While the results indicate support for more ethical travel, the numbers imply a need for less talk and more action, and it is actually the travellers, not business, who are pushing for programmes to be more sustainable.
This week, Microsoft bid farewell to the much-loved Windows 7 operating system, nearly 11 years after it was first launched in 2009.
The new Conservative government has said that its first post-Brexit Budget will focus on rebalancing the UK economy and investing in the future.
Throughout the UKs ongoing uncertainty regarding Brexit’s potential impacts, industry leaders have called for the development of proactive post-Brexit plans focused on ensuring successful trade agreements and their frictionless execution.
So here we are at the start of 2020; a new horizon, a new decade, and for many new working fathers the start of a new dawn when it comes to work.
There is simply no way to combat the climate crisis without addressing transport, which represents 33 per cent of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in the UK.
The shifting requirements of today’s increasingly tech-savvy workforce, coupled with the rapid digitalisation of traditional working practices, mean that businesses are having to adapt quickly to meet changing workload demands.
The rental economy in the UK is booming. In fact, between 2007 and 2017 the number of private rental properties in the UK increased a huge 63%.
The majority of logistics professionals aren’t offered opportunities for training and development within their current organisation, despite the fact that Brexit is driving fresh demand for specialist skills.