If you’re seeking a new way to boost the flow of innovation entering the business, you could look to introduce the hackathon – a method Facebook favours.
Author Real Business
The digital world can help to make a business’ reputation, so it’s important to get customer service right, just as it was before the technology boom.
When it comes to business cyber attacks, we have found that organisations are often confident in the defences they have in place.
As the world of business continues to evolve with new technologies, we look at the difference between artificial intelligence and intelligent automation.
Oldrids & Downtown’s Robyn Henderson looks at the age-old issue of lunch breaks and discusses what employers should be doing to promote them.
Who doesn’t love a good dinner party? Great atmosphere, interesting people, stimulating conversation, sparkling wit and sumptuous food…Mmm… are all likely to lead to a very enjoyable and memorable evening.
With pressure to cut costs, save time and generate profit, many business leaders still adopt a “stick to what I know mentality” for business sustainability.
Whilst many are familiar with the impact sickness absence has on businesses, especially smaller organisations, little information is provided about the effect of presenteeism.
It’s happened again, Britain has a hung parliament. Small business expert Carl Reader explains what the result of this general election might be for SMEs.
Michael Hufton, CEO of ingage, recounts his tale of joining an 11-day government trade mission to the farthest corner of the globe.
British Airways (BA) has launched its Club Europe business class service on UK domestic flights. Business travellers on internal UK flights can now benefit from a separate cabin with a dedicated crew, a guaranteed window or aisle seat, and complimentary food and drink.
John O’Connell, Scale Up Group chairman and founder of the Enterprise Awards, asks five well-known entrepreneurs about their biggest mistakes in business.