Category Archives: Business
There is no doubt that peer-to-peer (P2P) lenders have faced a certain amount of criticism within the UK markets during the past few years. Some claims have been erroneous while others were entirely unfounded. However, we may be starting to see a paradigm shift in regards to the ways in which such companies are viewed. One interesting example can be seen in the recent comments made by former P2P opponent and financial regulator Lord Adair Turner. How has his position changed, why has he backtracked on several perspectives and what could this signify for the peer-to-peer lending industry as a whole?
As one of the emerging economic superpowers of the twenty-first century, for the last decade, Israel has been making headlines around the world in fields as diverse as consumer technology, medical devices, and security.
Data is one of the most important aspects of any marketing strategy for your business; without it, how do you know if you are targeting the right people? Whether you build your data organically through marketing campaigns, or you are looking to buy datasets to kick start a campaign to get new business, keeping on top of your data is important.
Video conferencing has come a long way in the past few years, enabling it to be adopted by users on a wider scale than ever before. Businesses are turning to technology to streamline operations, with huge advances in technology allowing enhanced communication amongst teams. Video conferencing is allowing collaboration amongst team members to be much easier to achieve and maintain. If you are not already using some form of video conferencing it might seem like a daunting process, with so much technology out there available for businesses to use, all advertising their benefits as being unique and suitable for you. But, how can it really help your business?
The meeting room was, and still is, seen as a large room equipped with a mere table and chairs. Used as a private space to conduct meetings or have focused discussions about certain matters, it is not a particularly inspiring space to achieve high levels of productivity. With its purpose mainly for collaboration and getting people together to reach solutions, surely something could be done to improve it and make it more engaging and accessible.
The meeting room in your office is no doubt hard to book and most likely always occupied, making it difficult for you to get things done in the way you’d wish. So how do businesses tackle this? As with everything else in this digital age, technology stepped in.