Beautiful landscapes, rugged coastlines and mountains, a land seeped in culture and history, friendly people and a multi ethnic population. This is what New Zealand offers, making it onto lists of best places to immigrate to among developed, English speaking nations. Quality of life, cost of living, work-life balance, modern city life or a more rural small town existence, ...

What are the main advantages of AI in marketing and how can it help you optimize your campaign’s performance? Find out more about the potential of AI marketing. Today, more than 60 percent of companies use artificial intelligence in their daily decision-making. There are indeed many advantages to implementing AI technologies. It enables marketers to collect and process huge amounts of ...

Nowadays, we rely on mobile phones for various uses in our every day to day life, for instance, in communication and browsing the internet as well. With technological advancements, most processes can be tailored to mobile phone software for convenience. One such advancement is a mobile maintenance software which is available for industries to utilize for maintenance purposes. Given ...

A leading investment bank has predicted the government will extend the furlough scheme in an attempt to slow the “large and rapid deterioration” of the jobs market. Morgan Stanley said that, given Britain’s relatively slow transition off furlough, it expected an extension to the scheme, albeit in “a less generous and more targeted format”. The coronavirus job retention scheme ...

Virgin Atlantic is to cut a further 1,150 jobs and put another 600 cabin crew on extended furlough beyond October, despite securing a £1.2bn rescue plan that was signed off by a US court on Thursday night. Virgin said the job losses, on top of 3,150 already announced since March, were “heartbreaking, but essential” to ensure its survival, with ...

Sandy Boxall explains why the time is now for all organisations to harness the power of automation and reap the profitable dividends which will surely follow. I found myself flicking through my 2020 calendar the other night – talk about a blast from the past. The months of March, April and May echoed to the silent regret of cancelled meetings, ...

Businesses trading with the EU are demanding an urgent meeting with government ministers over concerns there are significant gaps in the UK’s Brexit border preparations. Eight logistics organisations have written to say they fear the supply chain that keeps supermarket shelves stocked daily will be severely disrupted next year if issues are not resolved before Brexit. They have expressed concern ...

Discussing the impact of covid on the industry of love and meaningful relationships is a normal day for Romain Bertrand. He highlights the sheer importance of constant research into customer needs, in order to be agile when change occurs. The art of communication and the science of love and meaningful relationships is a global business for eharmony. We talk to ...

The fall in the workforce using town and city office blocks took its toll on the retail sector last month, as the number of people going shopping plunged by more than a third compared with the same month last year. The 34.8 per cent slump in shopper numbers recorded by the British Retail Consortium was only a 7.3 percentage point ...

The numbers of cars, pedestrians and cyclists are close to pre-lockdown levels in London and northeast England. Bus traffic in London last week was about 95 per cent of the level in the week to March 22, the period just before lockdown, while in the northeast it was about 90 per cent, according to the Office for National Statistics. Car ...

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