Month: <span>April 2021</span>

The UK is Canada’s second biggest world trading partner – after the US – but quite where this relationship is headed after Brexit is uncertain. The European Union (EU) and Canada recently signed an that would benefit UK businesses and the economy by as much as £1.3 billion a year, but the UK won’t be benefiting from that should it leave the EU.

Even so, the latest estimates suggest that UK exports to Canada may increase by 29% (£2.3 billion) while Canadian exports to the UK could increase by 15%, so it’s not all bad.

And if you are doing business out there, or considering it, you’ll need a cost-effective and reliable conference call provider. Especially now that current Covid-19 restrictions mean that travel is not permitted between the UK and Canada.

Here’s how to conference call Canada in just a few simple steps…

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There’s always been something a bit mysterious about cryptocurrency – maybe it’s down to a lack of understanding about how it works, or maybe it’s a lack of understanding about why it’s needed.

But has lockdown changed our perceptions? And is cryptocurrency now mainstream?

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For as long as any of us can remember, working from home was seen as a perk – a way to miss the grind of the daily commute and get a better work/life balance.

But since many of us have been forced to work from home exclusively during the pandemic, there seems to have been a growing number of people complaining that they’re fed up of working for home and long for a return to the office.

Even the chancellor, Rishi Sunak, has weighed in and suggested workers might actually quit their jobs if they’re not allowed back to work. So, would you consider walking away from work if you were told that telecommuting was to become permanent?

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