Microsoft Excel (MS Excel) is a must-have for any business. It is a powerful spreadsheet software application that allows users to store, organize and analyze data. While Excel is fairly easy to use, it can be tricky to become an expert. Don’t know where to start? We have compiled a list of easy-to-follow hacks that will help you become a pro at Excel!
If you Google “maximalist fashion”, you will be swamped with dressing guides dedicated to this “the more, the better” trend published by leading fashion magazines in 2022. Rapidly gaining popularity in the last couple of years, maximalist styles are breaking out of the runway of an Haute Couture fashion show, a red carpet event or a K-pop performance to conquer streets in high fashion neighborhoods.
Amazon India and Flipkart, the two biggest ecommerce giants in India, have always been in a neck-to-neck competition for supremacy in the country. There is no better occasion to showcase their strength and take advantage of people’s shopping mood than during the Indian festive season, which begins in late September featuring various festivals, like Durga Pooja, Dussehra and Diwali.
Organization and efficiency have a way of scratching an itch we didn’t even know we had, be it searching through hundreds of boxes in your storage unit for your high school yearbook or having to squeeze in all your makeup and skincare products in your bag before a business trip. At those moments, you’d wish there was a particular product that could make your life so much easier.
Last year, a physical Elon Musk-signed Tesla Model X toy car was minted as a non-fungible token (NFT) and put up for auction on OpenSea. The auction didn’t turn out to be very successful (probably because it wasn’t an official release made by Tesla), but this caused some car fans to wonder: will NFTs get into the automotive market someday?
When we hear the word “luxury”, we think of the sparkle of chandeliers; we think of the purr of a sports car engine; we think of…gold-plated staple pins? Don’t we?
But what makes these coveted items worth so much more than the average ceiling lights, the average family car and the good old staple pins that you can get a dime a dozen? Well, as they say, the devil is in the details, and the value is in the label of luxury.
Imagine window shopping on a designer clothing website late at night while sipping your favorite wine. Suddenly, you spot the coolest new pair of kicks, and you just cannot let them go. What’s worse, there’s only one pair left in your size, so you can’t afford to save up for them before making a timely purchase. What do you do? You use AfterPay, of course!
One thing that most world cultures have in common is gift-giving. And yet, somehow it is incredibly hard to find the right gift. It is because gift-givers rarely think about the long-term value or usability of a gift. Focusing only on wowing the receiver as they unwrap the gift, you might end up buying something that would eventually collect dust in your loved one’s house.
After making it to the mainstream during the pandemic, non-fungible tokens (NFTs) seem to be everywhere. If you go onto some well-known NFT marketplaces, such as OpenSea and Crypto.com, you can easily find all sorts of NFTs in their dropdown menus, ranging from art, memes and music to photography and sports for purchase or rental. Lately, the NFT market has even welcomed wine NFTs to the space.
NFTICALLY is an up-and-coming startup company specializing in the non-fungible token (NFT) ecommerce metaverse. Upon entering the NFTICALLY metaverse, you get a 360-degree view of a chosen brand’s storefront and can navigate through the store to look more closely at its different features. Users can also opt to join sessions with friends, and they can call on channels only accessible to their own specified group of people.
Fashion is one of the many ways with which you can express yourself. From vintage trends comebacks to the emergence of more inclusive clothing brands, like SKIMS, and fashion tech, the fashion industry continues to evolve and makes shopping for garments fun—but not for the environment. The apparel industry accounts for 10% of the world’s carbon emissions and consumes 1.5 trillion liters of water (about 400,000 Olympic swimming pool) each year.
Although there are still six months left in 2022, it is safe to say that it has been a year since cryptocurrency boomed and exploded in value, in large part thanks to e-commerce. While some big names are considering accepting crypto payments, some other major companies, such as Tesla, PayPal, Home Depot and the U.S. telecommunication giant AT&T, pioneered and began adopting cryptocurrency this year.
2021 was a good year for IPOs. IPOs in the United States raised US$156 billion, recording an 81 percent increase over the prior year. With such an outburst, tech stocks raised US$69 billion alone significantly. Shares of Bumble, a dating app created for women’s interests, closed up 63.5 percent in their IPO in January 2021.
By 2027, businesses and people alike are expected to lose US$40.62 billion in payment fraud. The solution to this problem? Tokenization. It refers to the replacement of sensitive data with unique identifiers that retain the length and format of the original data without having any relationship with it.
The Covid-19 pandemic and the isolation that accompanied it has given many of us a healthy appreciation for good company. Over the long periods of self-isolation and quarantine, we have come to the realization that company can also come in many non-human forms, like pets, plants and… Roombas?
Around 130 years ago, back in 1891 in Springfield, Massachusetts, James Naismith invented the game of basketball. This invention has influenced millions of people. In fact, the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) estimates that at least 450 million people around the world are involved in it.