The role of chief financial officer has gone through some major changes since its inception, making the transition from CFO to country manager easier, according to Hoist Finance’s Julian Winfield.
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.
What do you get when you bring together 20 inspiring companies, the leaders at the helm of each, and ask them all to write candid accounts of what their journey is like each month? Welcome to Founders Diaries by Real Business.
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Simon Whitehead, partner at HRC Law, recently hit the £1m turnover mark and has joined our Founders Diaries section to share his growth stories.
Clothes2order MD Michael Conway was invited to travel to Richard Branson’s Necker Island for five days to soak up sun, sea, and valuable business advice from the Virgin founder himself.
Learning Space is an educational organisation, providing a wide range of resources for children of all needs. Lorraine McAleer founded…
The transition from founder to CEO is often a tricky one. So we called on numerous business leaders to share their advice for those looking to be at the helm of a company for the first time.
Entrepreneurs shouldn't be afraid to make mistakes along the way, or learn from others who have made them before – it's all part of the journey we go through.
While we often hear about government-backed trade missions to far-flung corners on the globe, what actually happens while companies are away and does anything happen off the back of them? Real Business was granted exclusive access to find out more.
Senior people don’t always receive the honest, constructive feedback they need fortheir own development – but here are some thoughts on how to change this.
With 80 per cent of viruses and most bacteria transmissible through touch, and the flu virus living on hard surfaces for up to 72 hours, it’s not surprising offices are such a hot-bed for bacteria and viruses.
A week after chancellor George Osborne decided to shut the doors to the Business Growth Service and the schemes it ran, we have been in continued conversation with the business community to gauge its reaction – and it's been pretty unanimously against the move.