Category Archives: Business

Brexit threatens UK IT prosperity

UK organisations are suffering from a digital skills gap at every level and Brexit will further reduce Britain’s access to tech talent according to a new survey by graduate IT training and services provider Sparta Global. The survey was completed by 88 leading technology professionals

225,000 Northern line commuters to benefit from new timetable

From this week, hundreds of thousands of Tube customers will benefit from quicker and more frequent journeys on the Northern line – as TfL doubles the length of its highest frequency ‘evening peak’ services in the central London section. The improvements, which follow weeks of

White Glo launches Charcoal Deep Stain Remover toothpaste in the UK

Australia’s leading teeth whitening brand,White Glo, has launched its new Charcoal Deep Stain Remover toothpaste in the UK. The toothpaste makes use of activated charcoal particles to draw out stubborn stains, fight bad breath and detoxify the mouth. The highly absorbent charcoal technology traps colour

Luton Airport hosts exhibition in Parliament

London Luton Airport (LLA) is hosting a week-long exhibition at the Palace of Westminster to celebrate its 80th anniversary. The event kicked off with a reception at the House of Commons on Monday 29th January which was attended by a number of ministers and Members of Parliament

Leon Stevens joins Workbooks as Chief Revenue Officer

Workbooks, the UK-based leading CRM vendor, today announces that Leon Stevens has joined the company as Chief Revenue Officer. Stevens brings 25 years of senior experience in the software and services industry during which he successfully led and built sales teams with blue chip companies

Maximise profits with a business mileage tracker app

Go back a decade or two and tracking your business mileage meant keeping shoeboxes brimming with receipts, scraps of paper and scribbled notes – all of which would be strewn across the living room floor when tax season came along. Thankfully, times…and technology have changed

New build buyers left exposed to Japanese knotweed risk

Buyers of new homes are being left exposed to the risk of Japanese knotweed as housebuilders are not required to complete the standard TA6 Law Society Property Information form as part of the conveyancing process. Japanese knotweed removal firm Environet has dealt with several cases

Harrow launches new tax break for most vulnerable young adults

Young adults leaving care get 6 month Council Tax break “Small investment to make big difference” to their chances Leg-up gives time to adjust to life outside care structure Research shows new measure increases successful self-reliance Harrow Council is cancelling Council Tax bills for young

Everything You Need To Know About Data Privacy Day 2018

The 28th of January is Data Privacy Day and the privacy awareness issues it raises have never been so important. Today we use a range of connected devices like never before, ranging from computers and smartphones to personal assistants such as; Amazon Echo and Google Home, smart