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Your Personal Financial Health: A Complete Guide
Financial health is a buzzword that many people simply decide to overlook and ignore. That's certainly understandable - many people feel that they're enjoying financial security if not plenty, and they're therefore unconcerned about the health of their finances overall.
Legal and Public Affairs Manager, European Federation for Hunting and Conservation
FACE, the European Federation for Hunting and Conservation, is looking for a Legal and Public Affairs Manager to join its team in Brussels.
Project coordinator Property Services & UNI Care sectors, UNI Europa
UNI Europa, the European services workers' union, is seeking a Project Coordinator covering for the Property Services and UNI Care sector.
Programme Managers, European Environmental Citizens' Organisation for Standardisation
The European Environmental Citizens' Organisation for Standardisation is looking for two highly motivated Programme Managers to join their Circular Economy team.
Legal Liaison Officer - Grand Corruption Cases, Transparency International (TI)
Transparency International (TI) is looking to recruit a Legal Liaison Officer - Grand Corruption Cases.
Best Countries For Entrepreneurship
Where are the best countries for entrepreneurs and launching your next startup? You can start a business anywhere. Yet, if you talk to the most successful entrepreneurs, location matters.
Where We Stand with Brexit Now
Brits shouldn't think that they alone are tired of the stress of Brexit and can't wait for the government to decide one way or the other. A lot of people in other countries are feeling the same, and Brexit fatigue has set in there too.
EU energy ministers must phase out fossil gas and improve their 2030 plans
Today, EU energy ministers have discussed sector integration as well as the state of play of the National Energy and Climate Plans (NECPs). Continued reliance on fossil gas and the fact that the plans are still falling short of climate ambition flies in the face of the European Parliament acting "Climate Emergency" last week.
The European environment - state and outlook 2020: knowledge for transition to a sustainable Europe
Europe will not achieve its 2030 goals without urgent action during the next 10 years to address the alarming rate of biodiversity loss, increasing impacts of climate change and the overconsumption of natural resources. The European Environment Agency's (EEA) latest 'State of the Environment' report states that Europe faces environmental challenges of unprecedented scale and urgency.
Tariff threats will follow tech tax but internet monopolies must be addressed
Professor Mark Skilton, digital media expert at Warwick Business School and industry director of the Artificial Intelligence Innovation Network, comments:
A Guide to Preparing Your Business for Brexit
For a lot of businesses, the frustration over Brexit doesn't only come from worrying about the right deal, but simply the need for a final decision in order to best prepare for the outcome, whatever that may be.
France's agri-food industry continues to shine with R&D and innovations
Agri-food is France's largest industrial sector with 61,000 businesses, 570,000 personnel and annual revenues of EUR 185 billion. However, the industry is not resting on its laurels, and French agri-food professionals are innovating across the industry.
Here's How UK Tech Businesses can Compete with Silicon Valley after Brexit
Brexit is quite possibly the biggest and most political issue that the UK has faced in quite some time. The vote to leave has damaged the UK economy and when you look at all of the uncertainty and volatility, you will soon see that there’s a lot on the line. That being said, the UK does have a reputation as being an international tech hub and it may be able to bounce back.
Projects and Activities Support Officers, European Border and Coast Guard Agency
The European Border and Coast Guard Agency (Frontex) have vacancies for Projects and Activities Support Officers (several positions).
Is Gaming Business the Fastest Growing Industry In the Europe?
Last year in 2018, the size of the European video gaming industry was worth USD 19 billion and it is expected that it will reach USD 21.5 billion by the end of 2020. Due to rapid technological advancements, the latest gaming facilities have reached to every corner of the world.
Top Four Reasons to attend Military Robotics and Autonomous Systems 2020 in London
SMi Group share the top four reasons to attend the only event specifically dedicated to robotics in the land environment, taking place next April.
Know the Difference between Spread Betting and Forex Trading
Many people believe that Spread Betting and Forex Trading are similar, but the fact is that they are different and there are numerous important variations between both that ought to be understood.
How do you Start an eSports Business?
eSports is already a multi-billion dollar industry that is flourishing each year and it is expected that by the end of 2020 its worth will exceed to USD 1.5 billion. Since the industry holds immense potential, there are many investors who are aiming to start their own eSports business and penetrate into this niche.
The Impact of Online Gambling on the UK Economy
Online gambling is a huge industry. It's worth millions upon millions of pounds and continues to grow as more and more casinos arrive on UK shores.
Choosing the Best Data Entry Outsourcing Company for Your Startup
All companies, no matter how big or small sooner or later will have to handle considerable amounts of data. Digitalization is necessary for better handling of the business. For entrepreneurs to better manage big data volumes and maintain proper quality, they need to turn towards the most effective data management.
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EUbusiness Week no. 851
Time to speed up climate action
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The Week Ahead no. 456
COP25 climate change conference - rail passengers' rights - money laundering - Pollinators Initiative

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