GDPR will allow for a rebalance in terms of the relationship between data seekers and individuals

When the General Data Protection Regulation comes into effect on 25 May the context in which businesses and their customers collect, share and use data will change forever. GDPR will allow for a rebalance in terms of the relationship between data seekers (businesses for example) and individuals. Finally, individual customers will have more say over… Read More GDPR will allow for a rebalance in terms of the relationship between data seekers and individuals

Effective crewing for small ship cruise lines, by Dynama

The rising popularity of the smaller luxury ship experience presents fresh challenges for the cruise industry. Lee Clarke of Dynama outlines the major hurdles and how the latest workforce optimization solutions hold the key to enhancing the crew and guest experience Many passengers are looking for a more intimate cruising experience and to visit less… Read More Effective crewing for small ship cruise lines, by Dynama

Jamie Harron sentenced to 3 months in Dubai jail for brushing up against man

Today Jamie Harron was sentenced to 3 months imprisonment for accidentally brushing the hip of an Arab customer at the Rock Bottom bar in Dubai. Key witnesses to the incident were not called upon to testify to discredit the allegations brought by Emad Tabaza, the Managing Director of Neuman & Esser. Jamie will appeal the… Read More Jamie Harron sentenced to 3 months in Dubai jail for brushing up against man

London luxury car fraudster Sarju Popat must repay £2m

A jailed luxury car dealer, who built a property empire with profits from a VAT scam involving Lamborghinis, Porsches and Mercedes, must repay £2 million.   Sarju Popat, 51, from London, was jailed for five-and-a-half years for fraudulently claiming back millions of pounds of tax on car sales between 2009 and 2011 after an investigation… Read More London luxury car fraudster Sarju Popat must repay £2m

EXPLOSIVE RESEARCH: Consumers are still not getting the RIGHT travel insurance

Foreign medical claims alone can cost tens of thousands of pounds and the average medical expenses claim paid out last year was over £1200. Yet, one in four travellers still don’t bother to take out travel insurance at all*. Of those that take out cover, many will opt for the cheapest possible policy, which often… Read More EXPLOSIVE RESEARCH: Consumers are still not getting the RIGHT travel insurance

New French university launches the Design Spot to back pioneering projects

New French university launches the Design Spot to back pioneering projects Designed to support thousands of researchers, engineers and inventors as they develop ground-breaking projects, Université Paris-Saclay has launched a design centre to anticipate the needs of tomorrow’s society. As design combines creativity and sensitivity with technology and economics to create better products, experiences or… Read More New French university launches the Design Spot to back pioneering projects

Boris Johnson congratulates President Rouhani on his re-election

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has taken time out of his busy schedule to congratulate President Rouhani on his re-election. The hotly contested election in Iran saw President Rouhani win by an increased majority. Responding to Iran’s announcement that Hassan Rouhani had been elected for a second term, the Foreign Secretary said:‪ “I congratulate President Rouhani… Read More Boris Johnson congratulates President Rouhani on his re-election