Omega Opinion, an integral part of Omega, is a good place for clients to get a greater understanding of what Omega stands for. We have a wide range of posts on differing topics of both a general and business interest. Although hosted on our Learn subsite this is the place to start. Our posts have been organised according to date order below and will open in a new tab for your convenience. Within the host site you can also search per category.
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This post looks at the summer wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. At the time many criticised the cost of such a lavish wedding in the face of economic austerity. Here is Omega‘s take on it.
In recent years how we do our shopping has been almost totally reinvented. In this article Omega looks at the future application of existing technologies and what it means to the consumer. This is more than an article about online shopping and covers concepts such as ubiquitous computing – otherwise known as the Internet of Things.
The national psyche of a country can affect the individual personalities of its nationals for better or worse. This article discusses, using the example of Poland, how this can be the case and what we can learn about ourselves. Furthermore if we are aware of such issues we can pro-actively seek to overcome them and be better than our history on both a personal and a national level.
10 years after the virtual meltdown of the world financial system Omega revisits the crisis with the benefit of hindsight and looks at the fundamentals of what went wrong and suggests a more robust way in which such a crisis could be avoided in the future – simply by a return to basics and the implementation of best practices.
Following on from the previous article about the financial crisis this article explores the immoral principles that define much of the banking sector and examines the real reasons why they offer such little return on client savings. It discusses how the banks do not really care about their clients and are only interested in lining their own pockets.
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