How to be competitive with non price competition

This is the first article of a two-part series that explores the intersection of competition, price competition, and innovation.The topic is of particular importance in the global economic and social context.There is much to learn from these two subjects.A competitive mindset is a philosophy that encourages people to look for ways to make their businesses […]

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How to make money on dancing contests

The latest dance competition to hit Toronto is an old favourite and a popular one.Nexstar Dance Competition is one of the most popular dance competitions in the country and is also a yearly event.¬†According to the company that runs it, it is a “one-day event in a few months”.¬†It’s an event that can draw crowds […]

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How to get into a video game competition

There are currently three major online video game competitors in Canada: the U.S. PlayStation Network, the Japanese PlayStation Network and the Japanese Wii Network.However, while each is the most competitive and has the most players, all of them have a different approach to the way they market and market games.U.K.-based Sony has created a website […]

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Which non-price competition is your favorite?

This week’s winner of the 2017 “The Best of 2017” competition was the non-competitive game of Fortnite.In a game of fortnites, players have to fight for control of one of the various towers that dot the map.There are also various objectives for each team to conquer, such as capturing objectives that can be completed by […]

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A Starbound Dance Competition and No Price Competition

The Starbound dance community has taken a big step toward having a Starbound competitive event with a price competition for the first time in the history of the genre.In a series of articles published on TheHobbyHound.com, Starbound developer and creator of the Starbound franchise, Starbreeze, and community leader, TheDanceGames, discuss the first ever competitive Starbound […]

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