Labour, energy costs stifling businesses

High labour costs, plus access to energy and raw materials, are the main challenges expected to be faced by Cypriot businesses in 2023, based on the Eurochambres Εconomic Survey. The Cyprus Chamber

SDGs and hidden costs for businesses 

Recently the European Commission published the progress indicators concerning the implementation of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations as identified and defined in the Agenda 2030. In seeking Sustainable

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Family businesses must evolve

Family businesses must evolve to continue being the backbone of Cyprus’ economy, shake off the coronavirus pandemic and deal with the impact of the war in Ukraine. Family firms in Cyprus, accounting

Businesses fall into Greenwashing trap

Leaders worldwide are reaffirming their commitment to accelerate measures to fight climate change. Similarly, Christine Lagarde, President of the European Central Bank (ECB), recently stated the fight against climate change is on

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 Blockchain can revolutionise businesses

The emerging blockchain technology became known through Bitcoin, the first practical application of this technology. However, the prospects of blockchain technology do not stop at cryptocurrencies. Around the world, companies from all

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