The road to business success is never straightforward, and every entrepreneur experiences setbacks, must negotiate bumps in the road and overcome challenges. So it helps to have the right investor on board.
“The road to three per cent,” a CBI report, has claimed Brexit could diminish access to funding and collaboration, “damaging our influence overseas”. With its warning in mind, more companies have started recruiting for innovation.
Thursday 17 August will see numerous Brits get their A-level results, and entrepreneurs and researchers alike are making it known that those with poor grades have nothing to fear in terms of finding work.
“Leading by example” isn’t a term to be ignored. Your behaviour can quickly be mimicked – and it can be either detrimental or beneficial to your corporate culture.
Whether you’re a software company, retailer or in financial services, substandard delivery won’t cut it anymore. But to stay top of your game, you’ll need to recruit top talent – an endeavour often coming down to culture vs skills.
With the skills shortage across the UK putting pressure on companies to recruit the right staff, it’s perhaps not surprising that permanent starting salaries rose at a sharp and accelerated rate.
The demand for digital skills has clearly outstripped supply. Against the backdrop of political and economic uncertainty, London Tech Week is the ideal time to remind our thriving city to fight to retain the title of Europe’s biggest hub – and that it needs to step up efforts to keep its digital darlings.
“What the country needs now more than ever is certainty,” Theresa May stated outside number 10. This is no more the case than for businesses with foreign staff.
Rant & Rave’s Nigel Shanahan is on one business mission – to create ravers for life and ensure his company does not have a single recruitment issue.
The Centre for Entrepreneurs has reported that migrants are behind one in seven UK companies – and it’s only a fraction of the research highlighting their contribution to the economy.
Creating strong partnerships and managing them effectively will contribute significantly to your success and happiness.
The experiences and lessons learned by market-leading businesses speaking at Amazon Academy in Edinburgh showcased the country’s entrepreneurial talent and demonstrated future enterprise growth potential.