Blockchain in supply chain and logistics

Blockchain can transform the global supply chain model for products in real-time with faster and more secure transactions. This technology provides a more secure alternative to a centralized database because a decentralized database has more than one official record…

Everything you need to know before using smart lighting system

Gone are the days when having a smart home meant meeting difficult-to-achieve conditions. You had to spend heavily on smart home devices. Worse yet, finding a reliable seller was more painful than using the devices. The ever-rising usage of smart…

Robotic arm- Unique features and uses of a robotic arm

The robotic arm has always been a feature of the manufacturing industry. With robots helping to make work lighter in factories for decades, you can describe them as permanent fixtures of manufacturing. Over time, manufacturing technology has evolved. It has…

The best merchandising strategies in store

In stores, brands usually implement both seductive and visual merchandising, applying them to various areas such as the fitting room, the cashier and the shop window. Juice wrld Merch focused on merchandising strategies, to applying them is one of the…

How information technology helps startup companies succeed

Various industries have been growing into giants these past few years. From the communications up to the food industries, it all comes into one: business. Business is one of the fastest-growing industries in the world today. Many aspiring entrepreneurs seek…

Oxford-Astrazeneca vaccine approved for use in Britain

The coronavirus jab developed by Oxford University and the pharmaceutical giant Astrazeneca has been approved for use in Britain, paving the way for a rapid rollout of the government’s vaccine programme. The jab, which has been shown to offer up…

Small firms need millions of new aid to survive tougher Covid restrictions

Small businesses have asked the chancellor for millions of pounds in additional support to get them through the latest coronavirus restrictions. A second round of grants, a new German-style reimbursement scheme for lost trading, improved terms for state-guaranteed bounceback loans…

A four day week can be affordable for UK business

A carefully designed four-day week could be introduced in the UK immediately and be affordable for most firms with more than 50 workers, a thinktank has said. A report by Autonomy – which is campaigning for a shorter working week…

Veganuary predicts biggest year as Covid lockdown inspires diet overhaul

Organisers of Veganuary are gearing up for their biggest ever year next month since the meat-free pledge was launched seven years ago, thanks to a surge in consumers tucking into more plant-based foods during lockdown and greater concern about health…

Be ready for the workplace of tomorrow with ASUS Expert Series

No longer a buzzword tossed around in business conferences, digital transformation has become a reality across the world. Primarily due to the need to reduce face to face interaction to protect both the safety of employees and customers from the…

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