As many of us overindulged during the festive season, embracing a clean living lifestyle seems like a way out in January, so we’ve spoken with UK firms capitalising on the trend.
The internet can make or break a company’s reputation, but customer reviews platform provider Feefo has designed a unique invite-only model that prompts businesses to actively encourage consumer feedback.
Charlie Mullins is the epitome of self-made. Having gone from skipping school to apprentice to then open Pimlico Plumbers, the business has a £30m turnover, which has given him the keys to the good life.
London-based football team Tottenham Hotspur FC is in the process of an incredible transformation, and Real Business was invited to White Hart Lane to speak with the directors about the new stadium and how local SMEs will prosper.
Thermoseal Group is no stranger to winning accolades, with Export Champion of the Year being the latest title bestowed upon it at the 2016 Amazon Growing Business Awards. Intrigued by the company’s journey thus far, we talked with managing director Gwain Paterson, who attributed much of its success to overcoming challenges.
CitySuites is a business travel brand so new it hasn’t opened its doors to customers yet, but the Northern Powerhouse firm is confident its combination of hotel luxury with home comforts will be a success.
Since the time it was appointed official timekeeper for the 1964 Tokyo Olympics, Epson garnered numerous achievements in large part due to innovative thinking – from creating the first analog quartz watch to being part of the STS-95 space shuttle mission – and we wondered how it used said innovation to drive business. So we asked.
Having won the accolade of Growing Business of the Year: Smaller Company (Turnover up to £10m) at the Amazon Growing Business Awards, we heard how Hotcha has scaled in the fractured Chinese takeaway industry.
For the first helping of Corporate Insights in 2017, we’ve spoken with Rackspace to hear how, and why, the company’s “fanatical support” office design fits into the operation.
You win The Apprentice, secure Alan Sugar as a business partner and start scaling your firm – but what do you do with the money outside of the office?
We spoke with Sage CEO Stephen Kelly, who opened up on current developments at the accounting software firm – including where pride and politics fit into the operation.
Fat Cat Wednesday represents the day on which FTSE 100 CEOs earned the average annual UK salary of £28,200 – and we’re only four days into the new year.