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Magic Leap Inc. is looking to land a contract with the US Army to build augmented-reality devices for soldiers to use on combat missions. The contract, which could eventually lead to the military purchasing over 100,000 headsets as part of a program whose total cost could exceed $500 million, is intended to“increase lethality by enhancing the ability to detect, decide and engage before the enemy” Would certainly be good for business. Do you see any implications with AR being used for this matter?
When thinking about investing, the important part is that the US dollar-backed stablecoins are only as scarce as the dollar itself. The reasons US dollar-backed stablecoins are being created aren’t to invest in but to enable off-hours trading and to jump-start transactions on the underlying ethereum blockchain. The contradiction of investing in cryptocurrency is that the original promise of the asset was a borderless, and faster, currency beyond the control of the government and bank monetary supply controls. There is never a "safe" time to invest, but would this be the time to consider?
Augmented reality has been great for gaming, but there’s so much more to AR than hype or novelty! Smart companies are already using it to redefine how they get work done and train employees. It's not only the future, it's already here!! I found the article on venturebeat.com helpful with adding AR applications into business (https://venturebeat.com/2018/09/19/how-to-convince-your-enterprise-to-buy-into-ar/) It's hands down the best thing to happen in recent years, and it’s definitely here to solve enterprise-level problems!!
So I went in for an interview at GameStop, and the interviewer asked me what I now know is the "Sell me this pencil" test. He asked me to try to sell him a Nintendo Switch console and I responded saying. "Well I would first talk about how its portable and you can also use it at home on your TV. The console also has really good games like Zelda and Mario". I've never heard of this before so it was my first attempt, I also have no prior sales knowledge. I feel like I did okay, but I also feel like saying that messed up the interview for me and this job is important for me because I'm currently trying to pay off my college debt and I could really do with the extra hours.
she blocked me now when i ask her why would she say my goals are unrealistic when i am still in my 20s
my goals that i put on plenty of fish was to own 300 supermarkets in the future from my real estate investments and i did not even say become president or become a multi billionaire or become world strongest man from powerlifting so i dont understands what wrong with owning 300 supermarkets in the future.
she blocked me now and i dont understand why she would say that when she do not even know me
I have recently had a revelation that I would like to start my own online business. My idea for it being to design rave and festival fashion and promote it on social media, vending at music festivals and events, etc. I have heard of people using simple web design platforms to develop a website, however I would need to get a manufacturing company to supply the actual products. I am really passionate about this all becoming a reality. I have money to invest and get it off it's feet. Where could I find a mentor that would guide me in this process and give me advice?
My sister's hobby is producing handmade accessory and jewelry and now she's come to an idea to open instagram page where she would post her work. What are the best marketing techniques and how to gain followers that are interested in her product?
The USITC Tariff Database still shows the general rate for aluminum parts for MFN countries, but news articles say tariffs increased to 10% on aluminum from China. Where do you see the actual tarrif for an HS code, and why is it so difficult to find?