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So you’ve saved up for a deposit, and you and your special someone have found your dream home. But where do you go for your
So you’ve saved up for a deposit, and you and your special someone have found your dream home. But where do you go for your
Globally the resistance towards cryptocurrencies is waning as they are becoming a more accepted transaction method. This is great to see. Though I've always advocated the disruptive power of digital currencies, and their opportunity to break the status quo, I've never wanted the world of cryptos to remain a 'wild west'.
In 2017 the cryptocurrency market has increased seven-fold in value. Surging past the $140 billion mark, industry projections have the sector on course to exceed a value of $5 trillion by the year 2022. This marked upward momentum has been driven largely by the enthusiasm of venture capital investors, eager to claim a stake in the next big thing.
The big lesson for me has been that as soon as we start to think laterally about how our skills can be redeployed in other areas of business, then a whole new world of opportunity opens up. The challenge then becomes less about re-training, and more about making that initial jump.
The general election was historic for many reasons - Britain had a stark choice to elect its first female Prime Minister of the 21st century, nationalise many of the country's utilities and infrastructure to a degree not seen since 1945, or even renege on the decision to leave the European Union after all.
The RegTech Revolution and Why it Matters It may be far from the theatrical thrill of the great train robbery or the sheer
In many ways the planning system has done a good job: trying to balance competing demands for scarce resources and mediating between economic forces and the views of local communities. And, over the years, it has proved remarkably resilient.
In this strange dystopian present, the one constant has been inconsistency, and many firms, big and small, in the finance world have learned to expect the unexpected. So, for all this change on the political and economic scenes, the City has actually become one of the more stable epicentres on which the UK's global future continues to rest.
This growing movement represents untold opportunity for anyone interested in analysing consumer behaviour - economists, planners and business people will be able to study trends and data in real-time rather than relying on business surveys, historical statistics or tax receipts.