In the last few years, we’ve seen co-working spaces grow from strength to strength. In London alone, there is estimated to be over 1,000 co-working spaces and the capital was recently cited as the leading global market in this sector.
While we’re a long way off hologram-only meetings or humanoid robot supervisors patrolling office space, automation and AI are already transforming aspects of business.
Renting premises may seem like the go-to for growing companies, but the fact of the matter is that leaders should consider buying property instead.
Croydon has grown over the past ten years to prove itself a worthy alternative destination against central London’s tech industry.
As part of the Business Broadband section we’re introducing our resident troubleshooter, who will not only be writing advice articles on how you can make the best of the broadband you have, but also take on business broadband questions from the public.
Apps like Uber have certainly made location technology mainstream, but how and why should businesses that don’t deal with location in an immediate context be competitively concerned about wider adoption?
Expansion is a core business objective and having an online presence is increasingly important in order to meet this growth. And a global web presence gives firms a direct channel to reach new customers in a new target market.
Location, location, location; geography has always been an important factor for businesses. The right environment can place firms in the best possible position to serve customers, expand reach, add to the bottom line, and literally ensure being in the right place at the right time!
London is often considered the business capital of Europe, so it’s unsurprising many workers in the capital have high-flying careers – but which areas do they consider the most prestigious? To make mingling with peers easier, a study has highlighted the locations where wealthy professionals have taken up residence.
With the high profile collapse of BHS, and high street footfall falling year-on-year, these are worrying times for UK retailers. But what if they could predict approaching woes ahead of time and take evasive action?
Using three factors, job marketplace Glassdoor has revealed the top 20 UK towns and cities for Brits to seek work in 2016, and London has not made the cut.
The traditional 9-to-5 employment model has been well and truly shaken up. A combination of demographic shifts, legislations and technological advances mean that expectations have never been higher for employers to fully cater for a new generation of remote workers.