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Vikki van Someren is married to Anthony ‘Dutch’ van Someren, the founder of the hugely successful Bike Shed Motorcycle Club (BSMC) in 2011. Since that date, The Bike Shed has not only run annual custom motorcycle shows in London and Paris, it has also branched out and set-up a 12,000 square foot venue in Shoreditch that features a 100 seat café and restaurant, retail space and even a barber shop.

As well as this venue hosting regular events, Bike Shed’s Facebook page currently has over 650,000 followers, 100,000 follow it on Instagram and BSMC is a major player in the custom bike scene with manufacturers such as Triumph, Yamaha and Harley-Davidson keen to be associated with it. And it’s fair to say that without the driving force of Vikki behind it, much of this success simply wouldn’t have happened.

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The British economy is experiencing a somewhat exciting time at the moment, mainly due to the impact Brexit has had on the country’s finances. However, exciting doesn’t always mean good and the uncertainty it has provided has led to a lot of worries for individuals and businesses alike. The Bank of England has realised that sitting and doing nothing poses an incredible risk, so it has come up with a few suggestions that could help businesses.

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According to recent figures, an estimated $5.3 trillion is traded on the foreign exchange every single day. This is a striking statistic, but one that becomes even more impactful when you delve beyond the headline number. Currency trading volumes are continuing to increase incrementally across the globe, for example, particularly in Asian-Pacific regions such as Japan and Australia.

The former experienced an increase in volume of 28% between last October an April this year, reaching a staggering $61.8 billion in the process. Australia such an increase of 19%, as the foreign exchange continued to undermine its global popularity and renowned liquidity.

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