Organisations are only as strong as their weakest link. The National Cyber Security Centre must ensure companies develop a strategy to equip their IT teams.
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Simon Douglass is an entrepreneur with a background at Google. He understands that for a small business to be successful, you’ve got to fight your corner and remain flexible.
As part of a Silicon Valley Comes to the UK trade mission, 15 British female founders will head to San Francisco and discuss scaling and overseas business.
The Cannes Film Festival isn’t just about the red carpet; next door, in the Marche du Film, movies are changing hands for hundreds of millions – but UK production companies are struggling.
Small rural businesses have it tough and tend to rely more on traditional processes; whether that’s just selling locally, relying on word of mouth, or banking in person at the local branch.
Jo Macfarlane is a Scottish candle maker who dreams to export globally and crack Europe. She has a few digital challenges in her way, but here’s how she plans to overcome them and get exporting globally.
Logitech recently shined a light on the UK’s presentation woes, claiming many workers can’t stand the thought of public speaking – and their nerves end up sending colleagues to sleep.
There is no one size fits all approach for getting corporate culture right, not least because it will be truly unique to each organisation. That said, there are ways to tackle it head on.
Launched in 1994 and 2012, EIS and SEIS have encouraged investors to back riskier businesses by providing access to income tax and capital gains tax relief, but now the much heralded funding method is on the decline.
The Apprentice has changed its format over the years, but behind-the-scenes it turns out contestants are treated somewhat like Big Brother housemates.
Market volatility, digital disruption, political turmoil, and a rapidly changing environment are only some of the elements that businesses will have to factor into their corporate real estate strategies this year.
Amid the launch of the Apprenticeship Levy and increase of National Minimum Wage, prime minister Theresa May announced a snap election – an event we analysed in our roundup of April 2017 economic statistics.