It is that time of the era when you need to consider automating your home. Of course, everything is turning out to be automated and there is no possible excuse to live in an old fashioned way. You need to upgrade your lifestyle at some point in life. Home Automation is taking a toll with each passing day. One of ...

As the pandemic continues to disrupt business as usual, over half of leading marketers (58%) have identified an increase in creativity among in-house teams, according to new research. The findings are part of Bannerflow’s State of In-housing report, which now in its third year, targets 200+ senior European marketers with the most pressing industry questions. More than half of ...

Encouraging women into roles dominated by men is a hot button topic at the moment. With a big drive towards encouraging women into STEM, it’s important to acknowledge the lack of women in engineering, manufacturing and robotics. Whilst it would be wrong to assume that there are no women in these fields, it’s safe to say that a career ...

If you want to stay healthy, away from food-related infections and diseases, you need to find ways of enjoying fresh meals every day. Unfortunately, time is limited to most people such that they don’t have time to prepare their meals. At times, you are caught in-between situations you can’t prepare a fresh meal. What can one do to have ...

Sometimes, the best solution is the most obvious one. Staycation is definitely one of those, when it comes to tourism, as it implies travelling… close to home. Definitely an advantage, in these days of coronavirus. However, the tourism industry in general, and especially those at the helm, have more ideas, long term. Here is a look at the current and ...

You can’t make progress in your business if you’re not measuring it! Here’s why this concept is so important for entrepreneurs. One of the most common mistakes business owners make is failing to measure their progress or choosing to measure their progress against ideals and vague generalisations. Almost everyone does it, but it’s particularly harmful for business owners because it ...

Iconic sports car brand Aston Martin fell to a £322m operating loss in 2020, the firm said this morning, as coronavirus restrictions saw car sales fall a third. In line with this fall, total retail sales slipped 32 per cent, from 6,150 last year to 4,150 this year. Revenue at the luxury automaker also collapsed, falling 38 per cent ...

MPs could vote down plans to increase corporation tax from 19 per cent to 25 per cent amid opposition from Tory rebels and Labour, a senior minister has said. Rishi Sunak is expected to use his budget next week to announce a “pathway” to increase corporation tax over the course of the current parliament. It had been thought that ...

About 750 workers at Nissan’s car factory on Wearside are to be furloughed after the coronavirus pandemic led to a global parts shortage. The move will see the late shift on one of the Sunderland plant’s two assembly lines suspended for one week. Workers on the affected Line Two produce the firm’s Juke and Qashqai models. The factory employs ...

Talks to secure the future of Vauxhall’s Ellesmere Port plant will continue after no firm decision was taken on Wednesday. A board meeting of Vauxhall’s parent company ended without agreement on its fate, although an announcement is expected within 48 hours. Over 1,000 people work at the plant, with many more in the supply chain. The Business Secretary has ...

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