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The Beauty of Chamonix

The Beauty of Chamonix

Few sights are as remarkable as Mont Blanc, the highest mountain peak in Europe. In the shadow of this majestic mountain’s snow-capped peak is Chamonix, or Chamonix-Mont-Blanc, an alpine village that’s a mecca to skiers from all over the world. The abundance of snow...

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Start-Ups: What Venture Capitalists Are Looking For

Start-Ups: What Venture Capitalists Are Looking For

Venture capital funding is primarily used by start-ups when they reach a stage where they are ready to think about growth. A more detailed definition of venture capital can be found in the short video attachment to this post. With an eye on future growth, there are...

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Wine Varieties: Chenin Blanc

Wine Varieties: Chenin Blanc

Chenin blanc (pronounced ‘shen-nin blonk’) is widely regarded as the most versatile grape in the world, thanks to its ability to produce different wine types. This grape variety is native to France, specifically the Loire Valley region. Outside of this region, it is...

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Trading Lessons Learned from Chess

Trading Lessons Learned from Chess

Garry Kasparov is regarded as the greatest chess player in history. His record of accomplishments points to a man who dedicated time and energy into learning the game and becoming a master at it. His peak chess rating of 2851 was the highest recorded until 2013, while...

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Venture Capital in a Tech World

Venture Capital in a Tech World

The role of venture capital is invaluable, especially in the period of growth where a business seeks to commercialise its product or solution. In the modern world, venture capital is a result of the structure of traditional capital markets. Typically, an entrepreneur...

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Understanding Big Data

Understanding Big Data

The concept of big data is steadily gaining acceptance around the world, even though its origins can be traced back to the 1960s and '70s with the development of the relational database and the first data centres to handle large data sets. The early and mid-2000s saw...

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