From social media to TV advertising, there are countless ways to boost your company’s brand – but what about sports sponsorship as a way forward?
It’s not all trophies, sports cars, wild parties and famous girlfriends for soccer stars, as an infographic has detailed the entrepreneurial way that footballers’ business lives are scoring them goals off the field.
While sports fanatics were glued to the action during golf’s Ryder Cup, business experts were caught up in the debate over which team had the better team spirit and why.
We all strive for a work/life balance but are UK businesses doing enough to enable employees to embrace real change in their lives, helping them to improve overall health and wellbeing?
In the latest of our Business Class profiles, we hear from Gary Lavin, a former professional rugby player who turned his attention towards business after an injury forced him out of action. Now, in ownership of healthy drink brand VitHit, which sells 17 million bottles annually, Lavin paints a picture of the prosperous new life he’s created.
Heavyweight boxer David Haye has used his platform to champion British business, contributing to a £2.65m seed investment round for recruitment app Syft alongside David Cameron’s former enterprise advisor Lord Young.
Real Business is currently in attendance at the Sage Summit 2016 in Chicago. Kicking off day one in a memorable fashion to set the tone for the week, former American football star and Super Bowl-winning coach Mike Ditka led the grand opening of the event, which is set to have 15,000 entrepreneurs in attendance.
Fresh from Richard Branson launching a Vote Remain campaign ahead of the EU referendum on 23 June, football star-cum-model David Beckham has backed the Virgin businessman and sounded off his reasons in a unique fashion.
Tennis star Andy Murray has continued his crowdfunding career with Seedrs by serving up a trio of diverse investments, which include a focus on cycling, dogs and beauty.
Detailing a fast-paced lifestyle in our latest Business Class profile, having decided he didn’t want a pair of socks for his birthday, entrepreneur Simon Dolan asked his wife for a track day – this resulted in him winning the 24 Hours of Le Mans tournament and becoming a racing team owner.
It’s not just Ranulph Fiennes who enjoys thrill-seeking, and often life-endangering, activities – Real Business discovered as much by rounding up the UK leaders who love nothing more than getting their adrenaline pumping when they leave the boardroom.
With just days to go, over 36,000 runners across the UK are gearing up to take on the notorious London marathon. So what should you do when an employee decides to take on the challenge?