Intersperience Explains Consumer Behaviour Behind Festive Retail Data LONDON, January 12, 2011 - Fears about the economic situation, rather than heavy snow, were the main reason for a fall in UK consumer spending in the run-up to Christmas, according to a new survey by Intersperience, the international consumer research specialist.
January is a Month of Tight Budgets and Looming Bills - so Why Not Save Money and Energy to Ease the Burden Says Honeywell
LONDON, January 12, 2011 - BIS Limited, a leading owner and operator of secure managed London datacentres and outsourced managed IT services, is pleased to announce the upcoming availability of a high density private cage in their phenomenally popular Docklands' Datacentre.
LONDON, January 12, 2011 - Cautious hiring trends are expected to carry over into the New Year as UK employers closely monitor the nation's economic recovery, according to CareerBuilder's 2011 Job Forecast. While the majority of UK employers (73 per cent) described their organisation's financial performance as steady or growing, 28 per cent reported it is declining or uncertain. Thirty-nine per cent of UK employers plan to add new employees in 2011 with a mix of full-time, part-time, contract or temporary workers and interns. One-in-five (20 per cent) plan to add full-time, permanent staff. The study was conducted from 17 November to 17 December on behalf of and included 194 UK business leaders across industries.
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