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Debt Collections Without Making Embarrassing Phone Calls
This is a quick and easy method of doing debt collections WITHOUT PHONE CALLS. You'll be rolling your eyes when you find out how easy it is so I've also included tips to improve cash flow and how to keep the customer happy. To find out if this simple collection method is for you, answer these quick questions: 1. Are you embarrassed to call your customers and ask for your money? 2. Are you afraid to lose your customers if you do collections? 3. Do you want to continue doing volunteer/charity work or making product donations to your customers? 4. How much money do your customers owe you? It is important to remember that doing collections isn't just about getting paid, it's also about keeping your customer happy so they want to continue doing business with you.
Making Transnationals Accountable
Transnational corporations are now of immense significance for most economies. However, by definition they are involved in international production and this poses problems for national governments. The threat of a major company leaving gives it leverage over its host government, meaning that even though there is a broad consensus that in some respects the impact of a transnational on an economy can be negative, there is a marked reluctance on the part of governments to try to do anything about it.
Although they remains sensitive to the problem posed by transnationals, the authors of "Making Transnationals Accountable" do not accept that there is nothing that can be done to influence the behavior of transnationals. The authors advocate a policy of monitoring their activities and use a comparative approach to show that many governments know surprisingly little about the impact of transnationals on their economies. They identify areas which governments might like to know more about. In an attempt to show what their approach might mean in practice, they draw upon the new techniques developed in social accounting to prepare a detailed social and economic account of a particular transnational.
A Monster Calls
An extraordinarily moving novel about coming to terms with loss.
The monster showed up just after midnight. As they do. But it isn't the monster Conor's been expecting. He's been expecting the one from his nightmare, the one he's had nearly every night since his mother started her treatments, the one with the darkness and the wind and the screaming... The monster in his back garden, though, this monster is something different. Something ancient, something wild. And it wants the most dangerous thing of all from Conor. It wants the truth.
Costa Award winner Patrick Ness spins a tale from the final idea of much-loved Carnegie Medal winner Siobhan Dowd, whose premature death from cancer prevented her from writing it herself. Darkly mischievous and painfully funny, A Monster Calls is an extraordinarily moving novel of coming to terms with loss from two of our finest writers for young adults.
About the Author
Patrick Ness is the author of the critically-acclaimed and bestselling Chaos Walking trilogy. He has won numerous awards including the Guardian Children's Fiction Prize, the Booktrust Teenage Prize, the Costa Children's Book Award and the Carnegie Medal. He lives in London. Siobhan Dowd was the widely-loved, prize-winning author of four books, two of which were published after her death from cancer, aged 47. In 2009, she became the first author ever posthumously awarded the Carnegie Medal.
About the Illustrator
Jim Kay studied illustration and worked in the archives of the Tate Gallery and the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, two experiences that heavily influence his work. His images for A Monster Calls use everything from beetles to bread boards to create interesting marks and textures.
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