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18:09

Sport

Coming out of the tunnel

Rob Palmer

...understanding is that they will put everything on hold and hope for the best. Meanwhile football clubs, like all other businesses ,need to find a way out of the maze. Some clubs are considering a tax mechanism where salaries are reduced to just 30 per cent. At

15:54

Local

Building up a successful English-language business in a Spanish-speaking world

Jennie Rhodes

When you combine passion, knowledge and business acumen, success comes naturally, if not easily. Joanna Styles, the brain and braun behind Guide to Malaga knows exactly what that feels like. In under five years Joanna, 54, has built up a ... successful business by marketing her adopted home city to local businesses and English-speaking residents and visitors alike. WOMEN IN BUSINESS Virginia Calvo, owner of Malaga gaming company The entrepreneur has lived in the province for over 30 ... to businesses and self-employed people who work or are thinking of working in Malaga. She was awarded the Costa Press Club Communicator award in 2016 and the website was featured on a BBC evening news programme in summer 2018. Joanna has a

15:53

Local

Virginia Calvo, owner of Malaga gaming company

FERNANDO TORRES

...trend and made sure her company was the first to introduce new gaming products the to Spanish market. WOMEN IN BUSINESS Building up a successful English-language business in a Spanish-speaking world 17 years on and Calvo is considered one of ... the departmental managers are women," Calvo says. The company started off selling computer chassis in different colours and designs and began to import exclusive American brands "which revolutionised the market", the business woman explains. Atlas ... gamers" they understand the industry and "the ecosystem of gamers", which helps them to develop their business and respond to the demands of their customers. She has also competed as a professional athlete and studied physiotherapy as part of her degree,

12:15

National

Businesses rally with crisis cash, supplies and logistical support

SUR

Many companies, from international names to local firms, are making significant donations to help during the coronavirus crisis. Banking giant BBVA has said it will donate 25 million euros in the countries where it has operations. This week it plan

12:20

What to do

Concerts, talks and classes online keep confined residents busy at home

Denise Bush

It may not be a new phenomenon but online cultural events and activities have suddenly seen a surge in interest. Everyday clubs and groups, bands, academies and museums are turning to the internet to keep their members, fans and the general public

11:40

Local

A business involving family clans

A. F. / F. T. / J. C.

Just a few kilometres from the luxury estates where major drug traffickers live are conflictive neighbourhoods where the drugs they import are sold, such as Palma-Palmilla, La Corta and Las Flores, in Malaga city. There, the violence has increased: t

15:42

National

Andalusian government and businesses to push ahead with plastic bag ban

ANTONIO M. ROMERO

The Junta de Andalucía regional government and the regional business confederation, CEA, have joined forces to try to turn Andalucía into the first region of Spain without single-use plastic bags. The regional president, Juanma Moreno; regional ... 2021. "We all have to make an effort and become, from a business and social point of view, a region that is at the leading-edge of Europe," said Juanma Moreno, pointing out that Andalucía is the only European region with a coastline on two seas.

16:57

Opinion

With good reason?

Mark Nayler

...more stringent measures introduced by Pedro Sánchez this week, which have closed all "non essential" businesses for a fortnight, also invite two questions: will their benefits, if any, outweigh their negative economic impact? And on what basis is the ... caused by the virus, which so far hasn't happened. Shutting down all businesses deemed "non-essential" is likely to aggravate the economic damage already caused by three weeks of restricted movement (I don't have space here to delve into the issue of ... Yet thriving businesses are crucial to a healthy economy, the latter of which is very much in the general interest, affecting as it does the well-being of citizens and households. The key question posed by Article 128 is as follows: to what extent