Stock Markets: Cautious Europe, Dynamic Asia

Asian markets on Wednesday received a boost from Chinese technology stocks and the reopening of the world’s second-largest economy, but concern was regaining control in Europe over an economic slowdown amid tighter monetary conditions. Read alsoBroadpeak at the gates of the Paris Stock Exchange Chinese markets buoyed by Wall Street and technology stocks on hopes … Read more

Sale dates / news / news / home

Sale dates Updated on 08/06/2022 From June 22 to July 19 The Sales start date Fixed in Wednesday June 22 to me 8 am. Sales will end on Tuesday 19 July 2022 included. Sales is an opportunity to do good business for consumers, and sell their inventory to dealers. Liquidation is the only promotional period … Read more

Is the “Great Resignation” in Tourism Death?

Tormag mobile app “Tourism first and foremost is about people” Brice Dutheon, Project Director of the Southern Campus for Tourist Professions at CCI Nice Côte d’Azur, talks about the disruptions caused by the crisis linked to the coronavirus. For this expert, a big resignation is not inevitable. The transformation of organizations is ongoing and irreversible. … Read more

Training: The Key to Successful Digital Transformation

Knowing how to lead a transformation project, whatever it may be, is now a must for all businesses. While many have already taken on the role of digital transformation, their needs do not stop there. Anne Duvillier, Head of Education and Culture at Wemanity, believes that the world in which we operate requires companies to … Read more

IKEA turns its stores into warehouses

The Swedish furniture giant wants to use its flagships to place orders online. If Ikea still believes in the future of its stores, it now wants to use it to accelerate its online sales and better serve its customers. Ingka, which operates 90% of Ikea stores worldwide, announced Monday that it will invest more than … Read more

IKEA turns its stores into warehouses

The Swedish furniture giant wants to use its flagships to place orders online. If Ikea still believes in the future of its stores, it now wants to use it to accelerate its online sales and better serve its customers. Ingka, which operates 90% of Ikea stores worldwide, announced Monday that it will invest more than … Read more

Wall Street opened sharply lower, a hangover after the Fed

The New York Stock Exchange opened sharply lower on Thursday, recovering from the euphoria that followed Wednesday’s announcement of a significant increase in the Federal Reserve and comments from its chairman. Around 2:00 p.m., the Dow Jones is down 1.44%, the Nasdaq, with a strong technological colouration, is down 2.60%, and the broader Nasdaq is … Read more

Safety Instruction Sheet: Training and media support for employees

againstFor this reason, the Work Welfare Code requires an employer to provide workers with information regarding the risks they are exposed to and preventive measures to address them. He is also obligated to ensure that they are trained in the work required, particularly in the use of the machinery they will be using. In this … Read more

Concerns about the economy push the euro down

The conflict in Ukraine weighed heavily on the euro and European currencies on Monday, while the dollar reached its highest level in nearly two years, as investors feared the economy of the old continent and feared inflation. The possibility of Russian oil sanctions pushed the euro to its lowest level since May 2020 at $1.0806 … Read more

Online commerce weighs 100 billion euros in France, but it still lags far behind

France is behind Germany and the UK in terms of internet access as well as in terms of the number of online shoppers. Online commerce in France, whose turnover exceeded 100 billion euros in 2019, shows “delayover its European neighbors, hence the need to gofarIn the digitization of the economy, according to the government. Read … Read more