Lord Sugar could call you his next apprentice

Lord Sugar could call you his next apprentice

Applications are now being taken for the 2020 series of The Apprentice. If you’re unfamiliar with the show, then quite frankly, where have you been? The Apprentice is a reality game show in which businessmen and women go head to head in various challenges to win an investment of a quarter of a million from Lord Alan Sugar, a business magnate. This investment can be used for a business venture created by the winner with…

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Finding Success with Auction Site for Independent Sellers

Finding Success with Auction Site for Independent Sellers

Although many major online retailers have some kind of marketplace feature that allows third-party businesses to sell their products through a trusted e-commerce platform, eBay is still one of the most popular places to achieve this. Image Credit In fact, many independent traders are generating significant revenues from the site, with the latest eBay rich list released recently to identify just how successful this strategy can be. Home-Grown Heroes The list focuses on businesses which…

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Negative Space introductions

Negative Space introductions

When you are creating your company’s website, there is a huge amount of information you want to communicate to potential customers as efficiently as possible. This can, however, easily lead to overcrowded pages, where it becomes more difficult for visitors to find the information they are looking for and therefore less likely to become customers. Image Credit That is where negative space comes into play. Also known as white space, negative space refers to intentionally…

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Medical Trial Revival through Brexit

Medical Trial Revival through Brexit

Since the UK’s decision to leave the EU was voted through, there have been many sceptics who have tried to claim that this result will be damaging for scientific research in the UK. However, the opposite could actually be true, as we become free from stringent EU regulations. Image Credit The EU Clinical Trials Directive took effect in 2004, which centralised large parts of the clinical trials process, and further regulations were set to be…

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 Multilingual Business Tips

 Multilingual Business Tips

Research shows that customers stay twice as long and are four times more likely to purchase from a website that speaks in their native tongue, but what are the practical implications of updating for the multilingual audience? Image Credit Website Content Matters Translating your website doesn’t necessarily mean starting again. It’s all about content. Although there are software-based options available, some even free, it’s important to edit content with search engine optimisation in mind. If…

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Why More Women are needed in Clinical Trials

Why More Women are needed in Clinical Trials

Currently more men participate in clinical trials than women, and it is making the results less reliable. Diversity is extremely important in clinical trials, and the FDA is currently pushing for greater diversity. Image Credit The FDA established the Office of Women’s Health around 22 years ago, and their mission is to push for the inclusion of women in clinical trials. This was implemented with new policies, science and outreach. This year the FDA put…

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Rugby League and Rugby Union have these 5 Differences

Rugby League and Rugby Union have these 5 Differences

We hear people talk about “rugby” a lot, but it’s often uncertain whether the person is talking about Rugby League or Rugby Union. There are many similarities between the two, but there are also significant differences that make them two different games.  If your a true fan of either you will know this from all the games that are screened on the television.  Off course if you have just moved into a new house or…

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Is the Wedding Fever over?

Is the Wedding Fever over?

Now that Wedding fever has finally started to fade in the United Kingdom with the wedding of Prince Harry to Megan Markle in 2018 we can start to look back on that amazing day in the castle of Windsor and get some of those answers about the ceremony that we were all dying to know about just a few months ago. If you’re still stuck for a venue and can’t afford Windsor Castle then a…

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A history of sitting

A history of sitting

Chairs used to be an item of furniture reserved for the elite and officials only, not being found in normal people’s homes when you look back into history. There are even some seats that are still used as a symbol of authority, for example, the speaker’s chair in the House of Commons, the Queen’s throne and executive chairs for those who ‘chair’ meetings. Not until the 16th century did the humble chair become the seat…

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