Archive for March, 2011

BBC Country Rating Poll 2011 – Which country has the best image?

Filed by team twago on March 25, 2011
BBC Country Rating Poll 2011 – Which country has the best image?

It’s that time of the year again. The BBC has published this year’s study of the popularity rating of the most important countries. Between December 2010 and February 2011, more than 28,000 people were interviewed worldwide. The main focus of the survey was on the perceived image globally of the 27 countries in question. The […]

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8 Blogs for Freelancers

Filed by team twago on March 24, 2011
8 Blogs for Freelancers

With the overwhelming amount of blogs in this day and age, it can be hard to know which sources are actually helpful and informative. This is especially true concerning blogs that focus on topics relative to freelancers. We have browsed the blog world and found the best blogs for freelancers that are excellent sources of information, […]

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Provider of the Month: Enrico Oemi

Filed by team twago on March 16, 2011
Provider of the Month: Enrico Oemi

This month we would like to introduce Enrico Oemi as our Provider of the Month. He’s a computer engineer from Parma, Italy, offering consultancy services, analysis and implementation of software applications in the Windows environment and for the web. He has many years of experience, especially in the areas of Geo Information Systems. We’ve asked […]

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Demand for iPhone App developers at an all time high – great result for IT freelancers

Filed by team twago on March 13, 2011
Demand for iPhone App developers at an all time high – great result for IT freelancers

Demand for iPhone app developers has grown enormously over the last 12 months Demand for iPhone app developers in the top ten most-wanted skills for the first time Top 3 of the most demanded IT skills: PHP, HTML, MySQL Berlin, 13 April 2011. Never before has the demand for iPhone App developers been so high […]

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The twago tip for business founders – concentrate on core competencies

Filed by team twago on March 10, 2011
The twago tip for business founders – concentrate on core competencies

As a business founder it is most important to know not only your own abilities but also your own limits. Founders should be aware of the things they are skilled at, as well as the things better left to someone else. Tasks that you take on yourself without having the necessary expertise can be very […]

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Follow @twago_projects on Twitter for all New Projects on twago

Filed by team twago on March 8, 2011
Follow @twago_projects on Twitter for all New Projects on twago

We’re happy to introduce @twago_projects. Find all new twago projects on Twitter. Follow us now! Follow @twago_projects on Twitter to get timely updates about new jobs and projects on twago. In case you are not a registered twago Service Provider you can now see all new public projects on twago. If you like a project […]

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Hit the ground running with international marketing

Filed by team twago on March 7, 2011
Hit the ground running with international marketing

A marketing department for the international market is nothing special for large internationally active enterprises. On the contrary, it would be rather surprising if such a company did not have an international marketing department. This is different for small businesses and start-ups. The start-up budget is usually tight and particularly at the beginning, start-ups tend […]

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Just what is outsourcing?

Filed by team twago on March 4, 2011
Just what is outsourcing?

The word “outsourcing” is now on everyone’s lips. It describes the shifting of internal processes, tasks, or projects to external service providers. But what does it mean exactly and from where does this concept originate? The term derives from “outside resource using”. This concept is not a modern invention but dates back to the 18th […]

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Germany – With twago around the World

Filed by team twago on March 2, 2011
Germany – With twago around the World

We have already talked about a lot of cultures on our intercultural collaboration column. But how is it working with Germans? Here we provide some facts and stories about the central European state. Facts about Germany The Federal Republic of Germany lies at the heart of Europe, and shares borders with nine other European states. […]

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