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Essential Aspects of Business Cyber Security 23 December 2017, 17:57 CET
Cyber Security has become a huge issue over the years both for the public and for businesses. The effects of cyber crime on businesses can be extremely damaging. Cyber criminals use a range of methods that could essentially result in your business grinding to a halt. This is because businesses these days as so reliant on digital technology.

Top 5 Forex Trading Strategies for 2018 23 December 2017, 17:34 CET
The key to smart trading is embracing a set of smart strategies that address the conditions of the market. In truth, being able to differentiate between profitable and unprofitable tactics, as well as applying a certain strategy to the market requires talent and a thorough comprehension of economics.

Credit Card Relief Programs That Works 23 December 2017, 17:34 CET
Being in credit card debt is a continuous source of frustration. And not being able to get out of that debt will make you a depressed individual. Credit cards give us ease to make big purchases without having to pay instantly. But on the other hand, this can make you fall in debt soon if you don’t pay the bills timely.

3 Reasons Why Business Intelligence Is the Key to Success in 2018 22 December 2017, 15:53 CET
There is no doubt that the hospitality industry is becoming more competitive, and it will continue to be increasingly competitive in 2018. There are a lot of positive signs coming from the market. Rapid growth is to be expected and you need to be prepared for the challenges to come to capitalize on that growth.

Various Ways to Fix Your Credit 22 December 2017, 13:21 CET
Your credit history is nothing but your track record for paying back the loans you take, as well as the level of your debt and the access you have to certain credits. Your credit information is collected and kept in a credit report and these reports can be accessed by various people, although they’ll need your permission.

Regulatory Red Tape Isn't Always an Oppressive Yoke: A Look at UK iGaming 22 December 2017, 13:15 CET
Regulation is often seen as a yoke around the proverbial neck of a business but it's ultimately the way to a safer, more prosperous industry. If there’s one recent example that's worthy of note, it's iGaming, otherwise known as the online casino and betting industry. Although regulation has existed in some form or another for the best part of two decades, legislative changes in the UK have ushered in a new era of regulation and oversight.

The Rivalries Rage On in the Retail Industry as Giants Take on Each Other 20 December 2017, 17:20 CET
It's a dog eat dog world out there and nowhere is that truer than in the retail industry. Some of the biggest retailers out there - including Tesco, Sainsbury's, and Asda - are doing whatever they can to topple the other, even if that means making ruthless job cuts, massive restructuring, and changing how they go about doing business.

London Still On Top For Business Location Choice 19 December 2017, 23:16 CET
London Executive Offices (LEO) have recently undertaken a study to find out the true value of a London business address. Results have found that 64% of business executives would chose a London based address as their business location of choice.

EU Continues its Crackdown on Lottery Monopolies Among its Member States 19 December 2017, 23:07 CET
The European Union (EU) is coming down hard on its member states regarding state lottery monopolies, deeming such systems has unlawful, breaching EU principles of "freedom to provide services" and the "constitutionally guaranteed freedom of choice".

EU governments' positions would stifle renewable energy revolution 19 December 2017, 18:23 CET
Today EU Energy Ministers have adopted their positions on four legislative proposals under the Clean Energy Package, which will guide the EU’s energy transition in the coming decade and beyond.

Member States abandon pretence of climate ambition 19 December 2017, 18:20 CET
EU governments showed their complete disdain for the Paris Agreement and Europe’s renewable energy future today, as ministers reached agreements on 2030 climate and energy laws.

The EU Looks to Get Tough on the Large Amount of Bad Loans 18 December 2017, 15:46 CET
It's no secret that Italy holds the majority of the EU's bad loans and with it receiving so much attention as of late it was only a matter of time before rules got changed, and banks started to cut bad debt.

Retailers support measures to help farmers in Omnibus Regulation - if they support competition 15 December 2017, 00:09 CET
Responding to the adoption today by the European Parliament and Council of the text agreed in October in trilogue discussions on the Omnibus Regulation Christian Verschueren, Director-General of EuroCommerce said:

Born Free urges EU to end ivory trade 15 December 2017, 00:05 CET
International wildlife charity Born Free, alongside a coalition of NGOs, is urging the European Commission to take bold action and shut down the ivory trade across the European Union.

How to support your business through Brexit 14 December 2017, 18:32 CET
If you are an entrepreneur, you may be wondering what the next few years have in store for you. In order to secure success, you will need to plan ahead, adopt a proactive approach, and make sensible decisions. This will help you to thrive in a changing market. It will also help you to gain the trust and support of your employees, customers, and industry peers. If you have a strong business plan and a handle on your finances, there is no reason for you not to succeed. Below are four ways that you can support your business through Brexit.

Traits of A Successful Business Traveller 13 December 2017, 23:47 CET
Travelling for business isn't always easy. It sounds like fun at first, but you’re often faced with long lines at the airport and schedules that are taxing on your mind and body. Keep in mind that the more experience you have with travelling for work the easier it'll become.

Funding Options for Your Small Business 13 December 2017, 17:26 CET
For a startup business, finding financing can be challenging.

Queen's University 13 December 2017, 13:45 CET
Some colleges across Canada have impressive legacies spanning many decades…and then there’s Queen's University.

Which Industries will drive European Growth in 2018? 12 December 2017, 18:00 CET
The EU area looks set to record its fastest growth in a decade in 2017 and indications are that the recovery will continue into 2018. The IMF has also raised its forecast for global growth for 2017 and 2018. But which sectors within Europe will actually create that growth?

4 Reasons Personal Credit Matters in the International Business World 11 December 2017, 13:22 CET
Personal credit is what is used to determine if you get approved to buy a house in the U.S., and sometimes even if you get a job. Travel to Europe and you'll discover that your credit rating in the U.S. doesn't really follow over. You'd have to get a credit card issued by a bank in the UK just to start building credit abroad, and most European nations still differentiate between business and personal lines of credit.

Three Great Ways to Use a Garden Room 08 December 2017, 17:59 CET
A garden room can be a wonderful investment and it offers a wide range of possibilities. They’re inexpensive to build, depending upon what you’re hoping to use it for, and they can also add value onto the home if designed correctly.

Concerns About Rising Personal Debt In Sweden 08 December 2017, 13:56 CET
Sweden is known for its enviable free market and high standard of living, but the country is currently facing issues surrounding personal debt.

MEPs vote for 2050 climate goal: carbon neutral EU 07 December 2017, 19:01 CET
MEPs showed they mean to make the Paris Agreement more than empty words today when they voted in favour of a net zero EU greenhouse gas emissions target by 2050 at the latest. They also called for both the EU and Member States to develop climate plans for 2050, and to make sure their shorter-term 2030 plans were consistent with those long term strategies.

European health community calls on the EU and UK to prioritise patients as crunch Article 50 decision approaches 07 December 2017, 18:58 CET
Today a group of organisations representing patients, healthcare professionals and the health care industry have called on the EU and UK to prioritise patients in the Brexit negotiations.

How to Unwind on Your Lunch Break and Improve Productivity 07 December 2017, 18:46 CET
You will more than likely juggle multiple tasks throughout the working day, which can lead to unwanted stress. When in full-time employment, you’ll want to spend you lunch break unwinding so you can return to your desk and work to your fullest. Many employees, though, tend to work through their lunch breaks, especially if they decide to eat at their desk. However, there are many simple ways you can improve your mental and physical wellbeing, leaving you completely rejuvenated for your afternoon at the office.

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