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Arming SMEs to compete with large corporates for government contracts

By: Scott Holmes - 30 Sep 2013

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Scott Holmes, director, Northern Europe, Colt Ceano tells CBR how SMEs can capitalise and compete against much larger providers for government contracts. Small and medium businesses are better positioned than ever before to take on their larger competitors for government contracts, but only if they have the systems in place to support new growth. In 2011, [...] Read more

Colt’s 2013 charity bike peloton completes Paris-Amsterdam leg

By: Francois d'Essertaux - 26 Sep 2013

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As announced in my previous blog , on Friday 20th Sept, 35 riders from across Colt took up the challenge of riding 560 km from Paris to Amsterdam in four days. Colt riders of all stripes, nationalities, and abilities, committed to raising funds in support of Kids Company, a worthy charity providing support to disadvantaged children [...] Read more

Improving the lives of vulnerable children - Paris to Amsterdam Charity Bike Ride

By: Francois d'Essertaux - 17 Sep 2013

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The 2013 edition of the Paris Amsterdam Charity Bike ride starts on 20 September and 35 riders from across Colt countries will be taking part in this challenge. The riders have committed to raise funds for Colt’s nominated charity, Kids Company, which provides support to the most deprived and vulnerable children across London. After weeks of [...] Read more

Algo ahead & make some predictions about FTTs in 2014

By: Hugh Cumberland - 10 Sep 2013

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A recent article caught my attention on the topic of FX markets regulation, lately a hot-button issue here in Europe. As Christian Voigt rightly pointed out recently on Fidessa’s Regulation Matters blog: “Although it is widely accepted that MiFID II will implement new regulation on algorithmic and high-frequency trading, that doesn’t seem to have stopped the [...] Read more

 Commuting - time well spent?

By: Andreas Kederer - 30 Aug 2013

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Commuting is without doubt a stressful activity. Whether it’s getting up early to leave, returning home late, worrying about missing your train, traffic jams or changing a puncture, the daily travel to and from work takes its toll. So what does all of this stress do to an employee’s productivity? Could you increase productivity by reducing [...] Read more

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