Weekly CEO News from Richard Ingram
Finance

There’s a great deal of posturing concerning Brexit at present, with those in favour of the move seemingly citing the successful rollout as vindication for the vote while ignoring the challenges being faced by exporters across an array of marketplaces.

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“If you make your bed every morning, you will have accomplished your first task of the day.” Former US Navy Seal William H. McRaven’s book is aptly named Make Your Bed. As well as earning a place as #1 bestseller,

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Despite Brexit uncertainty, in 2019, the UK remained in the top spot for Forbes’ annual Best Countries for Business list. The country maintained relatively high ranks in terms of innovation, workforce, and minimal tax burdens. However, while many businesses find

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With the exponential rise of Bitcoin (BTC) having soared in value to above $40,000 recently, and the popularity of Dogecoin increasing massively too following public support from the likes of Elon Musk, cryptocurrency is peaking the interest of millions around

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Bridging loans have the potential to be advantageous compared to more conventional loans and mortgages in a variety of ways. A few of the defining characteristics of bridging finance: The funds can be accessed in as little as 72 hours

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Many of you would have made detailed plans and set aside money for your wedding, investments for your kids’ education, and more. And you will also be regularly contributing to your retirement accounts. But when it comes to final expenses,

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Currently, young girls are growing up in a world where essential period products are out of their financial grasp — and due to the Covid-19 outbreak, period poverty is having a harsher impact than ever before. The Covid-19 outbreak we

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The Robinhood trading platform has been designed to appeal to the millennial and Gen Z demographic, through their zero brokerage and commission charges. The trading platform has garnered immense popularity since its inception almost 7 years ago and has an

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Card transactions currently cost UK businesses around £8 billion a year, with an average 3% transaction fee charged by some of the leading payment providers. At the moment, payments for these transactions also currently take around three to four days

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According to official government data, the Coronavirus death toll has exceeded 100,000, and continues to rise. A devastating statistic and one which would have seemed unthinkable 18 months earlier. One sector which has seen growth, as a result of this horrible global

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