24 juin 2019

La procédure de rétablissement professionnel devient privilégiée

Bpifrance CréationLa procédure de rétablissement professionnel est destinée aux entrepreneurs individuels qui remplissent certaines conditions. Elle leur permet de rebondir rapidement en leur faisant bénéficier d'un effacement de leurs dettes, sans recourir à une liquidation judiciaire. Plus...

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Les principales nouveautés de la loi Pacte pour les entrepreneurs

Bpifrance CréationLa loi n° 2019-486 du 22 mai 2019 relative à la croissance et la transformation des entreprises (dite " loi pacte") est parue au Journal officiel du 23 mai 2019. 
Elle contient différentes mesures qui intéressent particulièrement les créateurs, repreneurs et dirigeants d'entreprise. Plus...

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Sensibilisation des jeunes à l’entrepreneuriat féminin

Bpifrance Création26 370 jeunes ont été sensibilisés à l’entrepreneuriat féminin lors de cette semaine organisée par l’association 100 000 entrepreneurs en collaboration avec de nombreux réseaux professionnels. 1 100 témoignages d'entrepreneures ont été organisés en Métropole et dans les Outre-Mer. Bpifrance Création est partenaire de cet évènement depuis sa création. Plus...

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La durée de validité du certificat d'utilité passera de 6 à 10 ans

Bpifrance CréationLe certificat d'utilité est un titre de propriété industrielle adapté à des inventions à cycle de vie court. L'absence d'établissement d'un rapport de recherche rend les délais d'instruction plus court que le brevet. Plus...

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#DémarreTaStory avec l’apprentissage : les apprentis de Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur témoignent !

Direccte PACA-SudFaire changer les regards sur l’apprentissage : tel est l’objectif de la campagne de communication #DémarreTaStory, relancée cette année par le ministère du Travail après le succès de la saison 2018. Plus...

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And Oranges

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. John Gruber[Edit][Delete]: And Oranges, Daring Fireball [Edit][Delete] June 16, 2006
Why would a longtime Apple user switch to Linux? When the person in question is Mark Pilgrim, people want to know, since Pilgrim is well known for his work on web syndication and web standards. This article takes an almost detached look at his reasoning. In the end, for Pilgrim, it comes down to this: "I'm creating things now that I want to be able to read, hear, watch, search, and filter 50 years from now. Despite all their emphasis on content creators, Apple has made it clear that they do not share this goal. Openness is not a cargo cult. More...

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Rever

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Various authors[Edit][Delete]: Rever, June 16, 2006
Interesting video upload service that attaches an advertisement to your video and pays you when people click on it. "Since the Revverized ad is embedded in your video, and can be changed anytime, you get paid no matter where your video may go." The site, in other words, is making syndication work for it, creating revenue while distributing bandwidth requirements across the network. Rever is hosting the infamous Coke and Mentos video, well worth a watch for the giggle. Or the pointless and deservedly obscure Hungry Tree. You can also find the Dixie Chicks video on the site. Legit? Who knows. Still, it's a good idea and might even work. More...

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EdNA Online Strategic Directions

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Unattributed[Edit][Delete]: EdNA Online Strategic Directions, EdNA [Edit][Delete] June 16, 2006
Where is Australia's EdNA going? Released in April, "A draft EdNA strategic directions paper (PDF) is available for comment," according to today's EdNA newsletter. Take the short online survey or send them email. According to the report, "In 2005-2006, the full suite of EdNA infrastructure and services received $1.92 million of funding. More...

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Too Many Left Behind: Canada s Adult Education and Training System

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Karen Myers and Patrice de Broucker[Edit][Delete]: Too Many Left Behind: Canada s Adult Education and Training System, Canadian Policy Research Networks Inc. [Edit][Delete] June 16, 2006
"There is a lot of talk in policy circles about the importance of life-long learning," note the authors of this report. "But how well do we walk the talk in Canada? It seems not very well at all. Too many less-educated / less-skilled adults in Canada are being left behind, with little chance to improve their skills, their knowledge, and their earnings. More...

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Digg for EdBloggers / Do We Need to Get Our Act Together?

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Will Richardson[Edit][Delete]: Digg for EdBloggers / Do We Need to Get Our Act Together?, Weblogg-Ed [Edit][Delete]Weblogg-ed [Edit][Delete] June 16, 2006
Maybe it will work, though I have my doubts. Full marks, though, for the initiative. The idea being promoted is to create a Digg for edubloggers - the idea is that the edubloggers would recommend education stories from each other and the popular press. Why do I have doubts? Well, I have my doubts about these 'collective' sites in general. If edu-Digg makes sense, then why not UK-edu-Digg, to get away from the American dominance? But then, when Digging, where does one's loyalties lie. More...

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