The coronavirus pandemic was a traumatic event on a global scale, having caused incalculable damage to national economies and services. The effect of the pandemic is still being felt keenly today, in the EU and around the world. A recent report (State of Health in the EU - Companion Report
After another successful quarter, many companies are standing strong within their industries. Some of these businesses may have started during the pandemic and some have been working for years – but all of them have managed to weather the storm amongst their competitors. Despite all the odds, these entities have
The business world may seem more unpredictable now than ever, with post-covid certainly having an impact. But we are moving from what has been extreme unpredictability to a time of constant dynamic change, in what is still a very uncertain business environment. Businesses have had no choice but to digitise
As the door to 2022 swings open, businesses from every industry are putting their plans into motion for this coming year. They look to make the most out of 2022 and are doing everything they can to re-build themselves after a tumultuous couple of years.
The past couple of years have been very tough on all of us. From families to friends and businesses everywhere, everyone has felt the weight of the world on their shoulders. Throughout all the challenges and difficulties of the past year, there are plenty of businesses that have managed to
It’s a stark difference to this time in 2020, when the region was defined- largely – by uncertainty and the feeling of forever being on the back foot, reacting to change as it arrived on the threshold. While there are sure to be more unexpected twists and turns on the
It has been a challenging start to 2021 for businesses throughout the European Union thanks to a myriad of factors. Chief among them, however, is the lingering COVID-19 pandemic. With countries forced into lockdowns, and businesses of all shapes and sizes paying the price, the resilience demonstrated by these companies
Over the last few years, the conversation surrounding climate change has increased with both younger and older generations coming together to find ways to be more sustainable in their day to day lives.
As 2020 draws to a close, businesses from every sector are putting their plans into motion for the new year, hoping to either embrace 2021 and the opportunities that may arise or further build on the success they have had during this unique year.
As many businesses begin to slowly transition to what many class as the ‘new normal’, this issue of EU Business News takes a look at the affects the pandemic has had to a number of firms and individuals.
Welcome to the Q2 edition of EU Business News. We are a quarterly publication designed to showcase the latest updates and insights from across the European Union. It’s been an incredibly challenging few months. Here at EU Business News - an online publication- we have been fortunate that the move
Welcome to the Q1 edition of EU Business News. As always, we are a quarterly publication designed to showcase the latest updates and insights from across the European Union. I hope you’ve had a wonderful start to the new year.