Business Infographics



Bunker Trading Around the World

Did you know that there were approximately 400 major bunkering ports in the world? Or that 6 countries were responsible for almost 60% of global bunker sales in 2012? This infographic provides an in-depth look at the global bunkering industry, from marine fuel types to the refinery operations. It also dives into the bunker fuel’s origins, as well as which countries are dominating the field.

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How Co-Ops Work

You might have passed by many co-ops in your day, but a surprising number of people don’t understand exactly what a co-op is. In a co-op, it is the customers that have the power of ownership in the business. Co-ops make money, but that money is turned around to benefit the members of the co-op by investing in the local economy through outreach programs, charities, social benefits, and even school and group programs.

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6 Ways to Engage Nonprofit Volunteers

Nonprofit volunteers are the face of your organization. Make sure you’re keeping them engaged and coming back to help. In this infographic, Elevation explains the best practices for engaging nonprofit volunteers and simple strategies to follow for the best volunteer return.

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6 Ways to Build a World Class Sales Development Team

What are the metrics that drive high performing sales development teams in B2B companies? What should you expect of your sales development team (SDR) and what is the optimal way to manage and compensate them? The following infographic takes a look at how to build a world class sales development team.

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Women In Agriculture

More often than not when we hear the word farmer, we picture a ruddy man in wellington boots with a makeshift belt of baling twine. But this impression is as outdated as it is inaccurate. More and more farm workers are women, performing the crucial, though often unpaid, tasks that keep a farm running smoothly.

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Make the Most of Working From Home

Did you know that 3.7 million employees, approximately 2.8% of the workforce, operate from home? In fact, since 2005, working at home among the non-self-employed population has grown by 103%. Improved technology has enabled companies to work more with telecommuters than traditional office employees.

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Why Oil Prices Fluctuate

Most of us greet the news that oil has fallen to $50 a barrel with a shrug of our shoulders. It goes up, it goes down; no one dies. We fail to engage because we don’t understand what drives it either way, or how it affects us. As with all commodities, supply and demand plays a big part in its price.

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Big Data Tips For Small Businesses

This graphic takes a look at some of the potential revenue small businesses can lose out on if they don’t properly harvest and use all the data that’s available to them. It also takes a look at how powerful data can be for driving a business forward.

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5 Productivity Hacks to Get You Going at Work

Let’s admit it, there are down days in the office, a time when we force ourselves to work but just can’t. It’s those days where no matter how hard you try or how often you shake your head just to get answers, you still get nothing. All you’re left with is a blank stare and an empty, nagging feeling of “I’m completely wasting my time doing absolutely nothing.”

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Work Boots Safety Standards

If you are planning to buy work boots or safety boots, you need to know about the ASTM label comes with the boots. It includes symbols, numbers, and letters on the labels which have specific meanings. Here is a infographic explaining ASTM label of safety boots.

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The Secret To Being Assertive At Work

Want to feel confident? Want to look impressive and be noticed? If you’re joining a new organization or starting a different role at work, you’ll need to come across assertively and make the very best start. Use this simple 3 step technique and make an instant (and lasting!) impression at work.

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Why ‘Planning Analog’ is Better than ‘Going Digital?’

There are two basic steps to planning: conceptualizing, and organizing your ideas. These steps determine your presentation’s core message. After all, you won’t be able to discover what points would work and what wouldn’t without careful planning. This involves in-depth research and freewriting before you can come up with the best ideas that you can focus on.

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Tips That Will Increase Your Influence In Online Reviews

Everyone who owns a business has to deal at some point with both positive and negative feedback. It’s more or less understood how to react on positive reviews. But the art of responding to negative reviews is not as easy. Check out this useful infographic to find out all the specifics of responding to a different feedback.

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Are You a Great Boss or a Not-So-Great Boss?

Ever notice how everyone in a workplace knows who the bad boss is—except the bad boss? If you’re supervising others, and you’re frustrated with their performance, it’s possible that the problem isn’t your team. You could be the not-so-great boss. This infographic highlights the common traits of both kinds of bosses.

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