Diversity and Fashion: What are the Most Influential Cultures?
The fashion world is bursting with inspiration, diversity, and creativity. Throughout the decades we have seen trends emerge, disappear and re-emerge. When it comes to clothing, we all have a particular style we strive to achieve with our everyday looks. But where do we get our inspiration from? With the emergence of social media platforms including Instagram and Pinterest, it has never been easier to find inspiration for our seasonal looks from trending celebrities and influencers.
Tenants vs Landlords: A Guide to Repair Responsibilities
The millennial generation is almost defined by the fact that they usually rent their homes rather than owning them. The UK housing market is making it harder and harder for youngsters to get on the property ladder unlike decades before — one in three millennials will never own a home.
How SMEs Can Support Their Finance Department During a Pandemic
COVID-19 pandemic is taking its toll on both the lives and livelihoods of the UK nation. For businesses, the challenge of regaining the monetary losses suffered in recent months commences. This is particularly true for SMEs.
4 Strategies To Keep Your Business Current and Competitive
Since COVID-19 forced the part-time closure of many UK businesses, companies must remain competitive in their market of operation. Although recent announcements have reinstated stricter rules, it’s vital that you as a business owner continuously look for ways to improve and adapt your enterprise.
Global Gift Giving: Top Christmas Gifts You Can’t Physically Give
Lockdown restrictions are tightening up again, making this Christmas one of the strangest—everchanging rules are affecting the entirety of the festivities. It impacts who we can eat Christmas dinner with and how we will be exchanging gifts with our loved ones.
How the Nostalgia Trend is Driving Sales of Personalised Products
The personalisation of gifts has boomed over the last few years. Everything from drinking glasses to sweet jars and suitcases with people’s faces on are available to buy as personal products. It’s estimated that the global market for personalisation will reach $31.6 billion by 2021. The growing gift culture is certainly helping to spearhead these predicted figures.
Perils of Efficiency: Procuring Supplies During a Crisis
Although lockdown has hit many industries across the world, some businesses have managed to remain somewhat operational, with supply and demand still existing for some products and services. However, during periods of extreme volatility and when business and supply and demand can shift drastically, procuring supplies can become almost impossible and can seem to ground to a halt. This can be a problem for some as many businesses in the UK rely on fast and efficient supply chains which are highly integrated and often operate cross-border.
Smart Construction: What Does the Future Hold?
We may not be gliding around on hoverboards quite yet, but if the construction industry is anything to go by, there are some breath-taking innovations on the horizon.