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UK Medical Device Brexit Implications

On June 26, 2022, the UK’s Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) released the Government response to consultation on the future regulation of...

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Good news for Molson Coors as court confirms that use within the UK before end of Brexit transition period is use within the EU

In this dispute between rival brewing companies, the General Court found that there is no express provision in the withdrawal agreement that use in the United Kingdom before the end of the transition period is no longer to be regarded as use in the European Union.

Banking for the good times and the bad

Banks should be proactive in helping us manage our money better in the good times and the bad.

Is the just in time car manufacturing mantra ‘out of time’?

One of the things that has changed due to COVID and, to some extent, Brexit is that commonly held mantras of good management have started to be questioned.

Moody’s to Suspend Commercial Operations in Russia

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Moody’s Corporation (NYSE:MCO) announced today that it will suspend commercial operations in Russia. Moody’s will continue to support its employees in Russia. The suspension covers both Moody’s Investors Service (MIS) and Moody’s Analytics (MA) operations. Moody’s Investors Service will maintain analytical coverage for existing ratings from outside Russia. ABOUT MOODY’S CORPORATION Moody’s (NYSE: […]

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How Brexit and covid-19 disruptions contributed to an increase in product recalls across Europe

Brexit and the covid-19 pandemic created significant disruptions in both the EU and UK markets last year. With that in mind, new research has signposted a number of product safety and brand reputation risks that companies operating in Europe should prepare for now.

What the UK labor shortage means for warehouse workers

From Brexit to the COVID-19 pandemic, several factors have led to the instability of the UK’s labor market. The end of 2021 saw the country experience a severe labor shortage,…
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Kamyar Naficy, Founder/Principal KNECTCOMMS

Pemo: Welcome Kam, thanks so much for joining us today. I’m really fascinated by your experience and background and your expertise in marketing, particularly obviously to the FinTech sector. And I was wondering if you could talk a little bit about your overview of it all? Kamyar: Yes, sure. Well, thanks Pemo. Thanks for having […]

Russian Ruble Plunges, Panic in Moscow

Rubble crash, Feb 2022

The Russian ruble instantly crashed some 20% earlier today before their central bank intervened, with it still down 10%. Rub spiked to 90 per dollar from 74 last week, currently...

Amazon and Visa bury the hatchet over UK credit card fees

Visa says the agreement includes “a joint commitment to collaboration on new product and technology initiatives”.

Promising Times Ahead Despite Brexit Challenges Continuing

Today in this guest post, Rory O’Connor, Founder and CEO of Scurri, discusses Brexit challenges but looks forward to a positive trading future for retailers. Britain’s exit from the European Union has so far made trade more difficult and expensive – delays and red tape have assured that. While many factors have been at play […]

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‘Germany Europe’s ecommerce leader in 2025’

Last year, Germany, the UK, France and Italy generated 60 percent of the total European ecommerce revenue. The UK is currently the leader in ecommerce in Europe, even after Brexit. However, Germany is expected to take over that place by 2025. Ecommerce growth European ecommerce has grown steadily over the…

British MP Matt Hancock Considers Buying Bitcoin

The UK member of parliament said he hasn't invested in bitcoin yet but he is considering it.
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