Day: January 8, 2021

Brexit prompts relocation of group content division to Ireland

International media group Capital Business Media has relocated its UK content marketing and SEO division to Ireland in response to the UK’s exit from the EU on January 1st.

The group, owners of the Business Matters magazine and this website, which also has offices in London and New York, will now deal with all client content marketing and SEO needs through a new Irish company, Inscriptio.

The decision to relocate the division to Ireland was made to ensure that there are no compliance and GDPR issues in line with the UK now not being covered by EU Data Protection and GDPR laws.

As part of the new trade deal, the EU did agree to delay data transfer restrictions for at least another four months. This enables personal data to flow freely from the European Economic Area (EEA) to the UK.

However, at the end of this four-month window,

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Quinn promoted to assistant print editor at Indianapolis Biz Journal

Samm Quinn has been promoted to assistant print editor at the Indianapolis Business Journal.

She previously was a reporter covering city affairs. She joined the staff in early 2018.

Quinn grew up in Northwest Indiana and graduated from Franklin College in 2013, opting then to make central Indiana her home. She was a reporter for papers in Portland and Greenfield before landing a job at IBJ in 2018. She’s covered everything from the cops beat to city and county government in communities east of Indianapolis.


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15 million school dinners heading for the bin after late call to close

Schools are in turmoil as they prepare to throw away 15 million school dinners.

As the nation enters its third national lockdown, schools are in distress as they prepare to throw away a week’s worth of school dinners.

National waste collections company is tasked with collecting the mountains of perfectly good although ultimately perishable food.

Mark Hall spokesperson for the company said “ This is a national disaster, the government have well and truly let the schools down, they have allowed them to open and prepare for the weeks ahead, which of course means stocking the fridges high for this weeks school dinners and now those dinners are going in the bin”

“The schools simply don’t have the freezers required to store all the perishable food and that unfortunately will mean the vast majority is to be thrown away.

“The amount of food waste caused by a sudden lockdown

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