Don Forman Las Vegas Communitarian And Businessman

Don Forman Las Vegas businessman is known for his humanitarian and charitable endeavors. In fact, the owner of United Nissan and Tustin Nissan in California continues to give back to the community as a whole. As a seasoned and reputable businessman, Don is also a philanthropist who has partnered with the Fox5 Surprise Squad since 2014. Together, they have helped people from all walks of life and economic-socio backgrounds. This includes the touching story of Glen Zani who wanted to build crosses at sites where mass shootings had occurred.…

The Future of Free Parking: What’s Next for This Dragon’s Den Success Story?

Following a roaring success on Dragon’s Den and an investment from Jenny Campbell, ParkingPerx has gone from strength to strength. Founder Chris Reed has pushed for more investment, further high-quality partnerships, the creation of new jobs, and substantial international interest. On top of Jenny Campbell’s investment, the start-up has received £250k from Mercia Technologies. This has given ProxiSmart, the umbrella company for ParkingPerx, impressive momentum and will facilitate the creation of six new jobs over the next four months. ParkingPerx has announced an enviable list of High Street brands and Merchants where shoppers will be able to earn their free parking rewards.…

Has Construction Heeded The Need for More Apprentices?

There’s a well-known skills shortage within the UK construction industry. The issue has been prevalent over the last few years, with the apprenticeship scheme touted as a potential solution for sourcing homegrown talent into the construction sector. But has the construction sector made the most of the apprenticeship scheme in order the deal with the skills shortage? Nifty Lift, suppliers of work platforms investigate: The gender gap in apprenticeships While the government continues to create apprenticeships, there have been concerns over the disproportionate number of males being offered apprenticeship roles in better-paid industries compared to female candidates.…

Does Sport Have a Big Impact on The UK’s Economy?

2020 is set to bring us another worldwide celebration of sport with the Olympics in Tokyo, so you’d be forgiven for thinking 2019 might end up being something of a lull for the sporting world to recharge. In particular, cricket is set to be the focus of the year while men’s football takes a backseat, as both the Cricket World Cup and the Ashes series are to be held in England. Even a ‘quiet’ year has so much going on in the sporting world then.…

The World’s Greatest Classic Cars

Technology in the automotive industry is rapidly changing and evolving. In the last couple of decades alone we’ve seen mass-market electric vehicles, self-driving cars, built-in GPS and a number of other innovations. But for some people, modern cars just can’t beat vintage vehicles with their classic designs and old-fashioned petrol power. Join us as we take a closer look at some of our favourite classic cars from around the world… The Ford Mustang The car that started it all was first released in 1964, and the sixth generation model can be still found in car dealerships today.…

High-street Considerations for Elderly Shoppers

The high-street is advancing quicker than ever before, with the likes of self-service checkouts and scan-on-the-go being introduced. As a result of this, older shoppers are finding it difficult to keep up with these technical trends that are forever changing the shopping experience. A report released by Anchor has found that older people aren’t getting catered for in high street shops. With this comes a warning that if things aren’t improved, high street shops are at risk of losing up to £4.5 billion in lost trade each year by 2030.…

Outsourcing in the Philippines: The Call Centre and BPO Industry

Dubbed as one of the leading outsourcing hubs in Asia and the most ideal outsourcing destinations for most foreign companies, the Philippine Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) industry shows no sign of slowing down any time soon. Instead, it keeps on growing bigger and sturdier. The IT-BPO industry has opened a lot of opportunities for the Philippines. It has helped secure and strengthen the country’s growth and development ever since it was introduced. Remarkably, it is one of the fastest growing sectors that played an important part in lessening the unemployment rate in the country.…

The Print Industry: How is it Remaining Sustainable?

In 2019 and beyond, printing faces a new test… how to exist as a sustainable industry. The printing industry has connotations of being particularly damaging to the environment, due to deforestation and the various oils which contribute to the creation of ink. The industry as whole however is making a concerted effort into becoming more economically sustainable. In our guide below we take a look at what is meant by ‘green paper’ or ‘eco-ink’ and evaluate the companies which are implementing them into their practices, in a bid to become more environmentally responsible.…

Ridesharing Is Growing – Can Rental Cars Compete?

The future of ridesharing looks bright – but what does that mean for rental car companies? With more and more travelers using apps to hail rides from services like Lyft and Uber, car rentals may be falling by the wayside. For many, it’s easier than ever to call a car when needed, and often cheaper, too. That’s why many rental car companies are upping their game to compete. In addition to focusing on strong customer service, many car rental companies are taking a page from their ridesharing competitors, offering customers the option to use mobile apps and other technology to make the rental process easier.…

Is the UK Becoming More Charitable?

Searches for local volunteering opportunities have increased 124% in one year — is the UK becoming more charitable? Volunteering is nothing of a new concept, for years people have been giving up their spare time to help other people and causes in need. But, over the past year, we’ve noticed a significant rise in people searching for local volunteering opportunities — could we becoming more inclined to work for free? A rising trend According to NCVO’s January 2019 survey of over 10,000 respondents, almost four in 10 Britons currently volunteer, and seven in 10 say that they’ve volunteered at some point in their life.…