June 24, 2020

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How many promotional emails do you read every day? If you’re like most people, it’s probably only a few if any, plucked out from the 50 you receive just within the early morning hours. This is the reality many brands face with email marketing: the challenge of standing out among the many emails their subscribers are inundated with daily. As a brand owner or marketer, the challenge of creating engaging emails that consistently perform well may seem impossible.

However, it can be achieved with a few techniques and thinking more like a subscriber. As a sbscriber

In a fresh set of guidelines, the insurance regulator has asked general and health insurers to offer two products specifically for covid-19 by July 15. One will be an indemnity-based product (Covid-19 standard health policy) and the other one will be benefit based product (Covid-19 standard benefit-based policy).

While the policy wordings and the benefits received will be uniform across all insurers, the pricing of the product has been left to the insurers. Experts say, the standard product will be cheaper than other comprehensive health products and the benefit based covid product will be priced higher than the indemnity product.

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“The benefit based covid product will have a higher premium than the indemnity based product at the same sum insured”, said Sanjay Datta, Chief–Underwriting & Claims, ICICI Lombard. “The logic behind

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While every owner has a unique way of doing things, certain skills and habits are almost a necessity for rising to the top, regardless of industry, product or service.

The habits of successful business owners go beyond a commitment to black turtlenecks, even though many of the world’s most iconic business minds have been notorious for their work uniforms. These habits are more like best practices for life, giving small but strategic advantages that make a more likely outcome.

The good news is any of us can adopt these habits. The bad news, however, is that you might have to become a morning person.

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regulator on Tuesday restrained 20 entities from accessing for conducting fraudulent trading in the scrip of Pyramid Saimira Theatre, thereby violating market norms.

The regulator has also directed two entities to disgorge unlawful gains of over Rs 21 lakh, made while dealing in the scrip of the firm.

found that as per media reports published in December 2008, the regulator had directed one of the promoters of Pyramid Saimira Theatre, P S Saminathan, to make an open offer for an additional 20 per cent stake at a price of at least Rs 250.

This led to an increase in the share price of Pyramid on December 22, 2008.

However, the company told exchanges that it had not received any communication from

The next day Saminathan told exchanges that he