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The past few years have seen the provision of skills-based training and education revolutionised by the proliferation and rapid growth of massive open online courses (MOOCs), with marketing intelligence provider Key Note’s most recent Training report...

Sending and receiving greetings cards is a longstanding British cultural tradition. Despite the increasing use of e-mails, text messages and social networking in recent decades, card sending remains the most popular form of greeting in British society.

According to a new report...

The urgent case for addressing the construction industry’s obvious shortage of skilled workers is finally starting to gather meaningful momentum. Clear evidence of the problem was highlighted by various media reports in December 2014, which documented incidents of foreign bricklayers being offered work for up to £1,...

In 2014, the market for computer services was estimated to have experienced a significant 7.8% year-on-year increase in market value, as demand accelerated over the year in the wake of improved economic growth and the resulting rise in business expenditure and corporate IT budgets. While economic growth has spurred...

March 2015 marked 6 years since the Bank of England (BoE) slashed interest rates to the record low of 0.5%. It will also be the fourth-longest period of unchanged interest rates in the Bank’s history, and it’s a long one: it will celebrate its 321st birthday this year (finding a...

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