Despite what the media and column inches may suggest, there are several export companies taking business to the next level, as was highlighted in our 2017 Amazon Growing Business Awards.
Author Shané Schutte
The 19th edition of the 2017 Amazon Growing Business Awards is right around the corner, and to celebrate we examine the shortlist for Entrepreneur of the Year in greater detail.
Charity Made by Dyslexia emphasised how the public remained unaware of the positive characteristics associated with dyslexia – and entrepreneurs are speaking up about how it’s helped them succeed in business.
The past offers numerous examples of where people have gone right – or wrong. It was the premise of a recent book, which delved into the lives of five leaders to pinpoint which valued traits came to the fore in times of need. We took a closer look.
Much research has been dedicated to how staff pick up habits from business owners and management teams like “the common cold”. Taking care of your wellbeing is no different.
Carolyn Lloyd Brown, founder of Heritage Angel, unveiled how Brexit led her to pursue opportunities beyond Europe – more specifically, in China.
We all love delving into the past, if not to glean advice then for pure interest’s sake. That was the reasoning behind Aldemore’s most recent analysis, in which it tried to find out when was the best time to start a business.
Motivational speaker Shed Simove is known for thinking out of the box in an almost cheeky manner. First he made a dating app where he was the only male, and now his business card could see you win a kiss.
Our September 2017 economic statistics unfortunately unveil a month mired with data that pointed out issues within the UK economy.
Employees are more aware than ever of the personal and professional wellbeing benefits of a good work-life balance, and employers are seeing the improvements to retention, productivity and the morale of staff.
Many have taken to emphasising the benefits of neurodiversity during Dyslexia Awareness Week. Satellite PR director Pauline Kent is no different. She unveils her experience of hiring those with dyslexia – and why more bosses should look to do the same.
With Dyslexic Awareness Week in full swing, we asked the UK workforce which tools and means allow them to work comfortably.