The expression “gig economy” alludes to a general workforce condition in which here and now commitment, impermanent contracts, and independent contracting is ordinary. It’s additionally alluded to as the “specialist economy,” “agile workforce,” “sharing economy,” or “independent workforce.” You may believe it’s a trendy expression, and you’d be correct, yet the boundless development of new businesses supporting the gig economy (and the number of laborers utilizing them) is a certain sign that the idea of work as we know it is changing. Continue reading “Empowering The Gig Economy: All You Need To Know”
Financial inclusion is where people and organizations approach valuable and moderate money related items and services that address their requirements which are conveyed in a mindful and credible way. Financial inclusion is characterized by the accessibility and fairness of chances to get money-related services. The accessibility of monetary administrations that meet the particular needs of a user without any discrimination is a key goal of Financial Inclusion. Continue reading “Financial Inclusion: All you need to know”
In the ever-growing shift to a cashless society, payments using cash to cards have been exponentially increasing. The non-cash payments have increased in volume due to the rise in adoption of digital payment services across all market segments. A research by CNBC predicts that tech innovations such as connected homes, contactless bank cards, wearable devices and augmented reality will drive cashless transactions in the future.
Be it any business, transportation/logistics play a prominent role in it. From having a fleet of thousand vehicles to a few, from owning the fleet to outsourcing it to another, there are various problems faced by all the fleet businesses but most of them are associated with the expense management.
If you are looking to get your first credit card and you have absolutely no idea then you have come to the right place. Getting your first credit card is always an exciting experience but even more confusing. A credit card is similar to a debit card where instead of having the funds deducted directly from your checking account when you make a purchase, you’ll take on a short-term loan. This loan may or may not accrue interest, depending on when you pay it off.