How to find a reputable .Net developer

You probably think this will cost an arm and a leg, right? Well, not necessarily! You have many options to choose from. These developers offer free trial versions of their software solutions (most times), and you should be able to test drive them before you commit to purchase. Below is a list of some companies that make premium quality software solutions. Most of these developers specialize in web-based applications. However, they will work with any platform, including windows, Mac, Linux, etc.

If you’re looking for a great developer with excellent customer service, I highly recommend MOBISoft Solutions. Their experts are willing to help you no matter the time of day or night. If you need assistance with installation or configuration, they will do everything possible to get you set up in just minutes. They are always happy to assist and even send a quick tech to walk you through the … Read more

Slight Slip in Store for TSX at Open

Futures tracking Canada’s commodity-heavy stock index slid on Tuesday, ahead of inflation data that could provide fresh cues to interest rates, while an extended slide in oil prices weighed on the mood.

The TSX inched up 0.79 points to close Monday at 20,180.60.

September futures for the TSX stepped back 0.1% on Tuesday.

The Canadian dollar dipped 0.03 cents to 77.46 cents U.S.

On the economic front, Statistics Canada reported foreign investors reduced their holdings of Canadian securities by $17.5 billion in June, the largest divestment since December 2018.

At the same time, Canadian investors reduced their holdings of foreign securities by $12.3 billion, following a small investment in May.

Elsewhere, the Consumer Price Index (CPI) rose 7.6% on a year-over-year basis in July, down from an 8.1% gain in June. On a seasonally adjusted monthly basis, the CPI increased 0.3% in July.


The TSX Venture Exchange faded … Read more

Birmingham entrepreneurs emerge from the den with ‘saucy’ £500,000 sales target for eco product

Two old school friends, who took on high-profile entrepreneurs in the Dragons’ Den twice, are setting their sights on a £500,000 sales return for their new eco-friendly solution to serving up sauce.

Ian Worton and Peter Neath are confident that Saucestream is going to prove a big hit with green-minded consumers after it saw an initial spike in online and Amazon orders.

Backed by the advisory expertise of Haines Watts, the duo is also about to close several major deals with leading homeware retailers to stock their product, which is a simple pump device that clips directly onto glass bottles and makes it easy to get the sauce out with a simple squeeze.

The device was inspired after a chance viewing of David Attenborough’s ‘Blue Planet’ documentary and is designed to encourage people to switch from single-use plastic bottles to the more sustainable glass alternatives.

“A few designs here, a … Read more

Chinese Markets Mixed on Economic Data

Shares in the Asia-Pacific were mostly higher on Monday as investors monitored market reaction to Chinese economic data.

The Nikkei 225 popped 324.8 points, or 1.1%, to 28,871.78, after the country reported an expansion in GDP.

Japan’s gross domestic product for the April-June quarter missed expectations in part because of high prices, according to Sayuri Shirai, a professor at Keio University.

People are going to restaurants and amusement parks, but high prices are discouraging spending, she said.

Capital expenditure, on the other hand, was higher than what markets expected, but Shirai said that is not surprising.

In Hong Kong, the Hang Seng index folded 134.76 points, or 0.7%, to 28,660.60.

The Hong Kong shares of several Chinese firms, including China Life Insurance and China Petroleum and Chemical, fell following news that the companies plan to delist from the U.S.

The companies announced the news on Friday via disclosures on the … Read more