Despite harsh economic realities dominating the headlines, particularly since the 2008/09 recession, the world print industry actually grew by $21billion to $644bn between 2003 and 2009 and is predicted to reach $676bn by 2014.
Press Releases in Business and Finance
IntertechPira is pleased to announce the unrivalled agenda for the leading event dedicated to the carbon fibre industry, GOCarbonFibre2010, featuring Airbus, Boeing, Opel / General Motors and Zoltek.
13th annual Global Outlook for Carbon Fibre, newly branded as GOCarbonFibre, will take place on 29-30 September at the Barcelo Valencia Hotel, Spain and will cover all current industry issues from market analysis, virgin CFRP production to CFRP recycling.
London, England. 1 July 2010. GroupSpaces, the go-to site for simple online management and administration of real-world groups, today announced it has secured a $1.3 million investment round from Index Ventures and a leading angel investor consortium including Dave McClure, Chris Sacca, Simon Levene, Meagan Marks, Ariel Poler and Quincy Smith of CODE Advisors.
Existing investors Stephen Bullock and Simon and Michael Blakey of Avonmore Developments also participated in the round. Index Ventures partner, Mike Volpi, will take a board seat.
Cable and Wireless Worldwide has announced the Early Adopters Programme (EAP) for its enterprise cloud computing solution. Available for the first participants in early July, the EAP is intended to refine the roadmap to the adoption of cloud computing for enterprises. The programme will help shape the consultative approach and migration strategies C&W Worldwide will use to help its customers move to its enterprise cloud computing solution.
UK – Scancom today announced that the PFA (Professional Footballers’ Association) has chosen Scancom.co.uk based in Leicester as their official Mobile Solutions provider.
Scancom provided the full BlackBerry Enterprise Solution, handsets and Orange airtime.
In addition Scancom.co.uk also set up web based reporting and an on-line issue resolution service to ensure the needs of the PFA is met efficiently.
IBTimes, a UK business news provider has launched an independent trading centre for CFD (Contract for Difference) traders.
The newspaper’s new portal is called 'CFD Centre' and includes real time markets news, analysis, market data, charts, an economic calendar, brokers’ profiles and education resources for CFD traders.
Paris, May 6, 2010 – Strategic interactive research and technology company Vision Critical has relocated its French headquarters to accommodate the company’s growing team. Staff size in the Paris location has quadrupled since the same time last year and the new office will meet the company’s need to grow even further. The new location is at 61 rue de Monceau, 75008.
Paris, 6 Mai 2010 – Vision Critical, societe d’etudes de marche et de technologie interactive, a change d’adresse pour accompagner l’evolution de ses effectifs.
Dix nouvelles embauches ont été effectuées depuis l’année dernière et ces nouveaux bureaux répondront aux attentes d’une équipe en pleine expansion. Ces derniers se trouvent 61 rue de Monceau à Paris.
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LONDON / NEW YORK, 19 th April 2010 - The race to find the fastest matching engine amongst exchanges and MTF platforms just went ballistic. A matching engine so fast it required new measurement technology to verify its speed is being launched by ALGO Technologies, the new company headed by Hirander Misra, who previously tore up European exchange orthodoxies as a founder and COO of Chi-X Europe.
The United Kingdom Home Office has proposed a new ‘English Language Tax’ aimed at tourists and foreign workers, with the intention of raising £4.5 billion during the scheme’s first 12 months.
A Home Office spokesman explained: ”An electronic chip will be issued at passport control and fitted to all incoming non-UK visitors. The chip will monitor any misuse of the English Language and a small tax will be levied on each mispronounced word.”
An exclusive interview about the new scheme with Jennifer Selhurst, Home Office Minister for Social Cohesion, can be viewed here: