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.
The arrival of Storm Doris in the UK has caused various levels of chaos across the country, but SMEs are still taking chances with forward planning for such scenarios.
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.
William Culbert, director of solutions for engineering at Bomgar explains the importance of security for SMEs when implementing remote working practices.
To make sure your 2017 is as productive as possible, we’ve got a rundown of the eight best business apps you should download to help manage your operation.
When it comes to economic growth, SMEs are pivotal to the future of the UK. They contribute to 60 per cent of all private sector employment in the country, according to the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB), and are often at the heart of finding new and innovative ways to work.
Meetings are an essential element of business. A collaborative culture is dominating the business world and so meetings are vital to ensure success.
Holidays are a time to recharge, have fun and spend time with friends and family. Taking time out of work provides the perfect chance to switch off from the day-to-day routine which is often exhausting for anyone running a small business. However, for many SME owners it is not easy to switch off completely.
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.
50 British businesses have united as part of the Smarter Working Initiative, with MediaCom and RED Driving School among firms that want companies across the country to give flexible working a test run on Monday 25 July 2016.
Some 24 per cent of British employees, equivalent to 7.5m workers, have revealed work-life balance is high on their agenda as they would prefer working from home instead of receiving increased pay. But why do they really want to skip going into the office and snub the opportunity for higher earnings?