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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.

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.

Fire Regulations Remain an Unknown in Post-Brexit UK
UK voters approved a resolution to leave the European Union way back in 2016. More than three years later, Parliament and the Government cannot figure out a way to make Brexit happen. This has caused a lot of uncertainty across the board. Everything from banking to food sources will be affected when the inevitable finally happens. Even fire regulations are up for grabs.

Why is the Tesla Cybertruck Revolutionary
Tesla recently unveiled the highly anticipated Cybertruck and it is safe to say that they did not disappoint - not that Tesla ever does with their incredible events.

A new start for Europe, and need for new push for sustainable market solutions
Retailers and wholesalers in Europe expressed their support for the new Commission under Ursula von der Leyen. Speaking today after the convincing European Parliament vote in favour of the new team, EuroCommerce Director-General Christian Verschueren said:

2019’s Data Showing The Most Affordable & Least Affordable Places to Rent in England
With Brexit causing an impact on England property prices, recent data has shown that rent is unaffordable in over half of the cities in England!

What are the Best Company Cars for Your Business?
Looking to buy a company car for your business? This is a huge purchase and it is important that you take the time to find the right vehicle for your particular company. There are a handful of excellent company cars to consider available right now which could give a significant boost to your business.

SEO Services in Europe are expanding and here's why
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is here to stay. We have seen this from the rapid increase and attention it has gained throughout the last decade.

3 Things to Check Before Buying a Used Car
Very often, it's better to buy a used than a new car, especially if you've only just passed your test. Though it may sound obvious, the main reason is that as a new driver, you won't have to worry as much about repair costs with a second-hand motor.

A Genuine Virtual Assistant: Why Alexa is a Big Deal
While technological leaps are marked by incredible milestones, it can often feel like taking two steps forward requires you to take one step back.

The Importance of Financial Regulation in the UK
Financial regulation is important in protecting the treatment of consumers throughout the financial services. It helps to prevent people from being sold financial products they cannot afford, thereby reducing unethical practices throughout this sector.

Failure Is Part Of The Product Development Process
The vast majority of new products introduced to the market every year end up failing to gain traction in their particular niche. There are many analytical terms devised to explain exactly why a product failed but the most common reason is that, simply stated, no one wanted the product.

The UK Gambling Round-up: Last Year in Numbers
The UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) is known as a world-class and leading gambling regulator for good reason, and it doesn't just relate them being head honcho and top dog when it comes to player protection and a legislative framework but is more a reflection on the holistic approach they take to the whole industry.

To 3PL or Not To 3PL?
Is your company ready to use a third party logistics provider (3PL)? A third party logistics provider is a warehousing and customer fulfilment operation owned and operated by a third party, i.e, not your company. Mega-companies like Amazon typically don't use 3PLs, since they have the scale to own their own warehouses. And micro-companies that keep their inventory in their garages don't use 3PLs, since the costs of using 3PLs outweigh the benefits.

How to Start a Sole Proprietorship That Can Operate Anywhere
Millions of people dream of travelling, especially throughout the European Union (EU), where the countries are diverse, yet small and close enough together that international travel becomes a simple possibility. Unfortunately, career and work responsibilities often get in the way; you can't travel if you're forced to go into the office five days a week.

Can companies do more to help victims of domestic abuse?
Domestic abuse is a serious issue that affects both men and women and should concern individuals, governments and businesses alike. It is estimated that companies end up losing almost £2 billion yearly, due to domestic abuse, as one in four women and one in six men will suffer from domestic violence at least once in their lifetime.

Key Figures of EU Online Gambling Market
Europe is the sixth largest continent on the planet, comprising of 47 different countries, including the islands. Gambling is one of the most successful businesses on this continent; no wonder it generates the highest revenue compared to other enterprises.

Mayor of London 2020: Khan Unlikely to Fall Despite Stewart's Promise
A decade ago, the Conservative Party entered Number 10 for the first time since the departure of John Major in May 1997, initially as part of a coalition government with the Liberal Democrats. Four terms and three Prime Ministers later, Downing Street remains blue.

Buying Your First Car: What to Look Out For
Buying your first car can be both exciting and daunting. With so many different models to choose from, how do you know which one is right for you?

Are you planning to expand? Here's why market research is essential
Expanding your business in a new market can be incredibly intimidating. It is a completely new terrain that you know nothing about. And, since knowledge is power in the business landscape, you may want to spend some time on market research before expanding.

EuroCommerce and the European Retail Round Table to join forces
EuroCommerce and the European Retail Round Table (ERRT) have agreed to join forces, creating a stronger and more united retail organisation to safeguard and promote the sector’s interests on the European stage.

Belgium Restricts Online Gambling Advertising, Will UKGC Follow Suit?
The Belgian Gaming Commission has been catching headlines around the world and across various industries over the last year or so, being willing to put down heavy restrictions on gambling matters within its jurisdiction.

What European Businesses Can Learn From California's Ongoing Wildfire Crisis
With tens of thousands of people being evacuated in northern California due to wildfires, many are wondering what the impact on business will be.

The EU Begins to Impose Stronger Laws for Cryptocurrencies
The EU is tasked with coming up with laws that all of its member states must follow. However, the individual states are free to go further than the laws to tighten restrictions even more, which has been the case with cryptocurrency.

Gambling Regulations in Sweden
Despite the consistent sanctions against gambling in the European countries, many of the players have had to play on platforms that are licensed in other countries. Sweden has been among these countries, which for years sustained a strict policy against gambling.

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Time to speed up climate action
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