Industry Overview The consumer electronics industry is a worldwide multibillion-dollar industry that we all rely on in our everyday personal and work lives. This huge industry is centred on the communication and entertainment industry and has played a key role in our technological and scientific evolution. To put a figure on it, the electronics assembly industry was valued at an estimated $1.3 Trillion in 2015 and is expected to grow to approximately $1.6 Trillion by 2020! Quite a figure! European Electronics Industry The European electronics market has experienced hard times in…Read More
This Guide is the complete Rugby World cup guide for all of you who are going to attend a match and possibly travel Britain during the competition.
Entire list of Fixture for the Rugby World cup
List of Time Zones and the hours ahead or behind:
France, Spain, Germany, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Holland, Denmark, Italy are all One hour ahead of England. South Africa, Namibia, Botswana and Mozambique are similarly just one hour ahead of England.Read More
One of the biggest issues facing companies importing and exporting goods is where to get the best exchange rates. Contacting your local bank is usually the first thought that comes to most people. However, many CEO’s and business owners don’t realise that your bank is not the best choice when it comes to transferring your money. Let’s face it, your bank is not in the market of currency exchange, furthermore, it is in the market of making money out of businesses like yours that need to send money back and forth overseas…Read More
Bitcoin becoming one of the hottest new trends in the Silicon Valley, at the same time there are even some investment banks and venture capital firms, who want to enter in the Bitcoin industry. What are Bitcoins and why there are so many debates around Bitcoins? Bitcoins are completely new type of currency. Unlike the Dollar, the Euro or the Yen however they are not backed by any government. Think of it like the play money you get in the online games, but one that actually can be exchanged to…Read More
If are following the FOREX market (or any other financial market) in the last years, there is no way that you have not heard the phrase “Quantitative Easing”. Many people may be wondering what is hiding behind this somewhat ghastly sounding term. The phrase describes the unusual process that was initiated by the Federal Reserve, the central bank of United States in September 2008. At that time the markets have dried up. Nobody wanted to lend money and when lending stops the modern economies are under the treat of collapse.…Read More