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The Effects of Brexit on the UK economy

Britain’s vote to leave the European Union was motivated by a number of factors: the perceived erosion of the UK’s sovereignty, anti-immigrant and Eurosceptic rhetoric from tabloids and right-wing politicians, not having to deal with the EU’s regulations on human rights, border control and funding and so on. Brexit is still a sore spot for

The History of Manufacturing

As humanity began to settle down into pastoral communities dedicated to agriculture near the end of the Neolithic Era, society as we know it began to form. Humans slowly began to produce their own crops and domesticate animals for a variety of purposes, reducing the pressure on humans to hunt or forage for their only

Advertising on the Internet: Dos and Don’ts

I think it’s fair to argue that the reputation of advertising on the internet is located somewhere in the Mariana Trench. For decades, the quality of advertising on any site was usually rock-bottom, with ads for phishing scams dressed up as browser games, malware targeted at the uninformed, risqué ads for otherwise normal products appearing

Women in the Workforce & The Problems They Still Face

It wasn’t that long ago that a woman working in an office was considered laughable. Society’s attitudes to women have changed tremendously since the beginnings of an organised feminist movement during the early 20th century. Under the rigorous conditions of total war caused by both World Wars, women around the UK and America were called

The Risks and Rewards for Going Green

Climate Change has been a hot-button topic for several decades now. Although acceptance in the political sphere has been (and still is) slow, most people have come to the same conclusion as scientists: climate change is real, and a significant risk to the future prosperity of humanity and the Earth itself. However, with the election

What is AIM?

AIM, or Accelerated Implementation Methodology is a framework for addressing organisational changes that will transform how your business operates. It takes the change process from planning all the way through installation, training and an eventual Return on Investment. Its main objective is to remove any barriers between the planning phase and a successful implementation, which
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