New technologies like automation, robotics and big data will dramatically alter the workplace of the future. Set against a backdrop of political and economic uncertainty, we are likely to see a number of new roles emerge over the next 12 months.
Looking at the 12 months ahead, this is the time when we set business targets and New Year’s resolutions for ourselves, so let’s make them happen.
When it comes to staff priorities to consider throughout this year, there are three standout things that businesses must be prepared for.
The New Year is here and the 2017 fintech industry holds the potential for exciting new developments, as well as having to come against a fast moving landscape and political impacts.
The New Year, which traditionally marks career considerations, is underway and CV-Library has revealed Britain’s top cities for new jobs in 2017.
With findings taken from Google Trends, there are a handful of niche business ideas that are set to achieve success in 2017.
What 2017 technology trends will take the business world by storm? There are five standout developments to prepare for.
In an era of email, Slack, Skype and Google Hangouts, I’m a great believer that meeting face-to-face increases the chances of striking a deal – and I’m not alone.
For hospitality firms, December is a whirl of Christmas parties and festive excess – even if they’re the ones working hard to ensure everyone has a good time. But when the music stops in the New Year, the hangover hits pubs, hotels, and restaurants particularly hard with January blues.
Data projects have huge business value potential, which we will continue to see in the short, mid and longer term, but how can they be used to derive this value properly?
I’ve looked at the New Year ahead and what all businesses can do to ensure they have an effective sales plan to guide them in 2017.
Jeremy Cook, chief economist at World First, the currency and international payments firm, discusses emerging markets and his predictions for 2017 in the second of a two part series.