Category Archives: Taiwan

Fun making “InvestorBlogger” business cards at 123Print.com

Do you have a business card for your job? If not, why not? Do you have a business card for your blog? No?! I don’t either. But business cards are extremely handy for giving out. They save you hunting for a piece of paper and a pen to write down a telephone number, they look good, and they… Read More »

February 2007 Income Update

I guess it’s about time that I deliver my report to you all on my streams of income. The format for these reports is very flexible at the moment, as I go on with these reports, I hope to standardize the information more. However, I’ll present the information for February in the same way as January. Well first,… Read More »

Tuesday’s Drop: Is it just China’s bubble? Or is it America’s too?

It’s been three days since Tuesday’s large point drop, and the markets haven’t really recovered yet. Should we be concerned? This is just a personal opinion: but I’m not concerned at all. Why? The markets have risen steadily for months without a correction. In fact, many people believe that a correction was coming anyway. I’m not speculating in… Read More »

BizIdeas #1: Start your own Education Agency!

If you have any involvement in education or TESOL or a similar field, you may like to consider this business idea: Starting your own Education Agency Steve Sutherland has been an education agent in Taiwan for four years and manages a ‘Study Abroad’ forum called AgentsChat for International Students, Education Agents and Schools. He has written about this… Read More »

Taipei City’s Experiment: The Wireless City – 2007

Ron Brownlow in the Taipei Times writes about the challenges facing Taipei City’s WiFi company, Wifly. Taipei Times also covered this on January 19th. Taipei City government may have rolled out plenty of WiFi stations, but the take-up rate has been less than enthusiastic…. So why aren’t people using Wifly? The article attempts to answer the question: it’s… Read More »

The Daily Latte

How the money goes…? Yes, those $3 a day habits do really add up! Let’s see: $3*365 = $1095 per year. That doesn’t include the overpriced confections, cakes or cookies. So you could really save quite a lot of money this way! I used to enjoy going to *$ onholiday in the UK. The sandwiches were fresh and… Read More »

Business Management

I have a very stubborn friend that reckons his biz idea – lets call it X – is a sure thing he has little biz sense but is super keen, he has done no research on investment amount, demographics, market size, pricing etc etc. he simply thinks its a good idea I have three or four things to say… Read More »