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People and Culture Prove Biggest Obstacles to Digital Transformation

5 Dec 2019

Although the technology may prove daunting, it's usually unwilling or poorly trained personnel or an intransient corporate culture that undermine an organisation's attempt to negotiate its way through...Read More

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Chances to Climb the Properties' Ladder Abound at UK Licensing Expo

25 Nov 2019

The boom in digital media has seen an explosion in the number of licensed properties, with online-characters competing with cinema and TV icons for T-shirt acreage and plush placements, according to e...Read More

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Cybersecurity and Mobile Purchases Top Bill at UK E-commerce Show

18 Nov 2019

While the UK may be quitting the European Union, it's not yet giving up on the wider world of online sales, with exhibitors and attendees at the recent London eCommerce Expo all keen to burnish their ...Read More

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Craft Gins and Crafty Kitchen Tips Beguile BBC Food Show Visitors

11 Nov 2019

Birmingham was the setting for the summer 2019 iteration of the ever-popular BBC Good Food Show, the non-virtual version of one of the veteran British broadcaster's most enduring eating, drinking and ...Read More

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Businesses Now Virtually Convinced of Real-World AR and VR Benefits

7 Nov 2019

This year's London-hosted AR & VR World Summit saw augmented reality and virtual reality ditch the 'emerging technology' tag, with attendees convinced they could make a contribution to the bottom line...Read More

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New Brexit Date Set for 31 January 2020, with UK Elections to Take Place on 12 December 2019

31 Oct 2019

After being forced to break his pledge to bring the UK out of the EU by 31 October 2019, the UK Prime Minister was obliged to accept an extension to Brexit until 31 January 2020. In response to this, ...Read More

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Brexit: UK Parliament Votes to Approve Deal Reached by EU and UK but Rejects Timetable to Leave by 31 October 2019

24 Oct 2019

The UK and the EU managed to reach a new deal, the UK Prime Minister reluctantly sent a letter to the EU requesting an extension to Brexit, and UK MPs voted to allow the legislation on the Withdrawal ...Read More

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United Kingdom: Market Profile

21 Oct 2019

Although the United Kingdom continues to attract major inward investment from around the world and retains its top-tier status in business, tertiary education, industrial and scientific research and i...Read More

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UK to Grant 88% of Imports Tariff-free in Case of No-deal Exit

17 Oct 2019

On 8 October 2019, the UK Treasury and Department for International Trade – as part of the UK’s no-deal preparations – published an update to the UK’s temporary tariff regime that is intended to be pu...Read More

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The Greater Bay Area: Making an Impact with Integrated Services

16 Oct 2019

From mega infrastructure projects, like bridges and rail links, to tall buildings, related master planning, project management, design, engineering and consultancy expertise, the UK’s Arup is using it...Read More

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Brexit: PM Johnson Unveils New Proposals in Attempt to Secure Deal and Break Deadlock with EU

8 Oct 2019

On 2 October 2019, Prime Minister Boris Johnson put forward new (in his words) “constructive and reasonable proposals which provide a compromise for both sides” in an attempt to break the long-running...Read More

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Brexit: UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Prorogation of Parliament Found Unlawful by Supreme Court

26 Sept 2019

In a landmark judgement, the UK Supreme Court has ruled on 24 September 2019 that the decision to prorogue (suspend) the UK Parliament was unlawful, throwing the departure of the UK from the EU into d...Read More

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Amid Brexit Uncertainties, UK Appetite for Gifts Remains Undiminished

25 Sept 2019

While anything Union Jack-motifed may be a little hard to export to most parts of the EU right now, Brexiting Britain seems to have lost none of its innate love for sustainable penguin knapsacks or ec...Read More

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Brexit: Regulatory Challenges Faced by UK and EU-27 Companies in the Field of Chemicals Law

24 Sept 2019

Should the UK leave the EU by the currently foreseen deadline of 31 October 2019 without a withdrawal agreement in place, the EU’s laws will stop applying to UK-based establishments. This will be the ...Read More

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Brexit: EU Commission Publishes Preparedness Notice in the Field of Cosmetics

13 Sept 2019

The EU and Member States are preparing for Brexit and encourage stakeholders to do so as well. The European Commission recently published a preparedness notice for the cosmetics industry laying out th...Read More

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Brexit Jitters Fail to Undermine Confidence in UK Franchising Sector

13 Sept 2019

With the clock ticking down to the UK's departure – one way or another – from the European Union, would-be franchisees in one English region don't seem deterred from tactically investing in certain fr...Read More

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As Boris Johnson Suffers Sixth Parliamentary Defeat in Record Time, UK Parliament Is Suspended

11 Sept 2019

It will come as no surprise to Hong Kong readers that the UK’s MPs have once more rejected Boris Johnson's attempts for a snap election to be held before the end of October 2019. On 9 September 2019, ...Read More

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Snap Election Sought by UK Prime Minister After UK Parliament Votes to Avert No-deal Brexit

5 Sept 2019

Faced with the suspension of the UK parliament for five weeks in the months of September and October, British MPs voted on 3 September to take control of the parliamentary timetable. This paves the wa...Read More

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Businesses Involved in Trade of Consumer Goods with EU Face Important Legal Repercussions Ahead of a No-deal Brexit

30 Aug 2019

In light of the approaching withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union, Hong Kong traders might be concerned by the existing lack of agreement between the EU and the UK over the conseque...Read More

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UK Parliament to Be Suspended in Shocking Move Engendered by UK Prime Minister

29 Aug 2019

In a shocking but not wholly unexpected twist to the raging Brexit saga, the UK government has made arrangements on 28 August 2019 for the suspension of the UK’s parliament for five weeks. This period...Read More

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