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Student E-Newsletter - June 2017
FREE Excel training course in partnership with Excel with Business

The IAB and Excel with Business are pleased to bring members FREE access to an essential Microsoft Excel online training programme. The course is written and produced by industry experts and developed in line with the ICAEW Spreadsheet Framework, covering all key competencies outlined for Basic and General Users.

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IAB launches new website

On Monday 5 June the IAB launched its new website. An email was sent to all students about the site, so hopefully, you have had a chance to visit the website and log into the Students’ Area.

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IAB student has business idea in the bag

IAB student Jade Smithson is set to launch her own business by unveiling her range of bags made from sports shirts.

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IAB member wins top prize at SME awards

IAB Member Natasha Penny FIAB AIAAP, of Busy Books, attended the glitzy Small Awards event in London recently as a finalist in the ‘At Your Service’ category.

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Pollen maps giving relief

Hay fever sufferers can now look up the location of plants that trigger their allergy following the publication of the first map of pollen hotspots.

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Keep off instagram!

Instagram is the worst social media ‘outlet’ in terms of its impact on the mental health of young people, says a new report.

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The robots are coming!

Automation is coming and finance professionals know their world is going to change dramatically in the next five years, according to FreeAgent’s COO Kevin McCallum.

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Share your views in the IAB communications survey

Here at the IAB, we are always striving to improve our services to our members. To do this, we want to know what is important to you.  

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Takeaway success

The pressure of exam revision often leads to more takeaway dinners for time-poor students. But according to new research, they might not be as bad for you as you thought

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International - Fed raises rates and outlines balance sheet reduction plan

The Federal Reserve has raised its benchmark lending rate for the third time in six months - crediting a stronger jobs market and economic growth.

The decision, widely expected by financial markets, took the US central bank's main rate to a target range of 1% to 1.25% and represented its fourth upwards move since December 2015 when it declared the financial crisis hangover at an end.

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