Certified Business Manager

Information about the Certified Business Manager in Dusseldorf. On Wednesday, 03. March 2010 an information evening will take place in the premises of the DAA Economics Academy. At 18: 00, Ralf Schafer, headmaster of the DAA Economic Academy, over the course of the study the study of Economics with the completion of the federally recognized informs to the State-Certified Business Manager (m/w). In the context of the information evening also offered prospective students, to speak with school management, teachers and students. In addition, an appointment for an individual consultation can be arranged. Currently around 350 merchants perceive in Dusseldorf the course offer the DAA Economics Academy.

The further vocational training lasts four semesters full-time, evening study is completed in seven semesters. The DAA Economics Academy aims at preparing students for future management roles in the company. A practice-oriented degree gives business problem-solving skills, the skills in the areas of presentation and Self management be developed systematically. Small seminar-similar groups guarantee a pleasant and productive learning environment where students, individual instruction and unfold. The degrees awarded by the DAA Economics Academy are accredited. State recognition and associated State supervision has ensured that graduates achieve a valuable degree. The company will appreciate in particular the combination of professional experience and the practice-oriented degree. Upon a successful completion, it is possible to start a postgraduate course in Lincoln (UK) or at the HFH Hamburger fern-Hochschule with the degree of Bachelor of arts.

The services provided while studying with the completion of State-Certified Business Manager (m/w) are applied here. Registration requirements and recognition models will be certainly a theme dinner info. Berufsufsbild of the (State. marked Business Manager m/w the Economist takes over in companies or companies of all sectors of the economy and in the public administration specialist and management tasks that require a higher commercial qualification. It differs from merchant mate in his ability to exercise leadership and to develop operational solution models.

ECommerce Clothing Sales Around

Global clothing B2C E-Commerce report 2013 the current “global clothing B2C E-Commerce report 2013” the Hamburger secondary market research company yStats.com provides information to online trading with clothing. One of the findings of the yStats analysts is that this world is area the best-selling product in the B2C E-commerce. The Internet has become an important instrument, with the apparel items are searched and researched, regardless of whether these are purchased later online or in a store. According to the report, made a purchase in this category 2013 more than one-third of all Internet users worldwide or intended to do so. The report analyzes global, regional, and country based on sales trends.

Online purchase of clothing in Europe especially popular B2C E-commerce trade in apparel is Europe on the upswing. In the EU, the proportion of who 2012 online bought clothing and sporting goods increased more than 20%. In Germany clothing is the biggest B2C E-Commerce category, whose sales to almost one-third have risen and reached several billion euros. Among the leading suppliers on the market, the Otto Group 2014 plans to launch a new E-Commerce fashion project named Collins, while Zalando 2012 more than doubled its online clothing sales. In the UK the B2C E-Commerce clothing market is already very mature, because almost half of the adult population buys online clothing. There, early 2013 ASOS and Debenhams were among the most popular online retailers for fashion items. In France, almost half of all Internet user 2012 clothing purchases made online, where there were the most popular merchants La Redoute and 3 Suisses. The clothing market is expanding in Eastern Europe. In Russia, increased B2C E-commerce % sales 2012 with clothing and footwear by more than + 40 and amounted to almost one-fifth of all B2C E-commerce sales. Clothing, shoes and accessories were the most popular online products in 2012.

Stainless Steel

Although stainless steel is now officially 100 years old, the question is not so clear after the inventor. The question is, what does ‘invented’ exactly? Who invented it, who had the idea, or one who had this idea first documented or patented or that the stainless steel first produced. Many people from different countries claim that they are the inventor. It was in 1875 as the Frenchman Brustlein, who had captured the importance of low-carbon as a decisive factor in the successful creation of stainless steel tubes. He said that, to obtain an alloy with a high percentage of chrome, the carbon must remain under 0.15%. It was in 1895, when Hans Goldschmidt of Germany developed the aluminothermic reduction of carbon-free chromium, and it was at this point that stainless steel became reality. In 1911, Monnartz and Borchers of the relationship and the relationship between the chromium content and corrosion discovered and produced detailed work on this topic.

In 1871 was Harry Brearley the image area. in 1912, he experimented with various steel alloys, to extend the service life of gun barrels. On August 13, 1913 carbon has become steel with 12.8% chromium and 0.24% the first stainless steel. Numerous tests have found the corrosion resistance as well as resistance to the attacks of acid. Harry Brearley recognized the potential for this steel, he noted that it would be ideal in the cutlery industry and in the processing of stainless steel pipe.

Within three weeks he has perfected a cure for knives and called the invention “stainless steel”. However, his friend Stuart called it “Stainless steel”, and this name has remained. At the similar time and created Professor Dr. Benno Strauss be staff Dr. Eduard Maurer formula for stainless steel, which is resistant to water and humidity. A patent for the manufacture of objects, providing a high corrosion resistance, was registered on October 18, 1912. This was a quantum leap in the Material research. In Malmo, Sweden, products made of stainless steel of the public were introduced in 1914 for the first time. The stainless steel material was becoming increasingly popular among architects. The Chrysler building in New York City (built) 1928 until 1930 was the first building, which features a stainless steel roof. Stainless steel was also used for the facade of the world’s tallest building, the Burj kalifa in Dubai, which was opened in the year 2010. Today see stainless steel screws, stainless steel tubing, stainless steel exhaust, stainless steel sinks and much more…

Royal Mail

These are express through the and (GEO post) or the Austrian post Poste parcel of national postal companies such as Royal Mail (GLS), La (trans-o-flex) added. There is also the highly fragmented local courier services. Historically the express market shows a growth of approx. 2-3 x BSP and expectations for the next few years are correspondingly positive. Compared to the other sectors of logistics, the margins at a high level vary depending on the competitors between 9-15% (EBITDA margin).

This margin levels can be generated but only within an own network, which represents a high barrier to entry for investors due to significant initial investment. Even the large integrators are historical primarily organic in geographical markets grew into, since no networks of sufficient size were available and an integration after acquisition in this group and in particular IT structures is extremely complex. So, who are the main reasons that financial investors, especially on smaller niche players focus in express – and courier the size decades grown, dominant players and the cyclical nature of the sector. Even when the potential target company TNT Express is due to the expected transaction volume of > 5 billion above all strategic interest probably, all ahead of UPS. Distribution when compared to these market segments, can be observed, also multiple secondary buyouts in the distribution segment for a long time transactions with participation of financial investors. Motives vary depending on the industry focus. In the food segment, the relative independence of economic cycles is highly appreciated, while especially in chemical and electrical distributors EBITDA margins ensure appropriate demand up to 18%. A cross-industry argument is fragmented supplier structure, which is the main reason for the interest of financial investors in the distribution segment. The target companies were historically seen as platforms for market consolidation and hence growth and expanded through acquisitions in the following years and partly internationalised.