Digital Advertising the Next Big Thing

A recent PWC study of the advertising market has revealed that “Digital out-of-home (DOOH) advertising is a key component for industry growth, while traditional OOH remains steady” What is Digital Out-Of-Home Advertising? DOOH advertising is essentially any digital form of advertising taking place outside of the traditional home i.e. in town centres, at train stations, […]

Top Tips for Becoming a Property Developer

Make Money from Property Development People have been looking for alternative investment opportunities. Property has been a solid investment for years and after the credit crunch and recent recessions, has become a popular choice for those looking for a great return on their investments. Write A Business Plan It is absolutely essential to write a […]

Luxury hotels feel the pinch and struggle to maintain standards

Around the clock at a luxury hotel As lam nears on a sultry Hong Kong morning, most of the 1000 or so guests of the Hilton hotel have retired. The hotel’s seven restaurants and two bars are closed. Shopping arcade, sauna, gymnasium, tennis courts and swimming pool are deserted. Staff in the administrative departments – […]

Aerial photos on the rise after success of Google maps

How aerial photographs are used to make maps Modern map-makers rely on a method that was used by some of the earliest cartographers. They go to a high place to get a picture of the terrain. In bygone centuries the cartographer would climb to the top of a hill, carrying instruments and drawing equipment with […]

Car deaths increase globally regardless of safer motoring

Road traffic: how cities battle to keep control ¬†written by the solicitorsalliance.co.uk¬† After almost a century of improvement in the speed of cars, in roads and in traffic control, it takes as long to cross central London now as it did in 1900. Then, the average speed of horse-drawn carriages was 8mph (13km/h). In 1988, […]

How cities around the globe dispose of all their waste wrongly

How a city gets rid of its waste In June 1858, unusually hot and dry weather caused a sharp fall in the level of the River Thames in London. The stench that emanated from the depleted waters was so appalling that Londoners, who christened the phenomenon The Great Stink’, could approach the banks or bridges […]

Car manufacturing made easy

How all the parts come together to make a car Cartoon films portray car factories with lumps of raw iron going in one end and gleaming automobiles purring away at the other. It is of course a false image. Cars are not made all in one place. But the reality is scarcely less remarkable, for […]

CURBING THE STOCK EXCHANGE thieves and gangstars

CURBING THE STOCK EXCHANGE CHEATS Insider dealer New York financier Ivan Boesky (centre) seen leaving the Feder al Court in Manhattan in 1987. After admitting using inside information about company mergers for his own profit, he was fined $100 million and jailed for three years. From the earliest days of stock exchanges, people have attempted […]

How do airports cope with millions of passengers?

An American couple once arrived at London’s Heathrow Airport unable to recall the name of the family they were staying with near the airport or the name of the street. All they had was a street number and `Oh, yeah, the street’s named after a tree, and it’s close to some store called Sainsbury’. To […]