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  • Amal El Rhazi, Le parvis de La Défense va être davantage végétalisé.

    Au pied de la Grande Arche, la place de La Défense, dans les Hauts-de-Seine, va être rénovée. Cet espace entièrement dévolu aux piétons fera aussi l’objet de travaux d’étanchéité. Actuellement clairsemée sous l’effet du développement du télétravail et de la fermeture du centre […] Lire l'article
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  • Amal El Rhazi, Un guichet unique pour aider les entreprises de la métallurgie à rebondir.

    Des fonds de modernisation pour l’automobile et l’aéronautique, de 600 et 300 millions d’euros chacun, un autre de 1,5 milliard pour les investissements industriels dans les territoires… Les programmes de soutien à la modernisation et la diversification de l’industrie s’accumulent. « D’un territoire à l’autre, les […] Lire l'article
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  • Amal El Rhazi, [Avis d'expert] Quand les symboles nationaux soutiennent le Made in France.

    Un projet de loi réservant l’usage des emblèmes nationaux aux seuls produits français a été déposé à l’Assemblée nationale le 19 janvier 2021. L’avocat Gilles Boin nous explique en quoi consiste cette nouvelle mesure d’incitation à la relocalisation française. De quoi s’agit-il ? Ce […] Lire l'article
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  • Amal El Rhazi, Un nouveau lion pour Peugeot, succession chez Saint-Gobain, les Boeing 777 à l'arrêt… Les cinq images de la semaine.

    Retour en images sur quelques faits marquants de la semaine. Au programme : Peugeot redessine son logo, Benoît Bazin succédera à Pierre-André de Chalendar chez Saint-Gobain ou encore 128 Boeing 777 sont à l’arrêt dans le monde. Nouvelle identité visuelle pour Peugeot La marque Peugeot fait évoluer son logo. Le lion reste toujours […] Lire l'article
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  • Amal El Rhazi, Le japonais Komatsu veut être le pionnier de la transition des engins miniers vers l'hydrogène.

    Leader japonais des engins de construction, Komatsu veut convertir ses véhicules à l'hydrogène. L'équipementier prévoit que ses premiers camions à hydrogène seront commercialisés à l'horizon 2030. L’engouement pour l’hydrogène prend de l’ampleur à travers le monde, notamment pour les engins […] Lire l'article
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  • Amal El Rhazi, Malgré son échec avec Rihanna, pourquoi LVMH s'associe à Jay-Z.

    Le champion du luxe et des spiritueux LVMH a annoncé l'acquisition de 50% de la marque de champagne Armand de Brignac, propriété du rappeur américain Jay-Z. Avec cet achat, le géant français entend se renforcer dans le secteur des boissons alcoolisées.  Après avoir travaillé avec Rihanna au lancement de la marque de […] Lire l'article
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  • Amal El Rhazi, [Le Réflex Industrie] Dans les labos, Eurofins Biomnis à Ivry-sur-Seine.

    “Le bilan de la pandémie de Covid-19 est déjà catastrophique. Les milliers de morts bien sûr, mais aussi la récession quasi générale, les pertes d’emploi et la pauvreté qu’elle va générer. Pourtant, certains tirent leur épingle du jeu, les laboratoires d’analyses médicales. Depuis le […] Lire l'article
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  • Amal El Rhazi, [Avis d'expert] Les filières à bas niveau d’impact sur l’eau, les grandes oubliées des industries agroalimentaires ?.

    Pour Delphine Berger, référente pratiques agricoles durables au sein de l’Agence de l’eau Rhin-Meuse, les industries agro-alimentaires ont tout intérêt à proposer aux consommateurs des produits issus des filières à bas niveau d'impact d'eau.  Les tendances alimentaires actuelles se dessinent nettement vers une consommation de […] Lire l'article
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  • Amal El Rhazi, Bateau tracté par une aile, atterrissage sur Mars, ville du futur de Toyota : le top 3 des vidéos de la semaine.

    Quelles vidéos vous ont particulièrement captivé(e) cette semaine sur l’Usine Nouvelle ? Voici les trois vidéos liées à l’industrie les plus vues ces derniers jours. Trois ingénieurs français en quête de vitesse avec un bateau innovant tracté par une aile Découvrez la vidéo ici L’aventure a […] Lire l'article
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  • Amal El Rhazi, La consolidation des plateformes de streaming sur téléviseurs va commencer.

    Le groupe coréen d’électronique LG ouvre son système d’exploitation WebOS aux autres constructeurs de téléviseurs connectés et streamers vidéo. Un acte qui devrait donner le coup d’envoi de la consolidation des plateformes de streaming multimédia sur téléviseurs selon le cabinet Strategy Analytics.   […] Lire l'article
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  • Amal El Rhazi, [Avis d'expert] La due diligence managériale sera cruciale dans la consolidation aéronautique.

    La consolidation de l’industrie aéronautique va accélérer en 2021. Le choix et l’optimisation du top management, la due diligence managériale, sera dans ce contexte un enjeu majeur des opérations de M&A, de joint-ventures et des restructurations à venir, nous explique Corinne Fernandez Handelsman, associée du cabinet Progress. […] Lire l'article
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  • SS 3 Mock Exams Commerce

    SS 3 Mock Exams Commerce

    COMMERCE
    1. Which of the following is not a business resource?
    a. (a) Man (b) Materials © Markets (d) Machines
    2. Which of the following is the most important business resource?
    a. (a) Money (b) Management © Materials (d) Man power
    3. Which of the following clearly defines business
    a. (a) The process of planning, co-ordinating, organizing and controlling (b) The act of buying and selling ©…

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  • SS 3 Mock Exams Commerce

    SS 3 Mock Exams Commerce

    COMMERCE
    1. Which of the following is not a business resource?
    a. (a) Man (b) Materials © Markets (d) Machines
    2. Which of the following is the most important business resource?
    a. (a) Money (b) Management © Materials (d) Man power
    3. Which of the following clearly defines business
    a. (a) The process of planning, co-ordinating, organizing and controlling (b) The act of buying and selling ©…

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  • Amal El Rhazi, Olivier Andriès, un polytechnicien pour piloter Safran.

    Changement de profil au poste de directeur général de Safran. Philippe Petitcolin, professeur de maths de formation, arrivé à la tête du groupe en 2015, passe le relais à un diplômé de Polytechnique et de l’École des mines de Paris. Olivier Andriès, 58 ans, a pris les rênes de Safran le […] Lire l'article
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  • Amal El Rhazi, La stratégie de Renault pour ne pas rater la révolution des compétences.

    Les grandes entreprises industrielles ont entamé la transformation de leurs métiers, à l'image de Renault. Les petites y sont encouragées par deux dispositifs qui financent la reconversion de leurs salariés. Electrification des moteurs, gestion des données, maintenance prédictive… Chez Renault, presque tous les métiers vivent leur […] Lire l'article
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  • Amal El Rhazi, Le français Metex prévoit d’acheter Ajinomoto Europe pour se positionner sur les acides aminés.

    Le français Metex projette de racheter la filiale Europe du japonais Ajinomoto, spécialisée dans la production d’acides aminés par fermentation. Le montant de l’opération serait de 15 millions d’euros. La réponse est attendue courant du deuxième trimestre 2021. METabolic EXplorer (Metex) est une entreprise française […] Lire l'article
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  • Amal El Rhazi, EDF Renouvelables lance la construction d'un parc éolien, incident sur un Boeing 777 : le Top/Flop de la semaine.

    EDF Renouvelables lance la construction du parc éolien de Courseulles-sur-Mer, un nouvel atterrissage d'urgence pour un Boeing 777 : voici notre top/flop de la semaine. EDF Renouvelables lance la construction du parc éolien de Courseulles-sur-Mer Le consortium EDF Renouvelables-Enbridge-wpd a annoncé lundi 22 février le lancement de la construction du parc […] Lire l'article
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  • What Is the Difference Between E-Commerce and E-Business?


    Shopping online has been gaining popularity since the unfortunate emergent of the ‘Coronavirus’ or 'Covid-19’ pandemic and the ensuing lockdown that is happening worldwide. Owing to this, most people have to conduct their shopping or business online using their computers or smartphones with Internet connection from where they are. Thankfully, this has been made possible by two popular networks known as E-Commerce and E-Business.

    Most people are of the opinion that these two terms mean the same. In fact, they are not, but are closely related to one another.

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    Definition of E-Commerce

    The term E-Commerce, is an acronym referring to “Electronic 'Commerce” and it’s the process of selling and buying of products through an online store. Unlike a “brick and mortar” store, there is no face to face interfacing between the seller and the buyer in order for the transaction to take place.

    Some E-Commerce models are as follows:

    1. Business to Business (B2B)

    This refers to any type of electronic transactions of products or services that take place between two companies.

    2. Business to Consumer (B2C)

    This refers to any type of electronic transactions of products or services that take place between the seller and the customer. By far, this is a very common type of E-Commerce.

    This type of E-Commerce is generally more dynamic and easily conducted. With the setting up of many online stores, B2C has increased very significantly over the last couple of months due to the lockdown. You can now easily find just about any type of online store and in any niche you want over the Internet. They sell all kinds of physical products such as books, gadgets, clothes, tools, accessories, etc. and digital products such as e-Books, information, online courses, etc.

    Many people are moving toward online shopping more than the physical one because it’s more convenient, and the prices are usually cheaper too, even with shipping cost. Another plus point is most online stores will also offer free shipping for purchases exceeding a certain amount.

    3. Consumer to Consumer (C2C)

    This refers to any electronic transaction of products or services between one customer and another customer. Generally, this can take place with the help of a third-party, for instance, Amazon, eBay or Etsy as a marketplace for online selling and buying.

    4. Consumer to Business (C2B)

    Consumer to business is a type of business model where the customer or user creates a product or provides a service that a business or company uses to complement its business set-up, to enhance its business image or to gain advantages over its competitors.

    For instance, websites such as Fiverr, Upwork, etc. where their freelancers offer their services like website or logo creations, and any business can use their services if they want.

    5. Business to Administration (B2A)

    This refers to any type of transactions that are conducted between business and government through the Internet. It includes many different types of services, such as fiscal, social security, employments, legal documents, etc.

    6. Consumer to Administration (C2A)

    This refers to any type of transactions that take place between the consumer and the government. For example, taxes, education, health, social security, etc.

    Definition of E-Business

    The term E-Business is an acronym referring to “Electronic Business,” and its business is conducted with the use of the Internet, Extranet, Intranet and website. In this sense, E-Business is a bit similar to E-Commerce, but it’s more than just selling and buying products or services online.

    Essentially, E-Business encompasses a wider range of business processes, such as electronic ordering and processing, customer relationship management, supply chain management, etc. Generally, E-Commerce can be construed as a part of E-Business.

    There are two types of E-Business models:

    1. Pure play

    This refers to a company that only operates over the Internet and offers only one particular type of product or service so as to gain a larger market share.

    2. Bricks and clicks

    It’s a business model adopted by merchants that have physical retail outlets and run their business in both online and offline ways. In other words, the merchants provide their customers both and offline and an online channel to shop.

    • How is E-Commerce Different from E-Business?

    The process of selling and buying products over the Internet is simply called E-Commerce. However, E-Business is not confined to just the selling and buying process. Any business that is conducted over the Internet is considered as E-Business. For instance, the information and communication technologies used in upgrading one’s business. Basically, E-Commerce becomes a part of E-Business.

    It’s not necessary for any E-Business to be physically present in the business world. If a company has an office, along with its physical presence and conducting its business activities over the Internet, then it can be termed as E-Commerce.

    E-Commerce refers to any type of business transaction which involves money, but E-Business involves money as well as supporting activities.

    E-Commerce requires the use of the Internet to be able to conduct business worldwide., while E-Business can make use of more than the Internet. For instance, the use of the Intranet and the Extranet too to connect with the business parties.

    Pros of E-Commerce and E-Business

    Both E-Commerce and E-Business have actually revolutionized the way people shop. Customers would have likely enjoyed some of their benefits. By the same token, business owners have also benefited as follows:

    1. Cost-saving and time-saving for their business

    With a retail outlet, it means that there will be some type of overhead costs that you will need to pay monthly such as rental, utility bills, telephone bill, staff salaries, etc.

    When you take your business online, you can cut down or even do away with some of these costs. Turning your business into E-Business can also help simplify certain works. For instance, it’s much easier to email bulk discount coupons than printing hundreds of the coupons and sending them through post.

    2. E-Business can operate 24/7

    Thanks to the Internet, any E-Business can literally run 24/7 with no constraint on operational hours and days.

    3. Eliminates location constraint

    The Internet is also able to cut across all time zones as well as connect people worldwide. With a retail outlet, customers will be constrained by its proximity to where they live and also the hours of operation.

    Besides, with E-Commerce, your online store is reachable using smartphones and other mobile devices. This means that people can buy your products from anywhere while on the move.

    4. Easy to track business growth and goal

    There are now many tools and apps available to keep track of your business growth and goal easily as well as to understand your customers’ buying behaviors. For example, the bestselling products for the past couple of months, the number of returning customers, the number of cart abandonment, etc.

    Unless you perform an additional record-keeping task, it will be difficult to track and generate such data in a retail outlet.

    5. Provide better customer support

    The sooner you can respond to your customers’ queries, the better for your business. Having an online chat feature on your business website will make it much easier for your E-Business to satisfy that need.

    With E-Commerce and E-Business, both you as the business owner and your customers can enjoy all the benefits.

    As food for thought, it can be said that E-Commerce is a big part of E-Business as well as E-Commerce is E-Business, but E-Business is not necessarily E-Commerce.


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  • Amal El Rhazi, « Boston Dynamics maîtrise tout le pipeline robotique », selon Justin Carpentier, chercheur à l'Inria.

    Mécatronique et contrôle… Justin Carpentier, chercheur en robotique humanoïde à l'Inria – l'Institut national de recherche en informatique – dévoile les secrets de Boston Dynamics pour faire danser ses robots. L'Usine nouvelle : La chorégraphie soignée des robots de l’américain Boston Dynamics a marqué la […] Lire l'article
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  • Amal El Rhazi, [Tribune] Robotisation en entreprise : bienvenue dans l’ère du collaborateur augmenté ?.

    La numérisation forcée du travail depuis le début de la pandémie montre le rôle croissant des outils numériques dans la sphère professionnelle. Ce développement ne doit pas cacher qu'une part non négligeable du temps de travail reste occupée par des tâches qui pourraient être automatisées, explique la […] Lire l'article
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