A "new normal" small business "mandate" for the "great reset" in a "post-nation state" can be a model for success.
One Word, Three Meanings
It's a surname - my surname - in English. It's a noun in Old Irish, Welsh, German, Norse and English.
It's a verb in Italian.
As a NOUN
ridire: singular; ridirean: plural. (nobility, chess) knight, cavalier. Derived terms: ridireach (“knightly, chivalrous”), ridireachd (“knighthood, chivalry”). From Old Irish ritire (“rider, knight”) (compare Welsh rheidyr), from Old English ridere (“horseman”), ridda, riddan (“knight”) (compare German Ritter (“knight”), Old Norse riddari (“rider, knight”); related to English ride (see réidh).
As a VERB
(transitives) to repeat, say again, retell, relate, gossip, recount, narrate, recite, reply, criticize, object, complain, find fault.
What is Ridire?
Sometimes there are those with professional skills and experience who have - for whatever reason - moved out of the traditional marketplace and now experience difficulty finding continued employment in their profession. This website is for them.
ridire.org serves small businesspeople who want to improve their visibility in their local marketplace.
ridire.org hosts highly integrated management and marketing solutions for independent business persons.
ridire.org believes in cooperative efforts that promote local talent and neighbourhood networking relationships.
ridire.org delivers a proven unique business development and marketing perspective.