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EV expansion, ski resort crisis and finding the right staff: winter business challenges

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On Business Line this month we speak to the CEO of Profinda, a company that uses AI to connect employers with employees worldwide. We delve into the expansion of EVs and take a look at how European ski resorts are struggling during the pandemic.

Added on the 23/03/2021 13:00:12 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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