Wednesday, September 20, 2017
You could say that Garmin Edge is a forerunner of the GPS market or that its GPS products are cutting edge (both puns intended). However, although Garmin’s success can’t be questioned, for many riders there are so many Garmin Edge devices available that it is hard to know which is most suitable for your needs.
To help you select the best Garmin Edge for you, we have set out below an exhaustive list and description for each Edge product.
Note: if you are struggling with some of Garmin’s features please see the Jargon Buster at the end of this article.
The Edge 20 and 25 are aimed at cyclists that are fairly new to using GPS devices and all they really want is to monitor their time, distance, speed and GPS position.
As is quite standard with entry-level GPS devices the Edge 20 and 25 allow you to customise your chosen data fields and they include Garmin’s Auto Lap, Auto Pause and Auto Scroll features.
However, what is a little bit different and stands the entry-level Garmin devices out from the crowd, is that in addition to standard GPS tracking they also use GLONASS which increases the speed and accuracy of location data.
The battery life of up to 10 hours is low compared to the other Edge devices, however for many it will be enough to monitor short rides for up to a week or one or two longer outings before charging.
To get more out of the Edge 25 you could purchase a Garmin heart rate monitor and cadence sensor (the Edge 20 does not have any ANT+ compatibility).
Unlike the Edge 20, the Edge 25 can be linked up to a smart phone to wirelessly upload to Garmin Connect Mobile, receive notifications of incoming calls, and utilise Garmin’s LiveTrack.
Monday, August 14, 2017
Product in Discussion: Goal Zero Nomad 20W Solar Panel
Why Should You Buy?
What Customers Think?
Thursday, April 13, 2017
LinkedIn has become a de facto place to go to for finding jobs. Whether you are a recent college grad or a veteran with several years of experience if you do not have a profile on LinkedIn and don’t know how to make the best use of all the available features for job search you are missing out on one of the best tools for finding jobs. Unfortunately, many people don’t understand how LinkedIn works and how to make best use of all the features. Below we highlight some of the key feature you can leverage.
Search for Jobs
LinkedIn has rapidly become the leading job search platform where members from every industry and job function can:
- Quickly find career opportunities in any location
- Receive automatic recommendations and notifications based on job searches
- Apply to positions using just the LinkedIn profile
- Save interesting jobs for later resume submission
So many people are capitalizing on LinkedIn, from getting LinkedIn training for sales teams to individual entrepreneurs using it as a content marketing platform to job seekers using it to empower their career. For them it starts with the resume.
The process is actually quite simple:
Convert LinkedIn Profile to a Resume
One convenient built-in profile feature is the “save your profile as a .pdf” button:
Wednesday, March 8, 2017
If you are thinking of attending an exhibition or trade show for the first time with your company, you can get a lot of advice on various business and marketing blogs. Trade shows provide number of benefits to businesses of all types and sizes. They are a perfect platform to not only get your brand or products noticed but also to network and find new industry connections. However, what you get out of trade show depends on how well prepared you are before going in the show. Here are several tips to keep in mind to get the best return on your investment.
A Creative Exhibition StandYou will want to draw the attention of people from a distance away, so having an eye-catching exhibition stand is one way that you can draw the crowd. Having a stand built is an investment as you will be able to dismantle it after the event, and use the same display at the next event that you attend. It is worth your time and money to speak to experts in the field of exhibition stands, such as Aspect Exhibitions, reputable UK exhibition stand builders and contractors with over 25 years experience.
Engaging PeopleAs well as having a display which draws people to you, when they are there, you will also need to engage with them. You will want to have people working on your stand that are bright, happy, knowledgeable, and friendly to interact with any potential customers. There are also ways that you can keep people at your stand, which will give your members of staff plenty of time to be able to interact with everyone.
- Free WiFi
- Mobile Device Charging Stations
- A Relaxing Area
If you plan your display creatively, you can draw in people and keep them there, which may go a long way in ensuring that the event that you attend is successful.
Sunday, February 26, 2017
Today’s business environment is more competitive than ever. Business owners have to deploy the latest tools and technologies to stay ahead of their competitors and remain relevant in the eyes of their customers. This also means they have to look into ways they can improve their in-house talent pools.
However, the number of job applications you receive as a business owner is increasing, and each application presents you with a variety of knowledge skills that are perfect for most positions. In your next round of hiring, you should seriously consider hiring a qualified Master of Business Administration (MBA) graduate. You should also consider acquiring the skills of an MBA yourself through online MBA programs.
1. Introduce Innovative and Creative Thinkers to Your TeamStudents who have taken the MBA journey are challenged through real-life issues to think critically as they come up with solutions. The business world today requires that you have innovative thinkers among your employees. That is something that MBA students are required to have developed by the time they graduate from their studies.
That MBA employee you hire will introduce a new and informed perspective to the way your business communicates with clients, suppliers and the world in general. An MBA will also play a pivotal role in reviewing current processes, identifying new opportunities and improving your current company practices.