Month: February 2019

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If you’ve business interests in Italy, or looking for an opportunity, you might want to get out there, be hands on and get to sample everything this beautiful country has to offer. But because this might not always be possible for busy business owners, and so you might need an alternative.

And there is a simple and inexpensive way to connect with Italy that needs nothing more than a landline or mobile telephone – so here’s how to quickly and easily set up a conference call between UK and Italy.

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If you do business with international clients there’s a good chance you’ll have to do much of your business over the phone as flying out to see them in person takes up far too much time and money.

So if you need to make an international conference call you’ll need a provider that offers this service – and ConferenceCall.co.uk has everything you’ll need to make a conference call within the UK or overseas.

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Honda has confirmed it plans to close its Swindon plant in 2021, leading to the loss of 3,500 jobs. An announcement was made this morning by Katsushi Inoue, president of Honda Motor Europe, who said: “In light of the unprecedented changes that are affecting our industry, it is vital that we accelerate our electrification strategy and restructure our global operations accordingly.

He added: “As a result, we have had to take this difficult decision to consult our workforce on how we might prepare our manufacturing network for the future. This has not been taken lightly and we deeply regret how unsettling today’s announcement will be for our people.”

Although Brexit hasn’t been explicitly cited as a reason for the car giant’s decision, it seems too much of a coincidence that the decision comes just weeks before the UK is set to leave the EU, with a possible no-deal departure looking increasingly likely.

The decision comes just weeks after Dyson announced plans to relocate its headquarters to the Far East.

The British technology company has announced that it is moving its headquarters from the UK to Singapore. The move will see Jorn Jensen, the chief financial officer, and Martin Bowen, chief technical officer, move to Asia, but the appliance manufacturer insists no jobs will be affected in its current head office in Malmesbury in Wiltshire.

The company insists that the move is nothing to do with Brexit or tax – chief executive, Jim Rowan, said: “It’s to make us future-proof for where we see the biggest opportunities.” – but it’s hard not to be at least a little skeptical and very cynical, given that Jeremy Dyson, the founder and figurehead of the company, is a fully paid-up, drum-beating Brexiteer.

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