Before the FD Surgery 2017 officially commenced, Real Business held a series of exclusive roundtable discussions for intimate insights from financial heads, one of which concentrated on employee spend.
Creating strong partnerships and managing them effectively will contribute significantly to your success and happiness.
It doesn’t matter how qualified or experienced you were beforehand, after a long break you may be asking whether you can pick up where you left off. That’s where returnships come in.
When it comes to running a business, working capital is crucial, but how does one set out to find out the true wellbeing of the finances?
At the FD Surgery on 17 May, Real Business took a look at how Trump, Brexit and extreme politics are impacting the direction of British businesses.
Oft-cited startup hubs, apart from Silicon Valley, include London and Berlin. But a new community has blossomed somewhere colder: Nordic countries Sweden, Denmark and Finland are quickly becoming “best in class”.
Although we may enjoy routines and feel completely at a loss if we don’t have things the way we are accustomed to, it is within our capacity to make considerable changes so that we are more efficient or more contented in our environment.
In keeping with our goal of being different, this month we were delighted to be awarded the esteemed D&AD Wood Pencil award for our 2016 company rebrand, which sought – amongst other things – to reflect the way our business and identity differ from those of our industry competitors.
It’s time for companies to stop making assumptions about customers behaviour and interests, and start making use of location insights.
For the last 20 years, brands have followed consumers around the internet, surfacing spammy retargeting ads for products they already have. This kind of “personalisation” has been driven by a use of browser cookies and mobile IDs – and needs to end. Instead, all hail permission-based marketing.
Future law firms will need to put purpose before profit, offer a distinctive service and build a culture to sustain that distinctiveness.
Throughout the 1970s, entrepreneurs were as rare as hen’s teeth. Then, when our country made the historic decision to elect its first female prime minister, that all changed.