In today’s digital world, people and processes are getting ever more reliant on technology, particularly the Internet.
The lending process has changed dramatically over the course of the past years, and so has our perception of loans. This is first and foremost reflected in the stock of personal loans, which has increased to $120 billion as of March, more than double compared to 2012.
The automotive sector is among the largest adopters of industrial automation especially the robots, in their production activities.
In a world where the quality of education continues to soar thanks to disruptive technologies bringing about innovative approaches in teaching and learning, there arises the problem of millions of students hoping to partake in active employment after school.
Everyone who invests into a new business dreams of it delivering big returns, but many companies fail to make their mark in today’s ultra-competitive marketplace.
The Chancellor’s Budget announced earlier this week by Philip Hammond has promised an ‘end to austerity’ for Britain.
Cryptocurrencies are digital currencies that are now being widely accepted due to its decentralised and anonymous approach in transactions eliminating intermediaries.
It’s no secret that small businesses are making serious waves across the education sector, utilising new technologies to improve how people can learn and develop new skills. Nowhere is this truer than in the UK, which ranks as the number one country for EdTech (educational technology) investment funding in Europe, a sector growing at an astonishing […]
As time marches on and disruptive, innovative technologies continue to pop up all over the world, it’s not always easy to tell if these developments will aid the disenfranchised or maintain the status quo.
Accounting, much like any industry, has seen its fair share of changes. It has proven to be a very challenging one too, but if you have a knack and drive for it then it might just turn out to be a really lucrative one.
In the United States, the same as in Europe, the number of connected TV users has witnessed a growth of 58% in 2016. By the end of 2021, it will jump up to 21%. Despite the fact that traditional TV viewing time has been declining in all countries, the total consumption of video content is […]
Over in the UK, the item that is currently dominating the political agenda is Brexit: The decision, made by the voting public, to leave the European Union back in 2016 is reaching the crucial negotiation stage and efforts to get the deal over the line have caused splits in the ruling Conservative party.
Renowned international investors like Jan Hammer, Oleg Boyko and Tom Wilson name fintech industry the biggest blue ocean of business opportunities and this is why
Over 37,000 homeowners used equity release as a way to earn income from their properties in the last year.
Financial services companies are going to have to work harder to connect with their customers—and being the first to roll out new technology just isn’t enough, says a recent study.