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The Rare Malt Whisky Business

It is true that the Scots have created many things, from modern medicine, electronics, material science and economics, however, they are most well known for their best discovery – rare malt whisky.

Rare malt whisky is popular all over the world and the most famous are made in Scotland. In fact, Scotch Whisky accounts for around a quarter of UK food and drink exports, a huge proportion.

More than 10,000 are directly employed in the Scotch Whisky industry – many in economically deprived areas. As Scotch Whisky is sold in around 200 markets worldwide, many entrepreneurs are helping to make our favourite drink more accessible globally. […]

The Reasons Your Business Should Be Online

Given how prevalent the internet has become, it has also become essential for a business to be online. It’s not hard to see why, everywhere you look there are people buried in their mobile phones and more businesses operating purely online . If your business doesn’t currently have a website this is putting you at a great disadvantage. There are many benefits to having a website and these are just a few:

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Your Complete Guide to Picking a University Degree

Teenage years are a confusing time for most people. Not only are you navigating your way through the jungle that is high school, you are expected to decide what you want to be for the rest of your life. The UCAS process can be stressful and there are so many different roads to take and it’s hard to know what is the best decision. Here are a few key things you should remember.

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How to Get Ahead at Work

If you are lucky enough to have finally found the ideal career and have landed that dream role then your next big worry is how to get ahead at work. There are several things you can do to make sure that you are climbing that career ladder to success. First of all it is important to highlight that if you have just recently started in a new industry or company then you should give yourself a couple of months to get settled in. Three months is a suitable amount of time for you to get used to your new team, new manager and new processes and rules. If you are starting out in a brand new industry, perhaps fresh from university then it may take you a little longer to find your feet. Once you do you can follow this guide to secure success and get ahead at work.

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