Going The Extra Mile: Ireland’s Transport Sector

Going The Extra Mile: Ireland’s Transport Sector
The logistics sector is a vital component of the Irish economy. We look at the international and domestic challenges and changes facing transport and haulage. There were an estimated 48,800 people employed in core freight-transport, distribution and ...
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Smarter Stays

Smarter Stays
Powering the leisure sector is expensive, but with a little strategy, hotels can decrease energy expenses. The hotel and leisure sector uses vast amounts of energy and with that usage comes huge opportunities for carbon reductions, but the task of re...
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‘Uberisation’ And The Future of Global Chauffeuring

‘Uberisation’ And The Future of Global Chauffeuring
Uber and other transport network companies have transformed the global chauffeuring market. But opportunities remain in the sector for enterprising businesses that can offer a bespoke service. Uberisation – it’s one of those buzzwords that provokes a...
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Slipping and Sliding - Economics Weekly

Slipping and Sliding - Economics Weekly
The world economy seems to be struggling a bit. The latest global PMI manufacturing survey figure was consistent with growth between 2% year on year and 3% year on year. That is weak. But it is also predominantly centred on emerging economies. The US...
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Base Rate Cut, Is It Enough?

Base Rate Cut, Is It Enough?
The Bank of England’s surprisingly broad range of attempts to fend off a recession in the wake of the Brexit referendum has met only a half-hearted welcome from big business. The Confederation of British Industry said the unprecedented cut in the bas...
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