For many, a new year is a new start and brings a host of new challenges – as well as opportunities. For Office Space in Town, ours is no different. As I look ahead to the coming year, I am newly resolved to change the way my sector, serviced offices, is viewed.
When it comes to social impact, recent news about gig economy brands ignoring workers’ rights, or startups going bust after squandering investor cash, raises fresh questions about the values underpinning our digital society.
Entrepreneurs are right to expect government support in creating a strong business environment, but should stand on their own two feet when it comes to trade shows like CES.
The UK’s working fathers are prepared to sideline their careers for improved work-life balance and family time, the 2017 Modern Families Index has revealed.
Whether it’s lauding accomplishments or knocking failing ones down, big brands get too much attention when compared with our nation’s real business heroes.
Business travel is often time-sensitive, so perhaps rushing is the reason corporate customers have a habit of leaving their bizarre belongings in hotel rooms.
Over the course of their working lives, Brits spend so much money on lunch that they may want to start making time for packing cheese and cucumber sarnies before leaving the house each day.
The Royal Albert Hall has made a Grand Tier Box available for purchase for the first time in almost ten years, which has been described as a sound alternative investment.
In the run up to this year’s Davos gathering of the great and the something or other, the founder of the World Economic Forum, professor Klaus Schwab, issued an extraordinary one pager in the 11 January edition of the Financial Times.
As a business leader, what will you do to make boosting productivity in your company with a one per cent improvement in 2017 happen?
You win The Apprentice, secure Alan Sugar as a business partner and start scaling your firm – but what do you do with the money outside of the office?
Far from giving schools a grade based on exam performance, the education system should have to show value by demonstrating student job success.