ToDate, a dating app set to eliminate catfishing and boost

ToDate, a ‘same day’ dating app which prioritises secure online dating, has launched in the UK. All users that sign up for ToDate have to be fully ID verified and approved via AWS photo recognition software, which eliminates catfishing and boosts online safety. ToDate has partnered with Credas to undertake the identity verification, and each […]Read More

Protecting Workplace Employees: Health and Safety

Employee safety at the workplace has always remained a primary concern amongst recruiters. But, when Covid-19 took a heavy toll on the world, the existing measures had to be reconsidered. So, don’t be surprised if you see routine checkups using Lateral Flow Covid-19 test kits at work. Simple hygiene and care aren’t enough to keep […]Read More

5 Key Methods to Adopt Using Vendor-Managed Inventory

Operating a business can be challenging, including keeping track of your inventory to get everything done on time. Using vendor-managed stock could be the answer to your inventory problems. A VMI could aid your business in many ways, enhancing your inventory. With vendor-managed inventory, you could have a smooth-running business in no time. What Is […]Read More

How Do Small Business Payment Solutions Change E-commerce? Valeria Vahorovska

Online payment systems have allowed companies to not only develop locally but also advance in foreign markets. Previously, everything depended on cooperation with banks, but they did not offer favorable conditions for business development — their solutions were suitable only for corporations. In her interview, Valeria Vahorovska explained why everything is changing in modern conditions and what […]Read More

Getting to Know You: Javon Charleston, Videographer

Javon Charleston was born in Decatur, Georgia and moved to Illinois with his family at two years of age. Javon attended Woodland Elementary and Warren Township High School in Gurnee, Illinois, where he distinguished himself in athletics, notably football, basketball, and track and field. Javon began his post-secondary education by attending junior college in Greenville, […]Read More

Business confidence at lowest in 21 months

Two new surveys have recorded sharp falls in business confidence as the uncertain economic outlook causes companies to become more pessimistic. The latest Lloyds Bank Business Barometer found that confidence among businesses fell by 5 points to 10 per cent in November, the weakest since February 2021, and economic optimism also declined, with the net […]Read More

Goldman to move traders to Milan to retain EU Links

A small number of London-based derivatives traders at Goldman Sachs are to move to Milan in a further sign of the steady trickle of City workers relocating into the European Union following Brexit. The changes to Goldman’s euro swaps trading desk will further boost the Wall Street bank’s presence in the Italian city, where it […]Read More

EasyJet bumps up its ticket prices by 20 per cent

EasyJet is to increase fares by more than 20 per cent and even higher at peak Christmas holiday times as the airline attempts to claw back losses totalling more than £2 billion. The bid to repair the fortunes of Britain’s busiest short-haul airline and avoid big seasonal losses will mean easyJet flying 17 per cent […]Read More

Wilko warns it could run out of cash

The struggling discount chain Wilko has warned it could run out of money if it is unable to secure additional financing by the end of next year. The family-owned chain swung to a loss of £30 million as sales fell by 3.2 per cent to £1.3 billion in the year to January 29, amid disruption […]Read More

HSBC announces it will close 114 branches across the UK

HSBC has announced that it will close 114 branches across the UK from next April as it blames the pandemic for a decline in footfall. The banking giant said it is investing tens of millions of pounds in updating and improving its remaining branch network, which will total 327 after the new wave of closures. […]Read More