Month: September 2019

Brexit

Brexit – The Services Puzzle

Most of the Brexit discussions so far have veered heavily towards its impact on physical goods and their movement across borders. However, the focus on border controls and achieving frictionless trade in goods has inadvertently shunned a large chunk of companies operating in the services sector – a sector that generated £31 Billion in trade surplus for the country in 2018.

Business Writing Faux Pas

Business Writing Faux Pas

Business writing has its obstacles because the goals are different. These projects may involve training new employees, interacting with shareholders, or building a brand and professional image. It is less about entertaining the reader and more about conveying information, persuading readers, or getting people to act. Here are six common mistakes in business writing.

Procurement Methodologies

Procurement Methodologies

Procurement is needed to acquire goods and services for a business. Most businesses attain their clients through competitive bidding. Two of the most common procurement methods are extending an invitation to bid and sending a request for proposals. Though these methods seem similar there are some significant differences between the two.

Brexit

Brexit – Events Shaping British Politics

The UK joined the EU in 1973. Known as the European Economic Community back then, EU envisaged a political and economic union that allowed free trade and free movement of people to live and work in country of their choice. If Brexit goes through on the dotted line – 31 October, UK would be the first member state amongst the 28 European countries to withdraw from the union.

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