• Security in store

    We’ve just passed the Christmas shopping rush and, although this is a very profitable time for retailers, it also highlights security and safety issues that can’t be ignored. The economy recovery has encouraged people to go shopping. But more people out and about also represent more risk. When it comes to larger retail areas, such…

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  • LatAm Insurance Review - Powering up

    Powering up

    The Argentine insurance market presents opportunities for those able to navigate its regulatory environment, and planned energy and agriculture initiatives may boost insurance demand. Energy generation has the potential to drive growth in the Argentine insurance market, according to an analysis of the market. Follow this link to see the PDF: Powering up 

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  • Risk UK - Geny Caloisi looks at security solutions in the healthcare sector

    Security when needed the most

    The safety and security requirements in healthcare are unique. Hospitals are dynamic, stressful environments, where there is a high volume of people circulating, staff trying to do their jobs and expensive equipment that needs to be in the right place at the right time. In common with any other public space, you will find CCTV…

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  • Risk uk - Geny Caloisi looks at the best forms of leisure industry security and how to properly deal with the public

    Service with a smile

    Leisure industry security encompasses a variety of venues, events and businesses. From night clubs, casinos and stadia, to gyms, retail and restaurants; they all have their own specific needs. Some can automate parts using security cameras, but the human input is essential and it also provides good customer services. Security measures in this area can…

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  • InAVate, technology - Flexibility meets strength

    Flexibility meets strength

    Commercial venues, corporate organisations and education establishments face a similar challenge: they want the latest technology but budgets are squeezed and space is at a premium. Geny Caloisi talks to the leading manufacturers of mounts and brackets to find out how they are addressing the needs of the industry. Mount and bracket manufacturers need to…

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  • DanceToday I Went ’cause I had n

    I went ’cause I had nothing on

    It was going to be an unusual weekend from the outset. The plan was to travel from the UK through Europe by car – a nice sporty number with an open roof – and plan the stops according to the tango milongas on the way. The highlight was to be Sunday, September 1: a party…

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  • InAVate, technology - Less space, more power

    Less space, more power

    Cost and space efficiencies are driving the use of multi-channel power amplifiers in small and large-scale projects. Geny Caloisi reports. Whether we are talking about a boardroom, a restaurant or a massive stadium, saving space and maximising the usage of power are priorities in the world of pro AV audio installs. Phil Sanchez, QSC senior communication…

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  • Dance Today Beyond dancing Aug13 - Nobody's Baby Dance Marathon

    Dance Scene – Beyond Dancing

      Five days, four couples, one MC, a director, 100 hours and a live band were the ingredients to make Nobody’s Baby Dance Marathon possible at Greenwich Dance’s Borough Hall from June 3 to 7. Dance marathons became a craze during a time similar to the one we are living in now. In the financial…

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  • Vintage Dance Style

    You got the look, now learn the moves

    With vintage beauty parlours mushrooming at dance events, numerous repro designers offering retro-style clothing for dancers and the profusion of revival events with live bands and lindy around the UK, one cannot help but wonder about the relationship between dance and vintage styling. Follow this link to see the PDF: Vintage Dance Style June13

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  • DanceToday - Lindy by the sea June13

    Lindy by the sea

    Brighton dusted off its two-tone shoes and put flowers in its hair to welcome its first Lindy Hop Festival. Held at the University of Sussex at the end of April, the weekend was blessed with sunshine and the magic of springtime. Organised by Sussex Swing, run by Lizzie Abrahams, in association with Simon Selmon’s London…

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