Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: United KingdomIrelandIndustries: Tourism
Ireland and the United Kingdom have signed a Memorandum of Understanding consolidating reciprocal citizens’ rights in the Common Travel Area between the two countries into a single instrument. This memorandum enshrines the current policy that Irish and UK nationals do not require work and residence permits in each others’ countries.
An Irish charity dedicated to providing loans to community groups will be adding a Shariah compliant financing facility to its mix of products, effectively introducing the Republic’s first Islamic consumer financing instrument.
Google announced that it will invest US $ 30 billion in improving its infrastructure in three years through the installation of new submarine cables, with which Google seeks to connect the world and provide services to its customers in the cloud.
Ryanair recently celebrated the opening of its third IT and innovation hub, its new Travel Labs, in Madrid, Spain; with a staff of 50 and plans to staff up to 250 people who will work on digital programs in support of the airline’s plan to become the Amazon of travel.
The journey of a passenger can be riddled with pain points. And the precarious part is an experience, whether good or bad, isn’t recorded in most cases. In an era, when every click on an airline-owned site/ app or a conversation via any direct channel needs to be tracked, not doing so means carriers aren’t aware of what’s happening with their travellers.
Content Types: ArticleRegions & Countries: ChinaIrelandIndustries: Information TechnologyService Industry...
The Chinese tourists are increasingly aware of their needs and desires nowadays. The Combi-Action-Search developed by MySmark wants to convert online actions into a combined action, a collaborative filter to boost a user’s personalized experience.
Taking advantage of the growing demand for our food and drink in China, seven new businesses in England and Northern Ireland have secured access to export pork – including three producers who, in a first for the UK, will export pig trotters.
Northern Ireland's two biggest pork processing companies have been approved for exports to China.Two large cold-store facilities here have also been approved for trade which it is hoped will be worth £10m a year.It follows a long accreditation process which saw Chinese inspections of plants here and several NI agriculture ministers visit China.