10,000 people in the UK were asked by finance specialist Solution Loans which reckless spending behaviour they were guilty of – and between spontaneous shopping sprees, mounting monthly bills and living beyond our limits, it looks like many of us may struggle to save for the big Christmas shop.
With Brits set to spend a record £42 billion this Christmas, the results of this survey have revealed the key obstacles standing in the way of our seasonal savings - with men having more trouble with monthly bills, while money management issues are leaving women of the UK hard up.
Comment by Salena Katiyar | Project Manager at Vox Pops International
The consistent decline in ticket sales that cinemas have been experiencing in the past 10 years doesn’t seem to be coming to an end. Due to the cultural momentum in digital ownership, ‘Dinner and a movie’ has either been replaced, with ‘Netflix and chill’ or more social/experiential movie going, such as Secret Cinema and Open Air cinema experiences.
This year, it’s expected that millions of people will be streaming Euros matches at home – on phones, tablets and via smart TVs, using popular applications such as BBC iPlayer or ITV Player. According to FIFA, during the 2014 World Cup, an estimated 280 million people watched matches online or on a mobile device. Yet, as fans in the UK flock online to witness sporting history this summer, a 2016 survey from Boosty indicates fans could be tearing their hair out as they miss crucial goals and edge-of-the-seat action due to unreliable broadband: [more…]
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KoganPage write .. In a couple of weeks, on 28th April, we’ll be releasing a new book by Andy Bryant and Charlie Mawer, the Managing and Creative Directors respectively of the creative agency Red Bee.
After claiming territory at the Emmys with original series like Orange is the New Black and House of Cards, and venturing into the Oscars with a nod for documentary The Square, Netflix is getting more and more serious about its original movies.