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B2B International Announces Expansion Plans

Global business-to-business market research and market intelligence specialists open a mainland European office and appoint more researchers

Hot on the heels of impressive growth figures, with revenue up to £3.8m (US$6.15m), B2B International opens a sales office in Brussels.

Managing Director Nick Hague explains,

Advaith To Open New UK Office

Advaith, an Indian company providing research data collection solutions, announced to open its UK office on May 16th. At the helm will be Jonathan Sheldrake, who joins Advaith as sales director for Europe.

He will be responsible for all the sales activities in Europe and will provide strategic expertise for global sales initiatives.

Sheldrake has experience in healthcare, IT and automotive sectors having worked for specialist consultancies such as IDC and BIBA Medical.

eCommerce - Build a Profitable Website

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One In Four Hispanics Who Access The Internet Do So Via Their Mobile Phone

The Internet is how many Americans get their news and weather, or interact with friends and loved ones—and Hispanics are no different.

While using a home computer is the most common method of accessing the Internet among Hispanics, it seems that the cell phone is rapidly gaining popularity.

Energy Security Is A Top Concern For Brits

Energy security is the leading environmental issue for Britons, over and above climate change, according to a new international Ipsos poll of working age adults.

Half of Britons (50%) feel that future energy supplies and sources is one of the most important environmental issues facing the nation. Other leading issues are waste management (48%); overpopulation (41%) and global warming / climate change (25%).

Green Marketing Could Pay Off For Financial Services Firms

For many financial institutions, pre-recession initiatives such as green marketing have taken a back seat as they have been dealing with the aftermath of the economic crisis.

But, it may be time to pull out those tools again in order to help rebuild their image.

Business Start-Ups Competition

Marketest's experience helping start-ups, entrepreneurs and young businesses conducting online quantitative market research to answer vital questions about their target market, product or service launch combined with the growth of UK entrepreneurial spirit has led us to launch our very own enterprise competition.

Do you have the entrepreneurial spirit, a new business idea? We want to hear from you!

Norton Survey Shows Royal Wedding Crowds Spilling Onto Cyber Streets

Norton Advises People to Watch Out for Cybercriminal Wedding Crashers

The royal wedding of the United Kingdom's Prince William to Kate Middleton is fast becoming a major international event. As modern technology enables people worldwide to follow the young couple and impendin g wedding festivities closer than ever before, this is truly an "e- Royal Wedding!"

Cigarettes Shortage In Japan Following Tsunami

Cigarette sales of Japan Tobacco, Japanese market leader, have suffered a substantial reduction as a result of damage to two production facilities, a filter plant and distribution facilities in the north east.

Some reports suggest that as much of a third of production has been hit and may not return to full capacity before the end of May.

In The Shadow Of Competition, The Soy Market Slumps

While it was once the must-have ‘super food,’ essential for any healthy diet, according to a new report from Mintel and data from SPINS, the soy food and beverage market declined 16% from 2008 to 2010.

While some of this fall is due to the recession and consumers cutting back on premium-priced soy items, competition from other heart healthy foods and good-tasting, soy-free milk alternatives are also challenging the industry and hampering soy sales.

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