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By bkeeper, Jul 14 2017 09:03AM

2018 Vision Africa Charity Golf Day

Next year, Millennium's prestigious Charity Golf Day will be held at Bearsted Golf Club in The Garden of England, Kent. With tree lined fairways the course provides a tough but fair challenge to even the most serious golfer, with stunning views across the North Downs.

The event will be in aid of Vision Africa, a charity that Millennium have proudly supported for a number of years.

Full details coming soon!

Contact Tertia to register your interest and/or to discuss sponsorship opportunities:


By bkeeper, Jun 27 2017 10:47AM

This years’ JD Edwards Symposium takes place on Thursday 7th September, in the Prince Philip Room at the RSA, London, and is free to attend for JD Edwards users.

The day will follow a workshop format and will include open discussions with customers and experts on topics including deployment, integration, bespoke development and reporting.

Click here for details and registration

By bkeeper, Jun 15 2017 07:27AM

When Theresa May announced a snap General Election in April, she was confident she would win and secure an increased majority to ensure the Conservatives remained in office for a further 5 years and provide the backing required to effectively negotiate the Brexit talks with Europe. With the Conservatives 20 points ahead in the opinion polls, a landslide victory looked a dead certainty. But what then followed was one of the most dramatic collapses in British political history and another election, a fourth British poll in just over 2 years is increasingly likely.

The Prime Minister has some serious problems to be overcome, the first being the dramatic instability of British politics. The result revealed a much divided country, between outward and inward facing voters, the young and old, cosmopolitan cities and the rest, nationalists and unionists. Theresa May has led the Tories in a more statist, illiberal direction, with stricter corporate regulation and tighter immigration restrictions. Labour has morphed into a hard-left socialist party under the leadership of Jeremy Corbyn who in contrast to Mrs May now looks unassailable as leader.

The second problem is the economy which is facing tough times in a way few have yet to acknowledge. In 2016 the economy defied the Brexit referendum to grow at the fastest pace amongst the G7 but in the first quarter of 2017 it has become the slowest. Although unemployment is at its lowest in decades, inflation is at a 3 year high and rising with real wages falling. Tax revenues and economic growth are likely to suffer as inward investment falls and net migration of skilled Europeans tails off.

Britain now faces one of the most important periods of negotiation ever attempted in peacetime. The Brexit process involves dismantling an economic and political arrangement that has been developed over half a century, linking Britain to the continent which makes up over 50% of its exports, where half its migrants arrive from and which has contributed to maintaining peace in Europe as well as further afield.

Britain is not the only country reeling from electoral shock. Other countries have led to the emergence of new leaders, Trump in America and Macron in France, whereas Britain’s rumbling revolt has left no one in charge. Corbyn’s grip on Labour has been strengthened, but the party is far from winning a majority and the Tories, despite remaining the largest parliamentary party now have a leader whose future is in doubt with no obvious successor in sight.

By bkeeper, Jun 5 2017 04:09PM

Take some time out to catch up on the finance and technology stories that have been hitting the headlines in the June edition of Millennium Consulting's Newsletter.

Click here for the newsletter, available now and at the beginning of every month.

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