It could also end communal cutlery, coffee pots and water bottles.Read More
May 12, 2016 | 0 |
It sounds cliché, but the world really is getting smaller. In an increasingly globalised marketplace – helped greatly by the internet – it’s never been easier for businesses to tap into the international – not just local – community. Businesses in the UK may use Skype to communicate with their sister company in China, and e-commerce has helped small local business open their doors to the world.Read More
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