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March article highlights: the gaming industry, music investment and travel
March article highlights: the gaming industry, music investment and travel

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29/03/21

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Below we have summarised three top articles for March 2021: Lockdown boredom drives the UK video games market to a £7bn record high During 2020 the UK video games market has been fuelled by an unprecedented boom in the popularity of mobile games, consoles and VR headsets. This soaring demand can largely be placed with the increased need for at home entertainment during the pandemic. The result was a huge £1.9bn increase on money spent on gaming entertainment compared to 2019’s figure. This boom in demand for entertainment has also prompted gamers exploring new technologies, such as VR. Meet music’s most hated man—and he is the industry’s top dealmaker In recent months, huge waves have been caused within the music and IP rights industry. Most music fans have never heard the name Merck Mercuriadis, CEO of Hipgnosis Songs Fund. But they may well be aware of the assets he’s been aggressively buying up for the past three years. In just three years he has spent $1.8billion of investor funds buying the rights 60,000 songs. That includes thousands of songs, including some penned by veterans like Neil Young and Barry Manilow and others from newer artists like Ed Sheeran and Shakira. A year on from the first lockdown, what has become of travel? As lockdown restrictions are lifted and the roadmap out of the pandemic starts to take shape, people can begin to contemplate what holidays might look like in 2021. This article explores emerging trends around staycations and the growth of the UK adventure holidays. In tandem, the article also interrogates if cities will avoid over-tourism, if travellers will utilise electric travel to avoid airports and what people want from a post-pandemic holiday.            

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Commerce & Industry | Newly Qualified 2018 Market Insights in London
Commerce & Industry | Newly Qualified 2018 Market Insights in London

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Commerce & Industry

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Market Insight Reports

20/08/18

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View the newly qualified market salaries within London's commerce and industry sector. Download the full London Commerce & Industry 2018 Market Insight Report here » NEWLY QUALIFIED  Job title    Salary range   Day rate   Newly Qualified | ACA/ACCA/CIMA £45,000 - £55,000 £250 - £275   1 year PQE £50,000 - £55,000 £275 - £300  2 years PQE £55,000 - £60,000  £300 - £325    View London salaries in other sectors within commerce & industry »  

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View the newly qualified market salaries within London's commerce and industry sector.

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A guide to writing your newly qualified ACA CV
A guide to writing your newly qualified ACA CV

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Career Advice

26/05/16

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Congratulations! Following your ACA qualification, you may be considering a new career in banking, commerce & industry or even progression in practice - creating a professional newly qualified ACA CV is the first step to success. The newly qualified ACA job market is fiercely competitive, differentiating yourself from your peers is essential to access the best positions. With over 25 years experience helping candidates like you, our guide will ensure you stand the best chance of securing interviews. Your CV is a representation of you. The information must be honest whilst selling your skills to prospective employers. You may need to tailor your CV to specific applications; however a good CV should demonstrate your capability, knowledge and experience without too much waffle! Download the complete guide to writing your first professional ACA CV

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