Month: <span>April 2018</span>

You’re going to be hearing a lot about GDPR over the coming weeks, as the European Union’s new data protection legislation takes effect in just over a month’s time, on May 25.

And it looks like it;s going to be a timely piece of legislation, giving the ongoing controversy surrounding Facebook’s use of data, which has seen the social networks CEO answering some tricky questions in front of the US congress.

There’s one tech giant that seems unfazed by the new rules though…

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If you’re a BT customer, there’s a good chance you’re not too happy with the the service you’re paying for – the telecoms giant has more complaints from it’s mobile and broadband customers than any other, according to figures from Ofcom, the telecoms regulator.

So, who are the UK’s best and worst broadband and mobile providers?

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Here’s a stat for you – Spain’s investment in the UK is more than th e whole of the Latin America’s combined, making Spain one of the largest investors in the UK.

And despite its recent economic troubles, Spain is the fifth largest economy in the European Union (EU) and the fastest growing in the eurozone.

When it comes to exports, Spain is the UK’s 8th largest market and in 2011 exported UK goods and services were worth £15.28 billion.

There are 900 UK companies currently operating in Spain, with businesses like Tunstall and Primark increasing their investment, while Dealz-Poundland, Stella McCartney and Jo Malone are among new UK investors in Spain.

If you want to join the legion of ex-pats and invest in a Spanish business opportunity – or even if you have business interests out there already –  you’ll need an easy and cost-effective way to keep in touch – which is where a conference call comes in.

And here’s how you can arrange one for up to 100 participants using nothing more than a mobile or landline telephone…

Around the world Conference calling Guides & How-Tos

Positioned in the middle of the European mainland and flanked by Croatia, Hungary, Austria, Italy, and the Adriatic Sea, Slovenia is the ideal gateway to doing business in south eastern European markets. Not one of Europe’s biggest markets, it is developing economically, and has about 20 British businesses operating from there, including Astrazeneca, Castrol, Shell and Unilever.

If you want to tap into this emerging market, and take advantage of its central location, here’s all you need to know about exporting to Slovenia.

Around the world Conference calling Guides & How-Tos