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ORGANIC FOOD: Europe becomes an expert

Jobs By 10 diciembre, 2017 No Comments

Spain always has been the most important producer of organic agricultural products. But until very lately it did not discover the advantages of organic food for its own alimentation. Now veghan kitchen and organic shops are exploding everywhere. New jobs are created and services like Deliveroo start to become experts in home delivery of vegetarian food. This goes along with a different way to deliver food: more and more bikes and electric scooters and cars are used.

Uber: Will taxi drivers survive in Europe?

Jobs By 5 diciembre, 2017 No Comments

By Costanza Cerasi

Thousands of Spanish taxi drivers participated the protest demonstration against rental cars with Uber and Cabify. At the same time, a 24-hour strike was called across the country. The taxi drivers asked the government of Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy to enforce the proportion of 1 to 30 on licenses provided by law. Among the accusations of unfair competition aimed at online platforms are those of pricing too low and avoiding tax obligations.

CAMPING: Europe has a lot to offer

Culture By 4 diciembre, 2017 No Comments

Making your camper van your own can be tricky at first, especially when buying your first camper van as they can be dull and plain inside. Following these easy steps can give you inspiration and pretty much guarantee that you will enjoy travelling in your home away from home. If you follow these 5 rules you will be noticed on your way to Scandinavia or the South.

WORK: UK students are lost

Jobs By 2 diciembre, 2017 No Comments

Young people are increasing leaving their jobs within the first 12 months of work. Meanwhile, employers feel hiring graduates is a ‘hit or miss” situation. These are the stark findings of research conducted by Magnet. me, UK’s biggest student and graduate careers site. A third (33%) of 2016 graduates left their first job after university (up from 28% last year) with the majority (74%, up from 68% last year) citing that their roles didn’t match or offer that which was offered when applying.

FASHION: Museums are the new trendsetters

Culture By 23 noviembre, 2017 No Comments

By Costanza Cerasi

Paris has always been one of the most famous cities in the world for fashion, but in the last years it has taken the further step. Fashion isn’t only in stores anymore, it has extended to museums. The most notorious example of this is the Louis Vuitton Foundation, conceived by the ultra-centennial fashion brand as a place of art celebration. The Foundation was inaugurated just over two years ago in 2014. It was projected and studied by architects Frank Gehry, creator of Guggenheim and Walt Disney Concert Hall, and Bernard Arnault, head of Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy (LVMH).