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In 2018 remittances to the Dominican Republic accounted for more than 7% of the country’s GDP. And despite the pandemic, remittances to the country clocked $827.7 million in July 2020 compared to $640.3 million received in July 2019.
Waiakea Water has donated more than 3,000 masks to essential public service sectors throughout Hawaii, including the Hilo Medical Center, Hawai’i News Now, and the Hawai’i Police Department.
One of the changes that are being made by Denmark is the endeavour to create the best growth potential for start-up companies.
In March 2020, Talking Rain Beverage Company announced that it had joined the Recycling Partnership, a nonprofit dedicated to promoting sustainability and improving recycling education among consumers.
The founders of Benkheim&Co, an online brand which seeks to change the traditional luxury watch concept, explains how motivated entrepreneurs benefit from globalisation, efficient fulfilment services and new technologies.
Since 2016, Agera Energy has been recognized as a Certified Westchester Green Business based on its efforts to reduce waste around its offices and improve energy efficiency on a daily basis.
Kartikeya Sharma is one of the youngest and most popular entrepreneurs in India right now who has managed to accomplish a lot in a short span of time.
Both Wonga and Curo have been hit by compensation claims and this has resulted in the demise of these organizations.
On August 15, 2018, Welfont Companies was awarded with the top spot in the real estate brokerage category of the INC 5000 Awards.
Here's a look at some of the names on every law-enforcement agent's hit-list of online baddies to look out for.
In association with Moon Marketing, we are decoding the most important SEO trends you need to watch in 2019 and how to adapt to each like a pro.
It's easy to start a business in Chicago because of its small-business-friendly attitude. Here's an infographic that shows how well small businesses do in the state of Illinois.
yulife, a new life insurance business, is launching this month in the UK on a mission to make British companies healthier and happier.
Combining the best in finance and technology, fintech emerged during the economic crisis and, according to specialists, will continue to fuel business growth in the following years as well.
Medtech isn’t all money and innovation – it’s also an industry that’s responsible for people’s lives, and when things go wrong, startups can be liable, with serious legal and financial consequences.
Focusing on the importance of reusing and recycling materials instead of throwing them away, the circular economy is the main long-term strategy for reducing waste in Denmark.
SkyCap Financial believes financial literacy is so important that it recently launched SkyCap University, a free educational course designed to help its clients improve their understanding of money management principles.
The UK government earlier unveiled a highly anticipated industrial strategy designed to tackle Britain’s productivity woes and championing sectors such as Construction, Manufacturing, Automotive and Life Sciences.
New data compiled by an online services marketplace shows that the gender pay gap among freelancers and the self-employed is now virtually non-existent.
Entrepeneurs Lee Hnetinka and Wilson Lee have started a new venture together, Darkstore that aims at improving the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of delivering goods for e-commerce sites.
Global uncertainty and a lot of underlying problems are now having an impact on Singapore’s economy, with worries of an impending recession. It is this uncertainty which appears to be the main driving force behind the fears of a fresh recession.
Global savings portal CupoNation has put together an interactive infographic that showing the main categories Singaporeans are on average spending their money on. But how is the consumption behavior of Singapore compared to that of Malaysia?