Describing it as a classic “business banana skin”, Ed Reeves explains why British employment law has caused him to get a bit of a bee in his bonnet.
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.
It’s a hot topic for both new and established businesses, but Adam Twidell finally has enough meaningful data to produce useful insights on his company.
A chance trip to Doomconf in Berlin convinced Ed Cooke to remove the traditional cloak of censorship, and talk candidly about where he messes up.
In his effort to become a market leader, Mike France is tapping into the Belbin philosophy at Christopher Ward – encouraging behavioural diversity, not stifling it.
The entertaining of clients might have developed a bad rep, but Simon Whitehead believes it important enough to make a key business resolution for 2017.
The start of a new year is a great time to demonstrate business ambition and set targets, but a system must be put in place to bring them suitably to life.
While Hunterlodge founder Rob Hunter is in favour of making sure staff have enough for retirement, small business auto-enrolment has been testing for him.
Steve Byrne, CEO at Travel Counsellors, discusses how investing in technology is critical to long-term survival and future-proofing to produce success.
Joining up with a former member of staff, and now the co-founder of Gandys Flip Flops, got Lee Biggins thinking about the importance of staying connected.
Integrating a new acquisition, as well as streamlining the business he recently bought back, got Harry Brunjes thinking about the value of key stakeholders.
New customer acquisition events and clients successes are great, but Nigel Shanahan is aware that he must take heed of valuable business learning points.