirits are numerous, and almost surprising. The forger of Burgundy ruled week.4 this is the perfect embodiment. But the flight of Balvenie 50 conducted in daylight seems a sacrilege. If its period of maturation in oak sherry -50 years-partly explains its enormous value, especially what it is that makes it unique and important to the lovers of whiskey. David Stewart made sure this was the moment she entered the distillery, he took care of him and waited year after year that whiskey takes age, as reported by Nicolas Julhès. Only 50 years later, last year, the famous cellar master has decided to distribute the precious liquid in 88 vials. "It's rarity makes it a valuable object we are here in a logic of luxe5, collectors' illuminates Nicolas Julhès. The value of the bottle could rise to 30,000 euros he said.

Unfortunately for the thief – or if we rely on suspicions Julhès, Sponsor – this bottle is impossible to spare. She's too recognizable by his No. 13, the "cursed whiskey" as it is now called. His story quickly made the rounds of the world community of connoisseurs and enthusiasts amber brew. Many have to have sent messages of support to the grocery store Julhès and have passed new around them. Maybe she will reappear …


Aug 17 2014

Economic policy: Holland Valls and cling to their course

Tag: international, news, people, special, traveladmin @ 12:28 am

 

Why change a policy that does not work? Growth may well be zero, François Hollande 1s'en lies in the roadmap that has set December 31, 2013 and he subsequently clarified on January 14. At the 70th anniversary of the landing in Provence2 Friday it has raised the wrong digit INSEE indirectly, a sentence at the conclusion of his speech at the memorial of Mount Faron on "France, fifth economic power world and that means in its reforms, remain at that level. "

All indicators are nevertheless a potential worsening of the situation. GDP stagnated in the second quarter, as it had done in premier.3 Industrial production fell 0.5% between March and June. Business investment fell 0.8%. The trade deficit is still in the red and unemployment continues to rise and reaches 10.1% of the workforce. In early summer, Manuel Valls 4puis Hollande had also anticipated this deterioration, the head of state even evoking, August 4, "a real risk of deflation." The never-seen with the president, who had not abandoned his optimism for his now famous "recovery, it is" of 14 July 2013 …….

But … this brutal return to reality will apparently not impact the program returned from the executive. This is the conclusion of the workshop that were formed Holland and Valls midday Friday at Fort Brégançon5. For a little less than three hours, lunch melon-rib-including fruits, they sought how to maintain their course "with insight and fighting," said a presidential adviser. Sylvie Hubac, Chief of Staff at the Elysee, Gilles Gateau, Deputy Chief of Staff at Matignon and social advisor, and Gaspard Gantzer, head of communication of the Head of State, joined them for coffee. Upon his return

Hyeres, Manuel Valls said he was not surprised by the growth figures. "I myself had said on August 1 that we were going to have a difficult re-entry, he has said. I want to tell the truth to the French, I'm not here to hide the reality. "The Prime Minister said that" far too low growth "called further reform" as well as initiatives for investment in European ". New lunch

The government has yet to plead his case once at the summit to install the new européenne6 Commission, on August 30. The Minister of Economy, Michel Sapin7, set the tone in an article published by The Mondedaté August 15 where he tries to show "why we must refocus European economic policies." "France will not reach its goal this year in terms of its fiscal deficit despite total control of our spending," he laments. He believes that GDP growth "should be of the order of 0.5%" in 2014, instead of 1% under the amended Finance Act and adds: "There is no reason at present to predict 2015 is much higher than 1% growth. "

only source of consolation, the executive seems to preclude any further increase the tax burden," as was the case in the years 2010 to 2013, with the now known in terms of household purchasing and reduced investment capacity of enterprises' power effects, writes Michel Sapin. The Minister of Economy fails to mention that the levies have increased at a rapid pace since 2012 and have not dropped since. He does not say, either, what 'alternative measures' will restore two devices censored by the Council constitutionnel8: relief of employee contributions and lower taxes on jobs at home. A counselor

Holland confirms that the topic was discussed over lunch at Brégançon. They also talked about the "tax act" waited for the start but, according to the president's entourage, "has not yet been finally adjudicated." They returned on sites already programmed, including the revival of learning and the construction of housing. And, of course, discussed the situation in Iraq and Ukraine.

The tax and benefit package should be ready no later than the submission of the draft budget 2015 Cabinet in late September but the executive n did not intend to stay silent until then. Cabinet re-entry will be next Wednesday and the day before, Francois Hollande, and Manuel Valls have lunch together once again to study the timing of announcements and develop a communication strategy to show that, in adversity, they are more united than ever.


Aug 15 2014

A Korean bakery chain moves to Paris

Tag: business, life, news, people, top newsadmin @ 7:16 am

 

This is the story of the biter bit. While boulangeries1-French-inspired pastries multiplied abroad, particularly in Asia, now arrived in Paris a sign from Korea. Owned by the Korean group SPC, the chain Paris Baguette is an Asian heavyweight with more than 3,000 outlets mainly in its home country but also in the United States, China and Vietnam. And twenty-six years after its creation, Paris Baguette has planted its flag in late July in France, in the heart of the capital.

Just blocks from the Place du Chatelet, the address of 200 sqm with about 50 seats could serve as a bridgehead from the determination of company to expand in Europe. For

blend discreetly into his Parisian clothes, the channel has blurred the Eiffel Tower and its logo removed from the card specialties popular in Korea, sweetpotato or red bean paste. At the risk of losing a little soul. Because if the customer is split between European visitors arrived there by chance and Asian tourists spotting a known brand, some are disappointed to find croissants, sandwiches and other very classic salads without any exotic touch. Message received, it seems, by management since the house has begun offering an innovation to the French concocted since Korea. Called "saucer Châtelet," this dessert is almond tuile swollen custard. A culinary UFO halfway between giant flying saucer and madeleine to distinguish the face of stiff competition in Paris.


Aug 01 2014

A booklet, SNCF rates … all that changes (or not) to 1 August

Tag: business, life, news, opinions, peopleadmin @ 9:32 pm

 This holiday start

some coincides with a rate freeze and the SNCF1 EDF2 but bad news, the rate of A booklet will decrease. The booklet

● A password from 1.25% to 1%

The previously preferred placement of French goes from 1.25% to 1% on Friday 1 August3 . This rate was reduced from 1.75% to 1.25% on August 1, 2013, and tumbled to the lowest level in its history. But the decline would have been even greater if the government had followed the recommendations of the Bank of France, which proposed to reduce it to 0.75%.

So, from today, a booklet A ceiling (22,950 euros) will earn 229.50 euros per year, against 286.90 euros when the rate was 1.25%. And the holder of a booklet on Sustainable Development (LDD) ceiling (€ 12,000) will win 120 euros against 150 euros a year earlier.  But

"paradoxically, in the context of current very low interest rates, the passbook remains attractive for its precautionary savings, because his salary is hard to beat" , says Cyril Blesson associated with Pair Council. In addition, the booklet A is not taxed, which is not the case for most other investments. ● Bank transfers

changing standards

This August 1 marks the entry into force of the new European payment standards Sepa (for Single Euro Payments Area). This unique new standard is created to shorten and simplify bank transfers debits. It mainly aims to harmonize the payment within the EU using unified bank account numbers (IBAN and BIC). Planned initially

1 February, the implementation of this new system has been shifted, the European Commission has decided to grant a period of tolerance the delay in some countries européens high risk personal loans.Sans this period, many companies are exposed to operational risks majeurs4 as daily operations, such as the payment of wages or payment of suppliers, might be blocked if they were not passed to SEPA format. ●

No price increases SNCF

The Department of Transportation announced that there would be no increase in rates of SNCF 5AU August 2014 peak times due to school holidays. "On 1 January 2014, only the VAT increase was reflected in the price of tickets," said Frédéric Cuvillier. Earlier this week, the president of the SNCF, Guillaume Pepy6 had reaffirmed the company's efforts to make tariff TGV, with "a million tickets at low prices and more" this year and in the longer term, "a post on three" of the same type by 2017

. ● Gel EDF prices

As expected, the usual increase, originally scheduled this year to 5% of regulated electricity tariffs will not take place. A government decree, published on Thursday in the Official Journal, confirms this decision. Last June, the Minister for Ecology and Energy, Segolene Royal, announced its intention to suspend the traditional 5% increase in electricity tariffs. But after the fall of EDF share price, Matignon was then returned to the words of the minister indicating that less than 5% increase would occur this fall. EDF rates, applied to 92% of French households are set annually by the gouvernement.7

● Lower gas prices

Recent changes concerning the method of calculating the cost of gas supply will materialize on August 1 on the regulated gas tariff. It will drop by an average of 1.28%, reflecting the decline in gas supply costs.


Jul 25 2014

Crashes and security series: summer murderer airline

Tag: Uncategorized, economic, finance, news, worldadmin @ 7:52 am

 A horrible

black series with three plane crashes – the downing of Malaysian Airlines Boeing 1au over Ukraine, the crash of an ATR 72-500 TransAsia Airways2 Taiwan and now the disappearance of a 83 Swiftair3 MD, operated on behalf of Air Algeria, Mali over – in a week. A macabre combination which, fortunately, is very rare.

But these repeated accidents will make 2014 a year of the most deadly airline. It will also add to these three crashes, the disappearance of Malaysian Airlines Boeing with its 239 passengers, on March 8, a few hours after taking off from Kuala Lumpur and its sudden change of direction while the plane was rallying Beijing . Disappearance remains unexplained to this day. And several crashes occurred in Nepal, Kenya, Niger, Zambia and Sudan in recent months.  

In total, more than 730 people have already died by flying this year. Much higher than at the last peak in 2012 and 414 deaths related to a plane crash, more than four times higher than those recorded (210 deaths) in 2013 by the International Air Transport Association (IATA4). And finally, more than the average of 517 deaths per year recorded in the world in the last five years. The road

killed 3,268 people in France alone in 2013

This sad record 2014 must not however forget – and this may seem paradoxical then that emotion is huge – the aircraft remains the means of transport most of the world. But unlike the automobile kills more – 3268 died in 2013 in France alone – each plane crash is spectacular, has an international dimension and place in a universe – the sky – which is not natural to human no fax payday loans.

However, the plane never had so few killed. The global accident rate for jet Western manufacturing in 2013 was 0.41, or one accident for every 2.4 million flights. "This is the lowest in the history of aviation," according to IATA in its latest report on aviation safety. "From 2009 to 2013, this rate has improved by 14.6% over the five-year average, which stands at 0.48", the report says. Europe

is the safest region

The accident and death rates remain very low by more than 3 billion passenger who took the aircraft on 36.4 million flights in 2013. These statistics should also be read in the context of a market for air transport growth (4.8% on average) and a global fleet that doubled in size every two years on average. It now has 20,910 units in service worldwide and is expected to double, according to the latest market study Boeing5 within twenty years.

By region, the IATA report refers to Europe as the safest in terms of air transport with a lower accident rate than average 0.15 World in 2013; ahead of North America (0.32). In contrast, among the most dangerous regions despite significant progress, IATA means Africa6 with an accident of 2.03 against 4.55 in 2012 and the CIS (Commonwealth of Independent States) which saw its rate accident rate worsen to 2.09 against 0.00 in 2012. "IEC shows the worst performance," says IATA.


Jul 18 2014

Global markets affected by the crash in Ukraine

Tag: events, features, money, online, publicationsadmin @ 2:44 am

The crash of an airliner in malaisien1 Ukraine2, which could have been shot, shook the western markets and fall titles airlines Exchange Thursday as investors feared the impact of the disaster on the economy mondiale.A Wall Street3 where indices nosedived after the announcement of the crash, the Dow Jones4 abandoned around 18:00 GMT 0.42%, 0.81% and the Nasdaq5 the broader S & P 500 0.60%. European shares have also been hit hard by these uncertainties and ended sharply lower: the Paris market ended down 1.21%, in Frankfurt, the DAX index fell 1.07% and the Stock Exchange London dropped 0.68%. Asian stock markets were still closed at the time.The foreign exchange market remained relatively stable in the evolving euro6 dollar7 1.3523 after falling to 1.3517 at 2:55 p.m. GMT dollar, a new low in a month, 1.3524 against dollar on Wednesday to 9:00 p.m. GMT.L ' euro evolves its lowest against the Japanese yen, a value considered as "safe haven" by traders from février.Du side pétrole8, New York crude (WTI) for August delivery climbed almost $ 2 and Brent the North Sea to London has appreciated by 0.73% to 107.91 dollars.L ounce of OR9 has appreciated and ended at $ 1,302.50 at auction evening in London, against 1,301 dollars Wednesday . U.S. bond market, where operators take refuge in times of uncertainty left his side sharply higher. The yield on 10-year Treasury fell to 2.467% against 2.538% Wednesday, and the 30-year to 3.287% against 3.348% veille.Signe the nervousness in the market, the VIX index, called "index fear "soared 15.45% reading at its highest levels of the dangerous semaine.Plus for markets that sanctionsLes markets have suddenly lost ground to 1530 GMT as investors have learned that a plane Line Malaysian Amsterdam left for Kuala Lumpur crashed in the Donetsk region in eastern Ukraine guaranteed cash advance. "It is frankly very bad news, rather than Western sanctions announced" Wednesday night responded Gregori Volokhine of Meeschaert Financial services. "It calls into question the safety of air routes in this region of the world and in other regions", as in the Middle East, continued Gregori Volokhine. However, "air traffic is very important for the economy." What worries the most, as portfolio manager, "is that this is not an accident but a downed aircraft is going to ask questions that had never been asked previously. Risk stray bullets "on airliners. "This is unsettling for travelers and investors," he has estimé.Secteur global air in baisseDes both sides of the Atlantic, particularly information on the aviation sector weighed American Airlines10 fell by 2.52% at $ 42.38, Delta Airlines yielded 1.95% to 37.13 dollars, United Continental 2.03% at $ 42.99. The aircraft manufacturer Boeing11 limited the damage and let go only 0.30% to 127.04 dollars.L German Lufthansa12 giant European airline, which announced after the close of trading on Thursday that decided to bypass "substantially" space Ukrainian air, closed down 2.37% to 14.61 euros on Euronext Paris Francfort.A Air France13-KLM fell by 1.45% to 8.77 euros. At the London Stock Exchange, International Consolidated Airlines Group, parent company of British Airways and Spanish carrier Iberia, fell 3.02% to 330.70 pence and easyJet 1.18% to 1,341 pence.


Apr 17 2014

Nuclear: ASN wants new powers

Tag: economics, economy, online, resources, top newsadmin @ 8:28 am

 Despite

nuclear situation in France considered "satisfactory overall in 2013," Pierre-Franck Chevet1, president of the Nuclear Safety Authority says negative points.

Two difficulties are attributable to Areva2. The first is "related to the storage of waste on the former site of La Hague packaged in concrete silos." This is not the most technical tip: these compounds should be stored in "stable containers," says Pierre-Franck Chevet. These waste produced by the unit reprocessing spent fuel UP2-400 arrested for eleven years, have been the subject of recommendations in 2011. But the cost of operations deemed "priority" by ASN3, is € 2.5 billion at the expense of Areva. Faced with this amount, it is understandable that the discussions drag on, for an operation that will spread until 2030

. In addition, site fuel fabrication FBFC Areva in Romans-sur-Isère, was placed "under enhanced vigilance." After handling errors on small bottles of fissile material in 2012, "repeated problems and recurring security" have been identified. Areva proposed April 10 ASN to launch "an action plan reinforced."

In addition, while the EDF's nuclear fleet is subject to a satisfecit global4 three plants (Civaux, Chinon and Bugey) are less well noted. After a detailed inspection in October 2013, ASN inspectors noted that Civaux was "withdrawal on compliance and implementation of basic safety principles" and noted "significant differences in respect of environmental regulations. "

These examples illustrate that the ASN requests the State the right to impose on operators' new sanctions, "" daily fines "c that is to say fines. So far, the authority has "the right to close a nuclear plant in case of danger or transmit a report violations to justice," says Pierre-Franck Chevet, who regrets not having sanction intermediate between these two extremes. It hopes that this law is integrated bill on energy transition and suggests the reform of the financing of the ASN, using "direct contribution of large farmers." This increase expected budget, € 50 million per year, together with the IRSN (Institute for Radiological Protection and Nuclear Safety), could help the ASN to fill expanding roles, such as radiology equipment control . Harmonize rules

In the longer term, the ASN must review the plan called "refit" of EDF's nuclear fleet, estimated at 55 billion euros for the extension of the life of plants. To allow reactors to operate beyond 41 to 45 years of service, Pierre-Franck Chevet expects "an appointment particularly complex. For reactors will implement safety features like those of the EPR. " ASN will deliver its final opinion on the matter in 2018

. In the event of a major nuclear accident in Europe, which could affect several countries, ASN would harmonize rules for the protection of populations. Despite the Chernobyl disaster in 1986, levels of intervention are specific to each country. The first discharge thresholds are for example two times lower in France than in Germany. And everyone would have the right to stable iodine tablets in France in a 100 km radius around the accident site, while in addition the Rhine distribution only concern first the age of 18 and speakers. women


Apr 06 2014

 Charlie Hebdo offers reduced in past cities right and the extreme right prices

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"special offer post election hangover wood." Charlie Hebdo1 offers until April 8 subscriptions at reduced rates for the past right or the extreme right in the last municipal elections cities. "Your city is moving to the right or the far right? You do not plan to move? Charlie supports you in this event, we offer you the discounted rate for all contracts taken until Tuesday, April 8 included, "says the description of the subscription.

Subscription for 6 months and from 55 to 45 euros; than a year from 96 to 76 euros and that of two years from 185 to 146 euros. In addition, "you receive a gift and save up to 54% of the cover price. What could be better? "The newspaper added. The Offer is made all the inhabitants of the past right and the extreme right cities, "young, old, military, unemployed, prisoners, retired, non-taxable, invalid, or you subscribe someone who the is ".

…… Special Offer "Hangover post election wood!" http://t.co/W14iEQnCt12 pic instant payday loan.twitter.com/R0eVDPQfui3

– Charlie Hebdo (@ Charlie_Hebdo_) April 2, 20144

So without marketing or real militant act? "This is a militant act," replied Charlie Hebdo. "We did this also to laugh, to lighten the mood." And the satirical newspaper, marked left, is not his first attempt. Already in 2011, the a "Sharia Hebdo5" was controversial and the newspaper was the target of arson. "We have already launched promotional offers of this type," says the satirical weekly.

And the financial impact is not necessarily strong. "We have not noticed an increase in our subscriptions up this offer," says Charlie Hebdo. If "people take it as a joke," offer different prices depending on the location of the subscription is illegal. "In legal terms, this is discriminatory," says Delphine Meillet, a lawyer at the Paris Bar .. "Legally, there is the matter, but the damage will not look very far," she adds.


Mar 28 2014

Blackberry has lost nearly $ 6 billion in 2013

Tag: business, economic, news, travel, worldadmin @ 6:04 pm

BlackBerry has reported a net loss of $ 423 million in the last quarter of fiscal year 2014, a total loss of 12 months significantly inground 5.9 billion, with sales still falling libre.La loss Quarterly compares with a profit of $ 93 million for the last three months of fiscal 2013 (December 2012 – February 2013) need a personal loan with bad credit. For all of fiscal year 2013, the smartphone manufacturer had suffered a loss of 646 million dollars.LIRE ALSO: "BlackBerry still believes in strong smartphones clavier1


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