Build a Small Business Network to Help Your Business Succeed

Posted by super on September 5, 2016 in Business Networking with Comments closed |

Aѕ a small business owner уου саn οftеn feel alone, even whеn surrounded bу many people.

Hοw іѕ thіѕ possible? Thе аnѕwеr іѕ thаt many small business owners keep thеіr business challenges tο themselves. Thеу don’t want employees, οr customers, οr suppliers, οr family аnd friends fοr thаt matter, tο know thаt thеу hаνе business issues thаt mіght bе difficult tο manage.

If thіѕ dеѕсrіbеѕ уουr business environment, consider building a business network tο hеlр уου manage уουr challenges аnd grow уουr business.

 

Whаt іѕ a small business network? In thіѕ instance іt іѕ a network οf еіthеr similar οr dissimilar small businesses thаt work together tο hеlр each οthеr solve thеіr business issues аnd аlѕο tο hеlр each οthеr manage аnd grow thеіr businesses.

Lеt’s examine аn example οf a small business network fοr similar businesses.

A group οf between eight аnd twelve business owners іn thе same industry bυt іn non-competing locations set up a peer business network. Thеу gеt together (еіthеr face-tο-face οr online) аt a regularly scheduled day аnd time (maybe monthly οr quarterly) tο discuss thеіr small business strategy аnd issues аnd thеу each аѕk fοr, аnd gеt, feedback frοm thе rest οf thе group — аll experienced business owners οf similar type businesses.

Sοmе οf thе discussion mіght center οn human resource issues such аѕ training, hiring, firing, turn-over rates, аnd comparative wages οr salaries. Othеr discussions mіght bе οn common customer centric issues such аѕ turn-around times, over promising аnd under delivering, quality, service, handling difficult customers. Sοmе sessions mіght focus οn business рlаnnіng, marketing рlаnnіng, sales рlаnnіng οr results frοm plans.

Tο form thіѕ type οf group, business owners сουld meet through national οr international industry trade associations. Tο mаkе thіѕ type οf network work, thе participants mυѕt sign confidentiality agreements аnd non-compete agreements — even though today thе businesses аrе non-competing, thеrе іѕ nο guarantee thаt tomorrow thеу won’t bе competing. It іѕ іmрοrtаnt thаt legal advice іѕ obtained аt thе ѕtаrt οf setting up thіѕ type οf network — уουr group wіll need tο know whаt іѕ allowed οr nοt allowed bу government competition acts.

Thе advantage οf thіѕ type οf network іѕ thаt аll participants already know аnd understand thе industry аnd саn bring thаt knowledge аnd expertise tο thе discussions.

Now, lеt’s examine аn example οf a small business network fοr dissimilar businesses.

Thіѕ type οf network wουld work best іn a group οf nοt less thаn eight аnd nοt many more thаn twelve business owners (tοο small аnd thе input іѕ weakened; tοο large аnd іt’s hard tο hаνе a voice οr hear whаt’s going οn). Thіѕ group wουld gеt together οn a regular basis (lіkеlу monthly) аnd review each business’ progress, operations, challenges, οr thе designated topic οf thе month. Sіnсе thіѕ іѕ a network οf non-competing, dissimilar businesses, thе group сουld bе local аnd meetings сουld bе face-tο-face.

An advantage fοr local meetings іѕ thаt thе group wουld bе operating іn thе same economic climate аnd wουld hаνе a thorough understanding οf whаt thаt means tο local businesses. It wουld bе relatively easy tο form a local group bу meeting businesses through local small business associations.

Topics сουld bе selected іn advance bу month, bу quarter, bу year аnd each business owner wουld attend a network meeting prepared tο discuss issues surrounding thаt topic. Fοr example, one month’s topic сουld bе аbουt reducing thе cost οf financing аnd sharing tips аnd tactics. Another month’s topic сουld bе аbουt thе υѕе οf thе best аnd mοѕt successful recruiting methods fοr thаt local area. Another month’s topic сουld bе οn сrеаtіng a business рlаn аnd thе nесеѕѕаrу tools tο dο ѕο.

In thіѕ type οf network іt іѕ аlѕο іmрοrtаnt tο hаνе confidentiality agreements аnd non-compete agreements аt thе ѕtаrt οf thе network meetings. Yου wіll want tο hаνе thе assurance thаt іf someone leaves thе group thаt thеу won’t share confidential information wіth others.

Thе advantage οf thіѕ type οf network іѕ thаt уου саn more easily set thіѕ group up іn уουr local market ѕο thаt face-tο-face meetings wουld nοt bе difficult аnd thаt уου mіght actually gеt more out-οf-thе-box thinking frοm business owners outside οf thе industry whο аrе nοt constrained bу past practices.

Fοr both types οf networks, υѕе аn outside facilitator tο ensure thаt thе group stays οn track аnd thаt each member gets out οf thе network whаt іt needs (іtѕ reason fοr joining). Thе concept οf a business network іѕ tο provide small business owners wіth a small business advisory group tο test solutions, find аnѕwеrѕ, change οld ways οf doing things, аnd more. In large businesses, thаt type οf network support typically comes frοm οthеr departments οr management. In small businesses, a strong small business network іѕ раrt οf аn overall business community thаt becomes раrt οf thе infrastructure fοr уουr business’ success.

Raising Cows Alternative Business Chic

Posted by super on September 5, 2016 in Products Business with Comments closed |

Dizziness after retirement, not in the business? Still looking for opportunities and difficult search for alternatives that fit the business. Look to the village, there are many opportunities that exist there. Want to raise cattle, buffalo, or goat, or chicken. Many options to stay adjusted to the wishes and desired outcomes.

Low Risk High Yield

Usually, that produces a high return margin is a business that has a high risk. But the raising of cattle, belonging to a business that has a low risk but have the results and prospects of high margin.

The author tried to calculate the pattern of community development in the Village Mojodadi, District Pungging, Mojokerto regency, East Java, which most people raise beef cattle.

In this area, the field of business-holder livestock, particularly cattle maintenance business grew well and gave very encouraging results, and its people can prosper. In addition to the public has been accustomed for generations and raising livestock for business activities, guidance and proper supervision, raise cattle still provide high profit prospects

Sumali father is, for example. He was a cattle rancher, and also farmed. It has a four head of cattle, with an average profit of the sale of maintenance for 6 months reached Rp 1 million per tail.

Usually within 6 months of the farmers buy calves, then sell it back within the next six months.

The number of cows raised by people in this village depends on the ability of each farmer. But there are some people who invest their money to partner with farmers in this village with a profit sharing system for the results.

Mojokerto County Government, through the Department helps communities and farmers develop their business with a variety of activities and programs, including by inspecting livestock health, free pregnancy examinations and other consultations.

As can be seen and occurred some time ago, when cattle pregnancy examination performed in Mojodadi, Pungging District, District Mojokerto.

“People are excited and pleased with the activities that strongly support the efforts of farmers,” says Maji, a local resident who has a four head of cattle this.

If people enthusiastic to do business, and governments want to support it, undoubtedly well-being of people just waiting time. n The author is a Supervisory Quality Agricultural District. Mojokerto

We Livestock: Anyone Want Pro-

Continuous improvement is a very real prospect in Indonesia. Price of beef in Indonesia continues to rise, and never dropped the price, but unfortunately the welfare of farmers do not arrive. Other data presented is sure to surprise you. Indonesia is rich in grass, it only has a population of 10.4 million cattle each year and is unable to meet the needs of beef to 230 million more people. Every year, Indonesia had to import beef and live cattle averaged 650 000 head of cattle.

If only the government would side with the farmers and ranchers for cattle would develop the business as a business entity, it is possible to increase the incomes of rural communities.

Asia Holiday

Posted by super on September 4, 2016 in Franchises with Comments closed |

Asia Holiday Provides Franchise  in Travel Industry. Asia Holiday offers many products in Tours and Travel for their customers. They already operated long in this Industry. Now already have some branches in Indonesia.

Travel is the transport of people on a trip / journey or the process or the time to a person or an object from one place to another. Reasons for the trip include:
* Tourism-travel for recreation
* Visiting friends and family
* Trade
* Ongoing routine transport to various activities such as work or meetings.
* Migration travel to begin life somewhere else; nomadic people do this
* Pilgrimage trips for religious reasons
* Research trips for the collection of information.

If you want to open business in Travel Industry, you can contact them for the detailed information about the business opportunity.

Franchise Investment : Rp. 100 – 250 Million

LJ Hooker Sales and Rental Agent

Posted by super on September 1, 2016 in Franchises with Comments closed |

LJ Hooker provides Franchise in Indonesia in Property / Real Estate Industry. L.J Hooker specialized in Property / Real Estate Sales and Rental Agent. They already have many branches worldwide, including Indonesia.

Les Hooker opened the first L.J. Hooker office on Maroubra Road, Maroubra, Sydney in 1928. Initially, Les Hooker spent his time much like L.J. Hooker agents today – meeting people, talking to them, developing relationships and gaining trust.
With money at a minimum, Les Hooker set about developing a state of the art promotional system to maximise the impact of signboards, giving birth to the now famous Red and Yellow colours.

Franchise Offer
Build your Business on these Pillars of Strength:
– Business Support
– Effective Marketing Mix
– Personal Business Development
Franchise Investment
– Initial Investment : ~ Rp. 500 Million
– Franchise Fee : Rp. 150 Million
L.J. Hooker System puts you in total control of your business and takes the worry and the risk out of making technology decisions, now and in the future.

UK Finance for Business

Posted by super on August 30, 2016 in Manage Finance, Products Business with Comments closed |

Running a business and becoming successful in that venture requires a lot finance and financial assistance. In UK finance for business can be got from different sources. Business related financial services are provided by many organizations in that field. UK finance for leasing a company or organization, UK finance for debt collection, UK finance for Venture Capital can also be arranged.

There are companies that help a business in hire purchasing and arranging for leasing. You can approach such dedicated companies for such services. UK Finance for hardware funding for the information technology business is also available in companies. Leasing services for small businesses, agricultural and industrial funding operations are available in companies dedicated to that service. A company called Richard Mares Asset Finance in UK finances for agricultural and industrial setups. If you need information on UK finance for equipment leasing, mortgages and commercial finance then you can approach companies like 1st Leasing Company and 1pm.co.uk. Many options for UK finance are available with them. Just check out their website for more details on the different types of finance available with them. For UK finance from £5,000 upwards you can approach companies like 1pm. They work closely with their clients to provide what they need.

UK Finance for companies in the information technology sector can get their financing options from companies like Corporate Computer Lease Plc in UK. Such companies make IT more affordable and you get the UK finance for almost any technology spends. They have successful records of financing in UK for even Fortune 500 companies. This is one of the fastest growing UK finance companies.

Companies like Corporate Business Finance fund you for Plant, Machinery and for other corporate financial services. They provide finance in UK for many services like hire purchase, leasing, operating leases, factoring, release of capital, and commercial mortgages. Each and every business may need a unique funding requirement and it is a tedious task to arrange for funding when you need to run your business. A lot of time is wasted in searching for proper funding. Under such circumstances you can approach companies like these for UK finance for your funding requirements.

For new start ups it is difficult to get finance in UK or elsewhere. Most of the finance companies will fund only the established businesses. But companies like Oak Leasing help even the start ups since they understand the difficulties that the startups face. The problems that the start ups face are only initially. If they have a proper business plan they could come up. The team at Oak leasing would finance your startups and for any new equipments that you need. More details are available in their website.

There are companies that fund only the big companies. Finance for big companies is given by UK finance companies like the Benington Securities. It is a private enterprise brokerage. They cover only the corporate investments. There are many companies that provide UK finance for even individuals. Companies like Troman finance provide funds for the individuals and small business firms.

Similar than different

Posted by super on August 26, 2016 in Marketing Strategies with Comments closed |

The various products offered to consumers are all the same, in terms of both function and appearance, all the same. That phrase from Philip Kotler, one professor of marketing in the world.

How a brand can be recognized as a whole and be able to build a strong emotional bond with consumers, is a large and very important question to answer. Seeing a market full of competition where each product with different functions together mimic each other, let alone the things we can offer to attract attention and amaze consumers?

How a brand can appear as the first choice of many competitor brands in the minds of consumers? One of the answers of the above questions is a sensory branding, the branding process that touches consumers through the five senses that humans have.

Through sensory branding, a brand has more value that can transform a commodity product that had become a very strong brand, which can stand alone as a whole compared to competitors’ products.

Competence of sensory branding is understanding the importance of a brand can build a deeper and more sensitive, that is through the senses and emotions. Branding is done by Singapore Airlines is also similar to other airlines, through visual and graphics such as logos and color consistent. On the other hand, Singapore Airlines began lifting consumers experience higher than other airlines.

They greet you with a friendly and always well dressed. They provide a warm towel to the passengers while waiting for the plane getting ready to fly. The whole flight attendants also use the same perfume, Stefan Floridian Waters, a perfume that has been patented and must be used by all cabin crew of Singapore Airlines.

Similar (aviation services) but not identical (all given stimulus is very different than other airlines). Do you remember the scent of BreadTalk bakery? Every time you log bakery, you do not just see so much bread on display in front of your eyes. You also smell the fragrance of fresh-baked bread. The fragrance is not from the bread you see, but it comes from the air freshener that is placed in the store. That sensory branding.

You will always remember that BreadTalk bakery is one that is very fragrant and through the stimulus, also provoked emotions through the sense of smell, which in turn could encourage you to buy the bread. Similar to (sell bread) but not the same (given BreadTalk experience than other bakeries).

Challenges in conducting sensory branding is to imagine a broader and more detailed on how a person interacts and accept new experiences with your brand, and also applying existing ideas to strengthen the emotional side at every interaction.

When communication and visual identity are generally only touch the senses of sight and hearing, the entire stimulus can be enhanced by integrating the three other senses that it sends a stronger emotional message to the consumer and multi-applications all point interactions. The product you are offering is similar, but not identical experiences with other products.

Chalk Out Financial Capital and Go For Funding

Posted by super on August 23, 2016 in Finance Services with Comments closed |

So, you are planning to calculate your financial capital? Congratulations! So, you are ultimately planning to do a business? Welcome to the world of business. After you are sure you have understood your business, it’s time to chalk out your financial capital. You can do it yourself or with the assistance of a professional.

The biggest things in your business are the financial capital and the funding – the capital and the capitalist. Money and from where it would come to your way? These two are the most serious for your business. Often if your business is very small, you invest from your bank account; but if it is bigger than that? Getting financial capital and the funding for your startup company is no child’s play. Neither is it an impossible task. The first step is to calculate financial capital.

So, calculate your financial capital before you approach any organization for funding your business. Do not get disappointed to hear ‘no’ and ‘sorry’. Don’t rejoice to hear any sum of amount. Keep trying until you hear ‘sounds good’. It will be tougher if your financial capital is not convincing. Here are the organizations and people you can approach for funding your business:

Banks can supply you funding aligned with security, if they find your Financial capital convincing. Banks will make query about your financial capital and the kind of funding (or loan) you want to run this business (but don’t feel very timid if you have no moderate financial capital). They will also want to find out – your reliability, your permanent address, why you wish for that kind of funding or bank-loan and about your scheme to return it. Try to convince them about your secured financial capital and the kind of funding you think necessary. Show them that you have excellent plans for returning the funding provided by the bank.

 

Another alternative is to find a venture capitalist. Though they don’t provide neutral funding, but you certainly find funding if they are asked for partnership business. They are entrepreneurs whose trade is to give funding and get extra financial capitals or profits out of those funding.

Do you think you can go about it? Great! Get going. That’s the way the world goes. Remember, don’t be too rigid with your chalked out financial capital. As you actually proceed in business, you have to accommodate many funding capital sources to get fund. The calculation of financial capitals is there to help you, not to prevent you.

Calculating financial capital specifically helps in price setting for your product. You must consider your competitors’ prices, understand what price the buyers do not mind forking out, whether the price is profitable for everyone in the chain, which involves the manufacturer (if you are the manufacturer), wholesaler, and retailer. So, understand the minute details of your financial capital as required. And best of luck. Your next step is to get funding. So, look positive and be ready to dig up the bucks!

The increase in TDL “Rocking” Business Carrefour

Posted by super on August 21, 2016 in Products Business with Comments closed |

JAKARTA – PT Carrefour Indonesia claim to object to the government’s plan to raise electricity tariff (TDL) by 15 percent next year. This is because it influences the survival of the business.

“We as a retail associations oppose this plan. Raise TDL mean lower purchasing power due to power up, might be all the stuff up and hyperinflation. This is why we are asking the government to review the. Electricity itself is a major component in the retail sector,” said Head of Public Affairs Carrefour Satria Hamid.

According to Knight, with an increase of approximately 15 electric power next year, their operating costs will rise about 10 percent. This is because the burden of the cost of electricity occupies approximately 30 percent of operating costs. Even so, he would not raise the price of the product.

“The price of the product from the supplier, not us,” he added simply.

With the increase in operating expenses of approximately 10 percent, the Satria predict, particularly in the Carrefour retail business will reduce turnover.

“It may be eroded by approximately five percent,” he concluded.

Financial Inclusion and Digital Payments

Posted by super on August 21, 2016 in Finance Services with Comments closed |

A Good Digital Payment Ecosystem: Characteristics and Recommendations

A good digital payment ecosystem is one that enables financial inclusion, an ecosystem that allows all citizens to participate in the growth and development trajectory of the economy.

The key stakeholders in the digital payment scenario are numerous – internet service providers, payment system operators, technology providers, mobile network operators, banks and retailers form the actual players in the market. The digital transaction system allows banks to increase their customer base with lower costs and risks. According to Booz Allen estimates, banks can reduce cash logistics by 10% through use of cashless payment transactions. Telecom and internet service providers gain by increasing customer retention, higher revenues through value added services etc. Retailers and service providers benefit through fast access to a larger base of customers, better payment collections etc. There is a synergy between the digital world and the financial world that needs to be exploited successfully to give the final benefit to the consumer. However, at the same time the government and regulators of banking, telecommunications, payment systems, competition issues, anti-money laundering, all form the environment in which the digital payments business model functions.

Given that the business of digital transactions is new and unfamiliar, governments and regulators tend to be cautious about allowing innovations that may disrupt financial stability of the economy. As has been emphasized in the previous sections of this paper, while on one hand financial inclusion is the stated objective of governments, and new technology has been widely accepted as a tool for financial inclusion, regulatory and supervisory concerns have inhibited the development of digital payments in many countries, including India. For a new product market to develop, it is important that the enabling environment be one which blends legal and regulatory openness and certainty – openness will allow innovation to flourish while certainty will give confidence to entrepreneurs to make investments. Thus the markets which develop fastest are those which are in environments that are moving towards greater openness and greater certainty. The most crucial issue here is to ensure that the market remains open and competitive for entrepreneurs to take up new business models. The key characteristics have been mentioned and discussed at various points in the preceding sections. These are:

1. Ensure entry by ensuring a high degree of inclusiveness in types of service providers, ensuring a level playing field, and also ensure that both large and small players can enter the industry.

 

Inclusiveness: Both banking and non-banking entities should be encouraged to enter the industry.

The basic concerns of regulators in the financial sphere revolve around (i) maintaining financial stability, (ii) raising economic efficiency, (iii) increasing access to financial services, (iv) ensuring financial integrity, and (v) ensuring consumer protection, and (vi) ensure rapid accessibility of such services for the masses with heterogeneous requirements.

Given the focus of financial regulators to ensure financial stability, it is but natural for them to have a bank focus. But, disruption to financial stability deals with systemically important payment systems, and not retail payment systems, especially of micro-magnitude. This distinctiveness of retail and micro-amounts should be well understood to avoid stifling innovation that has the potential to help the masses of the country. Consequently there is no need to limit this industry only to the banks.

According to the Bank of International Settlements, one of the main objectives of payment regulation is to address those legal and regulatory barriers to market development and innovation. It is for the RBI and other regulators to work towards this end, so that the potential of technology can be exploited to the full in meeting the goal of financial inclusion.

Level playing field: The close links between the network service providers and the consumer should not provide inordinate advantages to those companies at the cost of other players. For instance, currently the mobile phone is considered the most potent tool of financial inclusion. However the mobile industry is characterized by only a handful of operators both in India and abroad. Given the close links between the consumer and the mobile service provider and the tie-in of the consumer to the service provider, a monopolistic digital transaction industry would be a likely outcome if a level playing field is not created.

A digital-payment platform set up by the service provider should be open to other account holders within a specific agreed time period, and new entrants should be allowed to use existing payment infrastructures. Just as landline users can choose between different long distance providers, so too must regulation ensure that various financial service providers can access the user.

Large and small: The digital transaction eco system should involve, and not keep out, small firms.

Large firms should not derive undue advantage from regulatory prescriptions. This is important for many reasons. Take for example Micro-finance initiatives and how they can leverage the intra-communities ties for lowering cost of credit. Whether we have MFIs or bank correspondents, or private money-lenders, or NGOs, or other entities operating in small distinct communities, such entities need not be debarred from providing their services to their users through digital means.

Though certain prudential norms would be essential, they should not follow a one size fits all approach and, depending upon scale and scope of their operations, their regulatory requirements also need to be appropriately structured.

2. Ensure low cost access for the masses that is integrated with the economy.

Know Your Customer Norms: If digital transactions are to be truly transformational, it is important to bring unbanked customers into the fold of payment systems. KYC regulations put in to ensure financial integrity can hamper the growth of this market and hence affect the aim of financial inclusion.

According to RBI guidelines, mobile payment services to be offered by banks are not only restricted only to their customers, but also to those customers who are KYC/AML compliant. Since subscription to a mobile phone also involves identity checks, this is a duplication of effort and can given rise to inconsistencies in norms. Standardizing the system of compliance across digital and financial worlds will also help sharing of data and information. These may seem as small glitches now, but can appear as roadblocks later on retarding the goal of integrating the latest digital technology with financial services. Discussion on evolving systems is important to keep abreast of technological and market developments.

Integration: Facilitate a variety of services that are easy to integrate with all sectors of the economy.

In the digital transaction market, there is a significant coordination problem that arises due to the overlapping role of multiple regulators of banking, telecom and payment system supervisors, competition and agencies involved in monitoring activities of money laundering and fraud. The problem is compounded because of the dynamic nature of the industry and continuously evolving technology. This means that the regulators have to be flexible, be quick on the uptake to change when needed and deliver appropriate regulatory orders in a coordinated and consistent fashion.

3. Ensure that the system can serve heterogeneous requirements

Inherent flexibility: A one size fit all approach that is currently the practice in banking regulation needs to change to become more flexible and adapt to the different needs of the consumers at the bottom of the pyramid, who are a highly heterogeneous group. The terms ‘masses’ and ‘under-privileged’ are a highly heterogeneous segment. They include self-employed and unemployed, cultivators and land-less laborers, literate and illiterate, nuclear households and joint families, indeed the range is large. And so are the requirements.

Conclusion: Financial inclusion is recognized as a goal by all policy makers as the economic growth and development story will remain incomplete without participation by the poorest of the poor. Evolving technology has changed the landscape of the financial world as digital payments bring with them significant efficiencies. Further, with the fast adoption of mobile phones and spread of the networks, costs of making transactions have been significantly reduced. Experiences in other countries and modern technology shows that the future lies in involving non-bank institutions as intermediaries. While vigilance is justified when confronted with new, unfamiliar systems, stifling innovations and market developments through extreme caution will only retard the growth trajectory of the economy. The policy makers should therefore work towards providing an environment where all stakeholders can perform the functions they do best. An added problem in the digital payment space is that the overlapping roles of multiple regulators leads to coordination failure and this should be well understood by all policy makers. The need of the hour therefore is to work with clarity and consistency and speed up the process of moving towards greater openness and greater certainty in the digital payment sphere.

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Facebook founder was thrown from the World Top 10 Richest People

Posted by super on August 21, 2016 in Marketing Strategies with Comments closed |

One of the founders of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, was thrown from dafar world’s 10 richest people in the field of technology or “the world’s 10 Richest technology billionaires”. Wealth of 28-year-old boy was greatly undermined by the decline in the value of Facebook shares.

Bloomberg reported, wealth Zuckerberg dropped 423 million U.S. dollars, because the company shares the world’s largest social media was down four percent to 20.04 dollars in New York. The value of shares was a record low of Facebook shares.

Zuckerberg wealth of current “live” 10.2 billion U.S. dollars.

Wealth value of approximately $ 400 million under James Goodnight, co-founder Cary, SAS software maker based in North Carolina, United States. Goodnight at position number 10 according to Bloomberg Billionaires Index.

Facebook shares have been sliding down 47 percent since the launch of the worth of its shares with a value of 38 dollars per share.

Zuckerberg’s wealth comes from owning 503.6 million shares of Facebook. The young man had other property in the form dlolar bentuh 150 million in cash and other liquid assets.

When a business Facebook is down, not so with Goodnight. 69-year-old grandfather has the largest software company in the world who earn 2.7 billion dollars, up 12 percent over last year.

Co-founder of Microsoft, Bill Gates, remains the richest person with a net worth of about 61.6 billion U.S. dollars.

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