How you can lift your business once again during these times?

Local businesses have suffered a great deal due to economic lockdowns and limited movement of people. They have faced immense difficulties to fulfill their inventory demands and also the inability to resume their business operations has caused absolute losses. While they may have missed out on making profits in recent times due to the […]

Create your own app for free this weekend and boost growth in a contactless manner

Discover a free app solution and the essentials you need to ensure that you create an experience that’s just right for your clients or customers. We all know that we need to design a new site for mobile use and ease first, before translating it into desktop versions. Average web stats show that a […]

UK hotels and restaurants hit by wave of Christmas cancellations

Hotels and restaurants have been hit by a wave of cancellations as new coronavirus restrictions throw the country’s Christmas celebrations into doubt and raise the prospect of a fresh setback for the high street. If new rules banning gatherings of more than six people remain in place over the festive season, analysts say, the […]

Welsh health and beauty firm hits £25m in sales as demand for organic and vegan products soar

A Welsh business that sources and sells natural and organic health and beauty products has hit the £25 million turnover mark, after increasing sales by 25% year on year. Naissance, based in a 40,000 square foot warehouse in Neath, Wales was founded in 2005 by entrepreneur Jem Skelding from his spare bedroom. His childhood […]

Under-5s toy retailer Kidly raises £4.2m

An online toy retailer set up by one of the first employees at Asos has raised £4.2 million from investors after a rise in sales driven by parents looking to entertain their children during lockdown. Kidly was founded in 2016 by James Hart, former ecommerce director of the online fashion retailer, shortly after he […]

How the eCommerce industry in the UK is changing to meet increased traffic demands

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to force people to stay at home and shop from their devices, the eCommerce industry grows by leaps and bounds. Statistics show that this growth isn’t quite as even as people might have originally believed, however. Larger established online retailers have taken the lion’s share of the market, which […]

Interview: Roberto Casula – Eni

We were recently offered a chance to interview Roberto Casula, Eni Senior Executive and a well-respected business leader in the global energy arena to discuss innovation in the oil and gas industry, talent management and mentorship at Eni. Roberto Casula is presently engaged in open innovation and corporate venture capital at Eni. From 2004 […]

Tesco set to trial drone delivery service

A Tesco drone delivery trial will see small items dropped off at customers’ homes within 30 minutes of ordering. Based at Tesco’s Oranmore store, County Galway, the drones will deliver “small baskets” of goods to the local area. The drones, supplied by Manna, which already runs medicine delivery trials in Ireland, will launch next […]

What you need to know about online 3D printing

3D printing is a making procedure that generates 3D items by combining material until the object or item is over. Three-dimensional objects online printing allows you to create intricate shapes with the help of less material than out-dated manufacturing techniques. You can select a 3D scanner, haptic device, app, or 3D modeling software, code […]