If you’re seeking a new way to boost the flow of innovation entering the business, you could look to introduce the hackathon – a method Facebook favours.
Fake currency is a business, and business is booming. Yet despite high-profile cases, the Secret Service has said, “The threat of fake currency has grown in recent years,” thanks to advances in scanning and printing technology.
A surprise accolade confirms Richard Blanford’s view that continued innovation is the way forward, while failing fast is no bad thing if quickly abandoned.
Ice cream chain Ben & Jerry’s won’t serve two scoops of the same flavour in Australia until same-sex marriage is made legal. Creative moves such as this has garnered the company a fabulous reputation for doing good.
After spending time on a new visual look for her business, TaxCalc CEO Tracy Ebdon-Poole got thinking about why brand identity is a daily task.
International Airlines Group (IAG), the owner of British Airways, has invested in two tech startups as part of its accelerator programme.
To foster innovation is one of the key drivers of any successful business. What can be tricky however, is trying to find ways in which to do so.
Santander and EEF co-published a report on the UK aerospace industry, maintaining the sector would continue to grow – and was already a global powerhouse to reckon with.
Despite dozens of initiatives over the decades, Britain’s innovation culture remains a problem. Great ideas get stuck never making it out of research journals, and potentially great companies flounder because inventors lack the skills necessary to be successful entrepreneurs.
Nigel Shananan explains how the creation of “Freedom Friday” at Rant & Rave helped create an environment for experimentation, including an Amazon tie-in.
An article caused Richard Blanford to reflect on the importance of business innovation and hard work, and why getting your processes right is so vital.
Mark Tighe, CEO at RD Tax Solutions, explains why the chancellor is on the right track with R&D tax relief but needs to fine-tune his message.