Tariff Delays: How The Logistics Industry Can Overcome Them

The freight and logistics industry is plagued by several inefficiencies. Some of the most critical factors that slow down supply chains are attributed to delays. Among these delays are significant issues with tariffs. International trade and regulation represent a profound challenge for companies wishing to remain competitive. Compounding these issues is the fact that the logistics industry is undergoing a major transformation. Its current practices are outdated and inadequate. New solutions are coming from the development of blockchain-based digital ledgers...

Are your company mobile phones a data breach waiting to happen?

Whether as a perk or a way to accommodate employee desires to work remotely,company-issued mobile phones and laptops are becoming increasingly commonplace.These are often provided at considerable cost to a business—£270 per employee per month, according to one study—yet only 11% of businesses take more than one basic measure to protect their mobile networks. A recent study has shown that corporate data breaches, made all the more easy by the widespread use of company mobile phones, cost businesses nearly £6.1...

3 retail trends to look out for on the high street in 2019

Despite the 3.2% decline in footfall in November—the lowest November shopping figures since 2008—t’s not all doom and gloom for the British highstreet. Brands are constantly evolving the retail experience in order to attract consumers and entice shoppers back to their stores, and there promises to be some very exciting developments on the horizon. In this piece, we’ll look at the three retail trends to look out for in 2019. Personalisation With more stores than ever offering consumers a personalised...

More online brands are opening physical stores. Here’s why.

You’ve probably heard it countless times—online shopping will soon take the place of brick and mortar shopping forever. According to some news outlets, it won’t be long until the high street is dead, with the closure of stores like Toys R Us and Maplin sending the media into a tailspin. But whilst these assertions are understandable, the notion that brick and mortar stores are finished couldn’t be further from the truth. Not only is high street shopping alive and kicking,...

Chinese Dairy Giant Yili Group Attended UK Food Matters Live Exhibition

Food Matters Live, as the first cross-sector event in the UK and the leading food event of the world, is back at ExCeL on 20th November for its 2018 instalment, which attracted global attention. More than 550 companies attended the exhibition with the newest food tech and innovations and more than 20,000 experts and audiences discussed current issues such as the relationship between health and nutrition during the event. The Chinese brand, PRO-KIDO®, the master formula brand of China’s largest...

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