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Liberis Survey – British Consumers Prefer Independent Businesses

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Liberis, who provide small business advance loans, wanted to find out what consumers’ attitudes are towards independent businesses so they surveyed over 200 people about their buying habits. The responses revealed that a large proportion are keen to up their spend with small businesses this year and beyond, with many overlooking price …

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British People Spending Less on Their Engagement Rings

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It has been revealed that British people are spending less on their engagement rings. It is thought that Brits now spend 19% less on their engagement rings than they did 5-10 years ago.

Research carried out by Protect Your Bubble, the jewellery insurance company has shown that the cost of wedding rings has …

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New Experiences to Enjoy Online

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Since technology has advanced and the Internet has become more accessible to people around the world, people are moving online to conduct business transactions, for entertainment, for shopping and more. The world has opened up to each individual who has access to the internet, with a wealth of new experiences and conveniences available. Past experiences …

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Flavour of the Month: Electronic Cigarettes By Montserrat Sanchez, E-Liquids & Flavour Innovation Leader at Vype UK

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Have you attempted to describe the taste of food or drink to someone who has never tried that particular product before? What adjectives do you use – sweet or savoury, spicy or smooth; full of fruity freshness or does it pack a punch with a cool kick?

Would your friend be able to …

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Kenyan Farmers Experiencing a Boost in Their Incomes

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The incomes of 20,000 Kenyan farmers will be experiencing a boost in their incomes because of ‘Afrocados’. These organic avocados are available to buy in Europe and were originally sourced from just South Africa. However, a change in the last few years has seen that more produce is being imported from around 20,000 different farmers …

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Care Label Project Launched by Electrolux Brand AEG to Promote more Sustainable Habits for Clothing Care

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The Care Label Project was launched by the Electrolux Group brand AEG in order to promote more sustainable habits for clothing care. At the centre of this scheme is a new care label for clothes that simply states ‘Don’t Overwash’.

It has been revealed that 90% of all clothing is being discarded earlier …

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