i have some question about present continuous and present perfect. first is present continuous
if you "are opening" warehouse, good transport links and cheap rental costs will be a priority.
what is the meaning of "are opening"?
You are making warehouse but not open
already you built warehouse and are using warehouse?
i'm confused by opening
second is "has been". when i search in cambridge dictionary it says, it's just past not now just like:
a person who was famous, important, admired, or good at something in the past, but is no longer any of these.
but i saw the one sentence
there's been a rise in orders, we need to take on more staff
i think in this case demand of orders still rise now, so they need to more staff. is it right?