Month: April 2019

TSB has become the first major UK bank to refund to cyber crime victims who are tricked into parting with money from their bank accounts by fraudsters.

But will more banks follow suit?

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Pakistan is a developing market with a young and increasing population of around 186 million – that’s three times the UK population – and around 55 million live in urban areas.

It’s reckoned Pakistan’s cities generate up to 78% of national Gross Domestic Product (GDP), with Karachi alone contributing about 20%. The growing and aspirational middle class has an appetite for creative, innovative and high quality goods and services.

There are over 100 British businesses trading in Pakistan – including some well-known names like Barclays, Unilever, Debenhams and Toni & Guy – and if you’re looking to join them, you’ll want an easy-to-use and cost-effective international conference call provider.

Around the world Conference calling Guides & How-Tos

Norway is the fourth largest country in Europe and although not a part of the European Union (EU), it  is a member of the European Economic Area (EEA) and does adhere to the same trading code practice as the EU.

Although Norway has a population of just 5 million, it is one of the world’s wealthiest nations, per captia, and its economy has remained stable throughout the economic crisis.

Offshore oil and gas is responsible for about 25% of value creation in Norway, with crude oil, natural gas and electricity account for about 65% of all exports.

As far as exports to Norway go, it is the UK’s 24th largest market – the market worth £3.5billion last year – and most common exports include: chemicals, machinery, medicines, petroleum products, as well as animal and vegetable bi-products.

Whatever your business though, if you export to Norway, or have any business interests out there, a conference call offers an easy and cost effective way to keep in touch, needing nothing more than a landline or mobile phone.

Guides & How-Tos

Mexico has a fast-growing economy – it’s currently the 15th largest in the world but is expected to be the fifth largest by 2050 – so no could be a great time to start doing business over there.

And if you’re looking to do business over there, it’s vital you check the pros and cons and then find yourself a reliable international teleconference provider – here’s how…

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Malta is an archipelago of seven islands that lies around 50 miles south of Sicily – and it represents a great opportunity for foreign trade as its lack of natural resources mean it imports most of its food and fresh water and all of its energy supply.

Malta became a member of the European Union (EU) in 2004 and joined the eurozone in 2008. Its economy is mainly dependent upon tourism, trade and manufacturing and its EU membership, combined with traditionally well-trained workers, low labour costs and favorable tax regime make it an attractive option for foreign investment.

With flight times from the UK clocking in at around three-and-a-half hours,  you’ll need a more cost-effective and convenient way to do business with your Maltese colleagues – an international conference call offers exactly that.

Guides & How-Tos