Business terminology is essential to understanding the intricate world of commerce. Some terms are needed to define business processes and finances. But other terms are used as a Friend-or-Foe identification: if you know it, you must be part of the group. These terms serve to exclude outsiders.
In both cases, the Wenard Institute works to make sure that the jargon of any industry or financial group is easily understandable.
The stories of successful and not-so-successful ventures carry important lessons to the dreamers and leaders of today.
Structured, free knowledge of these enterprises allows us to understand how these organizations affected our world, and what can and should be done today.
Innovation is getting faster and faster. As economic life accelerates, more technologies can be used to advance noble causes, including medical science and combatting hunger.
Large, well-established businesses have loud voices in this process. But for progress to continue, it’s important that new voices get heard, too.
There was a time when the introduction of concrete and Portland cement into residential and commercial life was as innovative and uncertain as today’s advancements of graphene or bio-concrete. The history of this old technology contains valuable lessons for the present.
We make sure that relevant information is openly available online.