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In an increasingly globalised world, small and medium enterprises have to struggle to survive in the midst of more intense competition from emerging countries. The battle becomes even more daunting with trade liberalisation. Modernisation and innovation are a must for survival. Bakar Lakhi, Director of Afribrains Ltd, offers some tips to entrepreneurs.
Friday, 26 June 2015 14:00

GreenEarth Cleaning concept

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Founded since 1962, Thysville Dry Cleaners Ltd is a family-owned business specialised in eco-friendly dry cleaning and pressing, carpet, quilt, blanket, curtains cleaning and laundry services. It introduced the concept of GreenEarth Cleaning.
The most important prerequisite for starting any business is finance. In other words, obtaining a loan which as we all know, is not easy. With such an ordeal faced by startups, will Mauritius achieve its objective of becoming a “Nation of Entrepreneurs?” 
Friday, 26 June 2015 14:00

New scheme to replace IRS/RES

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The much awaited Property Development Scheme (PDS) is now official. This new scheme replaces the Integrated Resorts Scheme introduced in 2002 and the Real Estate Scheme of 2007.
Mauritius has assured India it will not allow shell companies to operate from its soil and with a few exceptions, there were only clean investments from the island nation.
India and Mauritius will start technical negotiations on amending the double taxation avoidance agreement at the end of this month. Mauritius has already submitted a draft protocol.
Private clinic Fortis Darne has appointed Unnati Negi as the new Chief Operating Officer (COO). A healthcare professional with over 20 years experience, she has held significant positions in India and other countries.
Friday, 26 June 2015 14:00

Sabah Says… Why I Fast

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Last week, my fourteen-year old nephew loudly proclaimed, “I can’t wait for Ramadan! Samosas, pakoras… all that nice food!” I smiled, and looked at him. “Ramadan isn’t all about that nice food though darling,” I said. “Do you know why we actually fast?” He looked at me blankly and then as if a light had switched on somewhere in the back of his head, he robotically mumbled, “Oh, to know what the poor people feel like.”
Innovative and creative as he is, Gulshan Balgobin, 32, set up his business in 2012 after analysing different sectors. Meet with a smart business director and entrepreneur.
Dr Kavi Kumar Khedo is an Associate Professor in Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Mauritius. He is carrying out cutting-edge applied research in ICT to improve the life of the citizens of Mauritius. He explains what is social media analytics.
Friday, 26 June 2015 14:00

Young professionals stepping into : The world of glamour Featured

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Many young ladies have seen their dreams come true by winning various beauty contests like Miss Global, Miss India World Wide Mauritius, Mrs Universe Mauritius and Mrs Top Model. However, stepping into the world of glamour is not easy. Let’s take a sneak peak into the world of glamour.
Friday, 26 June 2015 14:00

How to make a scrapbook ?

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Very often, a person wants to collect memories, whether they are pictures or thoughts. One easy and convenient way of doing it is by making a scrapbook. It is an original way to keep your treasured collection in one place. Below are a couple of methods about how to go about it.
Are you looking forward to an adrenaline packed fun day? Are you willing to discover the southern part of the island on a quad bike with some like minded friends? Then Big Foot Adventure will satisfy your cravings. 
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