The creative economy getty The industrial revolution increased the supply of consumer goods, which then required mass marketing to stimulate consumer demand. Today household spending makes up 70% of the US economy. Advertising has played a fundamental role in creating the consumer economy. Many of the world’s best-known brands were built on the basis of
A civil disobedience movement opposing the military regime in Myanmar has paralyzed the economy, as workers go on strike, companies withhold taxes, and the overthrown government urges foreign investors to shun the junta. The movement has received mass support from tens of thousands of government and private employees who opposed Min Aung Hlaing’s February 1
Tata Consultancy To Recruit 1,500 Tech Workers In UK, proceed investing within the UK financial system
TCS has almost quadrupled its business in the UK almost organically over the past decadeTata Consultancy Services (TCS) has announced that it will hire 1,500 technology workers across the UK next year to continue investing in the UK economy. The announcement followed Monday’s meeting in Mumbai between UK Trade Secretary Liz Truss and TCS CEO
An independent report found that the BT Group contributed £ 322 million to Kent’s profits for the past fiscal year.The UK consultancy firm Hatch’s report, titled “Economic Impact of the BT Group plc,” also states that the company’s spending with contractors and suppliers, as well as the purchasing power of its own employees, accounts for
Companies that invest in circular economy business models benefit from their investments. New research from Kearney shows that county leaders tend to significantly outperform their traditional rivals. The survey of 150 companies from around the world looked at the advantages and disadvantages of circular economy models and found that 34% of the organizations surveyed can
Taking part in our half – how Leeds College Enterprise College is supporting the regional financial system
businessThere’s probably never a perfect time to start a new job, but just weeks before a global pandemic starts, it’s far from ideal, writes Julia Bennell.