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Divorces in England and Wales 2012

No Comments 30 April 2015

Here I have a good quality infographic by the Office for National Statistics all about divorces in England and Wales in the year 2012. The infographic teaches us all about the total number of divorces, the couple age groups that most often get split up, which sex most often initiates a divorce and lots more. […]

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Food and Wine Pairing

No Comments 29 April 2015

Imagine this scenario: you’re preparing to host a dinner party. The invites have been sent out and RSVP’d, the menu is set and the wine…the wine has not yet been purchased! In fact, you have no idea which wine would best complement your fantastic culinary skills. Well, fear not, the experts at Roberson Wine have come […]

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Business

National Insolvency Statistics 2014

No Comments 28 April 2015

National insolvency statistics may mask regional variances. However business turnaround experts Wilson Field says regional variances within Yorkshire should not be ignored with many individuals still feeling the strain of high levels of debt and low wages.

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An Ergonomic Chair Can Save a Business Money

No Comments 27 April 2015

We know that ergonomic office chairs can aid and prevent several work related injuries, but just look at much money they could save your business. This excellent infographic from the office furniture website Office Reality takes a closer look at musculoskeletal disorders in the workplace and the financial costs incurred as a result.

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What is a KPI?

No Comments 24 April 2015

A Key Performance Indicator (KPI) is something that can be counted and compared; it provides evidence of the degree to which an objective is being attained over a specified time. This infographic from Intrafocus takes a closer look at the importance of KPIs for your business.

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The World’s Most Costly Engineering Mistakes

No Comments 21 April 2015

Engineering mistakes know no bounds when it comes to the scale or importance of a project, as the disasters in Grassform‘s latest infographic show. Amongst the examples we find mighty ships have sunk, tankers have exploded, and seemingly sturdy constructions have literally fallen to pieces! The one thing they all have in common is their high […]

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Comic Book Characters With Disabilities

No Comments 17 April 2015

Here’s a superb infographic from the wheelchair ramp website Roll-a-Ramp all about superheroes and villains who have disabilities. It features Iron Man, Daredevil, Hawkeye and many more.

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Finance

The UK Budget

No Comments 10 April 2015

As we all gear up for the General Election 2015, we hear each of the party leaders talk about the crucial issues: immigration, benefits, taxes, and, of course, the budget. Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne recently delivered the budget for 2015, and it is a source for political leaders to discuss and debate. This infographic […]

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Crypto Currency

No Comments 10 April 2015

Digital currency is revolutionising the way we pay for goods and services. This infographic from Buddy Loans takes a closer look at Bitcoins – how they’re mined, what they’re worth, and whether they’d make a good investment.

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Business

40 Brand Logos with Hidden Messages

No Comments 02 April 2015

Got a great infographic here about popular brand logos that include hidden messages that you probably wouldn’t notice at 1st glance. View the hidden arrow in the FedEx logo, check out the hidden pin in the Pinterest logo, the bicycle wheel in the Tour De France logo and plenty more. Via – ASG Europe

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Finance

The Hidden Plastic Economy

No Comments 01 April 2015

The credit card processing industry is huge and growing. Find out what’s going on behind the scenes with this infographic from Merchant Negotiators.

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ECOnomic Benefits of the Feed-in Tariff Scheme

No Comments 01 April 2015

The Feed-in Tariff Scheme is proving very popular amongst UK homeowners. Using data from Ofgem and the UK Government, this infographic from Adept explores some of the reasons why having an eco-friendly home can mean lower bills and a more sustainable future.

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Credit Scores – What Are They?

No Comments 01 April 2015

What exactly is a credit score, and why is it so important? If you’ve been unlucky enough to be turned down for a mortgage, loan or a credit card limit increase, don’t panic – you’re not alone. For many people, this is the first time they learn that they even have a credit score, let […]

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