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Going Green in the European Union 16 July 2018, 22:25 CET
It is no longer new - all over the world, you see and feel a number of initiatives for 'going green', which is the hip term for thinking of and establishing structures and solutions that are not only economically sound, but more importantly, environmentally helpful and healthy.

Why Skill Development is Vital for Registered Nurses 16 July 2018, 22:14 CET
The healthcare industry provides vital services to people from cradle to grave, but it's also hugely important economically as not only does it provide employment for large numbers of people within the sector, it also supports a vast number of other jobs in everything from manufacturing to logistics and construction.

How EU Startups Can Attract International Investors 16 July 2018, 20:06 CET
Silicon Valley isn't the only place in the world for budding startups - the EU is starting to become a hotbed of entrepreneurship in its own right.

How to Lower International Shipping Costs 16 July 2018, 20:00 CET
If you’re launching a startup in the EU that sells products worldwide, you might be excited about your prospects for growth. A global audience is, after all, much bigger than one you could find in your home country, and with the right marketing investments, your scalability could be practically infinite.

Your Complete Guide to Software Testing 16 July 2018, 19:01 CET
Software testing is a process from the software development. It happens when business-critical software gets verified for quality, correctness, and performance. The software testing is used due to the fact that the company systems and products must perform correctly in order to reach the expectations.

Brexit chaos 'more nerve-wracking than the World Cup', say parcel export experts 09 July 2018, 17:25 CET
'We'd rather watch England take penalties in the World Cup final than see Britain go into the final round of Brexit negotiations so disunified' says ParcelHero

Surety Bond Vs Letter Of Credit: Which Option Is Recommended? 09 July 2018, 17:18 CET
The economic environment is changing at a rapid pace, influencing the choices that businesspeople make. Tough decisions have to be made regarding the types of goods and services produced, use of high-tech methods, and distribution of products and services. There is a great need stability. Even if the economy is stable, enterprises still have to monitor their internal operations and keep track of any changes in consumers' habits and lifestyles.

How Do Public Safety Regulations Protect Workers? 06 July 2018, 23:34 CET
Can workers rely on the government to keep them safe while at work? Learn how the local public safety regulations protect you on the job.

"No Deal" with EU Brexit Negotiators Continues to Affect UK Retail Sector 06 July 2018, 23:28 CET
As UK politicians and Brexit negotiators remain in a deadlock with their EU counterparts, the prospect of a 'no deal' scenario is having a ripple effect on the UK retail sector. The Institute for Public Policy Research has produced a report stating that people living outside London will have to deal with rising prices as retailers face increased production costs.

Latest Statistics Indicate Sole Proprietors Are the Backbone of UK SME Growth 06 July 2018, 23:23 CET
Although the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy will not be releasing statistics for the fiscal year 2018 until late November, the most recent statistics from 30 November 2017 clearly indicate that small to medium size enterprises currently account for 99.5 percent of all businesses in every industry.

Europe-wide study on 'shock-proof' firms ahead of Brexit 05 July 2018, 23:46 CET
A new study on business resilience in five European countries will draw up lessons on ‘shock-proofing’ firms on both sides of the Channel ahead of Brexit.

Cryptocurrency Regulatory Measures Expected To Take Effect After EU Parliament Vote 05 July 2018, 23:36 CET
The past few years have been quite instrumental for the growth of cryptocurrencies. The industry has been experiencing a lot of positive development and this has translated into huge gains for shareholders in the market. For the first time, a number of government and state institutions around the world are taking a keen interest in cryptos. The latest governmental entity to express their interest in regulating cryptocurrencies is the European Parliament.

EU Parliamentarians support an open and democratic debate around the Copyright Directive 05 July 2018, 23:17 CET
EU Parliamentaries decided on 5 July that the initial text proposed as the Copyright Directive Reform needs to be re-opened for edits. This will allow the 751 MEPs to propose amendments in September and call for the deletion of the notorious Article 13.

EU Rules and Regulations on Health and Safety at Work 05 July 2018, 23:16 CET
Standards are everywhere, providing individuals and organizations with a basis for mutual understanding. Every action that is carried out by the European Union is founded on treaties, which have been approved in a way that follows the principles of democracy, catering for economic, political, military and other purposes.

Do not waste your money at home! 05 July 2018, 23:14 CET
At present, it is completely pointless to not invest your savings. Why? Because they do not generate any income and you simply lose them. If you still keep your savings in an old sock, it is the highest time to change it.

Blockchain Startups in Germany 04 July 2018, 23:25 CET
Modern Berlin has always been an uber hip place to hang out - at least after the tearing down of the Berlin Wall in 1989. Once the artificial separation of the East and West parts of the city was removed, this once and future vibrant center of Europe drew artists, thinkers, writers, and hipsters from near and far. It should come as no surprise that when a burger joint began taking Bitcoin as payment for food back in 2011, the smell of money drew the odd bedfellows of lefty entrepreneurs and right leaning venture capitalists to scope out the blockchain startup scene.

Can We Expect the Spanish Online Gambling and Betting Market to Grow in 2018? 03 July 2018, 16:37 CET
Almost every European country saw a substantial growth of its gambling industry over the last few years. Spain, however, saw a growth in its online gambling industry that is beyond dramatic.

5 Things You're Not Told When You Start Your Own Business 03 July 2018, 16:09 CET
When you start a business, you're told to do many things. You’re told to put your customers first, to grow your brand, to market yourself well, to make sure you receive full payment. Yes, you're told all these important things, and for a good reason, too.

Best Website Builder Tools and Hosting for Small Businesses 2018 03 July 2018, 14:17 CET
Small businesses operating today can't afford not to have an online presence. Customers expect even the smallest of businesses to have a website, and given how readily available the necessary tools are, there's no excuse not to have a website!

A Brighter Future: The 5 Benefits of a Degree 02 July 2018, 18:53 CET
Anything worth having is worth working hard for, and only those passionate enough about their future will be willing to obtain a bachelor's, master's, or doctorate degree. Yet, studying at college level is a big decision and one that shouldn't be rushed.

Sustainable European business models that drive growth 02 July 2018, 15:42 CET
At a European level, the focus falls lately on sustainable development and sustainable and responsible business models.

Millennials are most generous generation when it comes to financial support 29 June 2018, 13:43 CET
Young people in Britain are, for the first time, more likely to provide financial support than any other generation, research by guarantor loan company, UK Credit, can reveal.

Banks Building Brexit-Proof Teams In Case Of Bad Deal 28 June 2018, 15:41 CET
With uncertainty of Brexit looming over the financial market, banks have been quick to start recruiting teams of experts to ward off any potential consequences of the UK unceremoniously leaving the European Union.

How to make your website ready for GDPR 27 June 2018, 18:27 CET
By 25 May 2018, the UK will be replacing the Data Protection Act 1998 and introduce the EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). But what exactly does this mean?

Survey shows Solvency II brings benefits but deters long-term business 26 June 2018, 23:21 CET
A survey of insurers from across Europe has shown that over three quarters of the respondents have seen a positive effect from the EU's 2016 Solvency II regulation on their risk management and governance practices and on their management of assets and liabilities.

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