We offer the
following free subscriptions to email and RSS content covering
holidays news and updates. This
content, and its update frequency, correspond to those obtained by the world's
foremost diary and calendar publishers, using Q++
Studio which includes the Q++ Worldwide Public Holidays Database of
predictive rules which can be used to calculate the public holidays of any
country of the world, for any year in the future.
The list of countries
that observe a public holiday, this week.Feed is updated every
Monday morning, and updated
regularly, during the week, whenever last-minute changes occur in the world's
News, updates and analysis, covering all the countries
of the world, based on a daily review
of over 300 online newspapers, government sites, and institutional sources,
with references to past events, drawn on a decade of experience following
worldwide public holidays, to place current events in context, and anticipate on
possible future changes.
Current subscribers to our newsletters hail from well-known global organizations
diverse as: banking and finance (ABN-Amro, Barclays, Chase, Crédit-Suisse,
Goldman-Sachs, HSBC, ING, ITG, J.P.Morgan, Julius Baer, Morgan Stanley, Standard
Chartered), transport and logistics (Amadeus, Aramex, DHL, EADS, Europ
Assitance, Expedia, Fedex, Kuehne+Nagel, Maersk, SAS, TNT, UPS, Western Union),
the petroleum industry (BP, Exxon Mobil, Shell, Statoil), news and
publishing (Asian Geographic Journal, the India Times, Lonely Planet Guides, McGraw-Hill,
the New England Journal of
Medicine, Reuters, Thomson), the IT
Cisco, Dell, Fujitsu, Google, Microsoft, Océ, Oracle, Samsung, Siemens), global
consulting (EDS, KPMG), pharmaceuticals (Glaxo-Smith-Kline, Merck),
telecommunications (BT, Telefocal, Verizon), retailing
(Abercrombie and Fitch, DFS, Macy's, Rolex), as well as governmental
agencies and NGOs (Save the Children,
the United Nations,
the US Navy, the World Bank).
In addition to the above subscriptions to Q++ Studio content, we can recommend
the following free subscriptions from external sites which cover
information that we do not cover (please note that the content and opinions
expressed in these newsletters and websites are totally independent of ours):
Spots: A free daily intelligence briefing of relevant world events, which allows
you to keep on top of developing events that include: terrorist threats,
political strife, strikes, criminal activity, aviation incidents and health
outbreaks; all in one concise report.
Foreign Relations: The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), a non-partisan
think-tank, offers a variety of email newsletters about up-to-date material on
what’s happening around the world.
Newsletter: Proposes both a weekly newsletter with election-related news
from around the world and election news and information tailored to your
specific country interests.
If you have suggestions for
additional feeds, or questions or comments, please
do not hesitate to contact us.