Business

Bus, Business, Rail

Greengauge 21 calls for the development of a unified bus and rail network with a coherent fares system

Leading transport Think Tank Greengauge 21 is calling for the creation of an easy-to-use joined-up national transport network to: improve productivity; address regional imbalances and social inequality, particularly in “left behind” places; improve air quality […]

Business, Oxford

The Oxford Business Book Club in February 2019.

This month, we’re delighted to welcome Anita Hoffman, author of Purpose & Impact: how executives are creating meaningful second careers. Anita is a Visiting Fellow at the Doughty Centre of Corporate Responsibility, Cranfield University as well as […]

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Business, Oxford, Research, Social Media, Technology

TOP TEN FUNNIEST IT SUPPORT CALLS OF 2018

IT support provider Probrand reveals bizarre and intriguing IT ‘issues’ reported to its helpdesk in 2018
Calls to Probrand in the first week of 2019 were up over 47%, with most calls coming from workers who had forgotten their password over the Christmas break and needed help resetting it

Business, Energy, Knowledge Management, Research, Technology

Oil and Gas Industry Set to Accelerate Move to Digital in 2019

  by Ron Beck Energy Industry Marketing Director, AspenTech   Digital transformation continues to be the keynote of the coming year for operators across the oil and gas sectors. Digitalisation is nothing new to the sector, […]

Commercial Partner Matt Cormack with Head of the Energy and Utilities team at Ward Hadaway, Mark Whitehead
Business, Electricity, Energy, Energy Lawyers, Europe, Technology

Ward Hadaway helps secure funding for major renewable energy plant in North East

  A major biogas generation facility is set to make a major contribution to renewable energy in the North East.   Wardley Biogas has received £17m of funding to construct a new plant at Follingsby […]

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Business, Research, Technology, Training

Cyberattacks against energy and utilities industry

Report: Cyber attacks against energy and utilities industry increasing inside enterprise IT networks   Vectra research finds most cyber attacks against the energy and utilities industry transpire and thrive inside enterprise IT networks rather than critical […]

Business, Energy, Technology

CONTIGO SAYS FAST AND EFFECTIVE ETRM IMPLEMENTATIONS CRUCIAL IN A CHALLENGING ENERGY MARKET

In a challenging and fast-changing energy market, it is more important than ever for businesses to be using systems and processes that provide efficiencies and help maintain a competitive advantage. However, research by UK based, […]

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Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Business, Gloucestshire, Hampshire, Hertfordshire, Oxford, Oxford Brookes University, Oxford University, Oxfordshire, Poland

Britain’s relationship with China on plastic waste

The author of the article is Richard Walker, who is the marketing manager at Reconomy. As of January 2018, China has placed a strict ban on the import of plastic waste. This has had a […]

Business, Energy

UK energy supply chain is innovating its way out of the crisis

Export is the least used strategy to grow for the second year The Energy Industries Council (EIC), the leading trade association for companies that supply goods and services to the energy industries worldwide, has released […]

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Africa, Business

MADAGASCAR REVEALED AS THE OLDERPRENEURIAL CAPITAL OF THE WORLD  

Madagascar has the highest percentage of olderpreneurs (entrepreneurs over the age of 50) compared to anywhere else in the world, according to analysis from Allstar Business Solutions. The research presented in an interactive heat map looks […]