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Boxlight to Appoint Greg Wiggins as Chief Financial Officer

DULUTH, Ga., June 14, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Boxlight Corporation (Nasdaq: BOXL), a leading provider of interactive technology, digital signage and software solutions, today announced that Greg Wiggins will be appointed as Chief Financial Officer commencing on July 5, 2022. As previously reported, Patrick Foley, the Company’s current CFO, will be stepping down for personal reasons. Mr. Foley will remain with Boxlight until July 29, 2022 to assist with the transition.

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Greg Wiggins, Chief Financial Officer (Photo: Business Wire)

Mr. Wiggins is a certified public accountant with more than 15 years of experience providing corporate finance leadership to high-growth companies. Since 2019, Mr. Wiggins has served as an Assurance Director at BDO USA, LLP where he performs critical tasks associated with assurance and risk management, utilizing advanced knowledge of US GAAP and SEC reporting rules. Previously, from 2017 to

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Get Microsoft Office and Core Finance Courses for One Price

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If there’s one software that every entrepreneur should have, it’s Microsoft Office. Virtually everyone has some familiarity with Microsoft Office, and it’s extremely useful for entrepreneurs in all industries.


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The bundle, obviously, is highlighted by a lifetime license to Microsoft Office 2021 Professional for Windows. This gives you access to Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Teams, OneNote, Publisher, and Access — all of the top tools in

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Top Masters in Finance degrees of 2022

Good afternoon from London. We have just published our 2022 ranking of masters finance courses around the world. French business schools continue their winning streak, while London Business School retains its lead in providing programs for experienced professionals.

Demand for masters in finance qualifications remains strong, but business schools are facing more competition from other training providers.

Thank you for reading Business School Briefing and have a great week — Wai Kwen Chan and Andrew Jack

FT Masters in Finance rankings of 2022: the results are out

HEC Paris is number one in our league table of postgraduate finance courses for students with little or no experience and French schools take the top five places.

We also reveal the top three finance masters for those who already have professional experience in the sector.

You can learn how the tables were compiled, find out how business schools are tackling financial

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Sonovate: Why Is Business Finance Lagging Behind Embedded Finance?

Embedded finance is already bringing significant disruption to the consumer market. So why is business finance lagging behind?

Sonovate co-founder and co-CEO, Richard Prime
Richard Prime

This is the narrative explored here by Sonovate‘s co-founder and co-CEO, Richard Primewho delves into the success of embedded finance, and what the industry can take from that journey to better the business financing journey.

Sonovate itself is a tech-driven financing platform for businesses to access and manage their funding requirements through its app or via its API. Created to make it easier for businesses and individuals to run and manage their working lives, to date, the platform has funded over £2.5billion in over 40 countries.

The pandemic has shifted the needs and expectations of consumers when it comes to accessing finance, and indeed the way in which they do so. Over the past two years, embedded finance has flooded the consumer market, with services such as afterpay

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US failed to stop fraud in COVID business loans

A masked person walks past a sign that says "Store for Rent" with 1,000 square feet available and a phone number

A Store For Rent sign is displayed at a retail property in Chicago, on June 20, 2020. As much as 20% of a pandemic relief program to help small businesses is believed to have gone to fraudsters. (AP Photo: Nam Y. Huh)

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As much as 20% of a pandemic relief program to help small businesses is believed to have gone to fraudsters.

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