Author: Shara Tenner

Binary District expands tech community initiative to London

Collaborative technology community Binary District Education Center has launched in London. The centre offers events and training on cutting-edge technologies such as Blockchain, Virtual and Augmented Reality, Big Data, Cybersecurity, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Biotech, SMM, Agile and the Internet of Things. Binary District Education Center is a creative and collaborative tech community. The centre was founded to address the growing skills and educational gap in emerging technologies. Its presence in London joins Binary District’s growing network of centres in Moscow and Amsterdam. Supported by several extensive partnerships, including Digital October Center, IBM and Waves Platform, Binary District will...

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1 in 4 employers have never considered employing apprentices

25% of organisations in London, and in UK, have never considered apprentices, despite evidence that they are highly valued, according to a research by The Adecco Group. The report, Closing the Skills Gap: Will Apprenticeships Deliver the Workforce of Tomorrow? includes research that found that a popular reason for not employing apprentices is that respondents feel an apprenticeship qualification is not well suited to their business needs (27%). This is followed by the idea that apprenticeships require too much time from the management team (18%), and the worry that they are too much of a long-term commitment in the...

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Relevance comes to UK

On the heels of its fifth anniversary, leading New York-based public relations and brand building agency Relevance New York is pleased to announce a new office in London and its subsequent rebrand to Relevance International. The firm’s new overseas office – at 16 Great Chapel Street – is strategically located in Soho in the heart of Central London. Both offices now fall under the rebranded name Relevance International, which will continue to service clients worldwide on a larger scale. Relevance International also maintains a network of carefully curated partner agencies globally. “A London office was always a part of...

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Arcusys Opened an Office in London

Arcusys, the forerunner in the digital transformation of learning, opened an office in London. The new office contributes to the company’s long-term plan for international growth. The location of the new office – Europe’s largest tech community for finance, Level39 – is crucial to the company’s international expansion, and the London office will coordinate its global sales. The fast transformation of the banking and finance sector, new innovations and legislative amendments require companies to train their personnel. Companies will need to train their staff to accommodate new legislation, such as the EU GDPR, and Arcusys’ Valamis – Learning Experience...

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Payoneer opened new London office

Payoneer, the leading money transfer and cross-border payments company, officially unveiled a new office in London. The company has seen an increased demand for UK businesses looking to expand beyond the EU, as well as digital marketplaces and platforms opening their doors to foreign sellers, publishers and talent. Payoneer is aiming to connect the fast-growing digital economy in the UK to the rest of the world. “London is a huge tech and innovation hub, yet UK businesses have historically focused on a domestic-first approach,” notes Daniel Mayhew, Country Manager for Payoneer in the UK. “Our mission is to help...

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New segregated cycle route to Nine Elms

There are some nice plans regarding the Nine Elms area, aimed at making the streets safer and facilitating transportation on two wheels for cyclists with a 2.5 km long segregated cycle route along the Nine Elms Lane and continuing with the Battersea Park Road. There’s a lot of work to improve the junctions and signals, separating the lanes for motor vehicles and cyclists, improving the bus lanes, more than 23 pedestrian crossings and making wider pavements. In case this project gets a green light for implementation, the funds will be assured by local developers. The TfL representative Leon Daniels...

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