The latest partnership involving Manchester United Football Club has been unveiled, one which will see HCL Technologies create a United Xperience Lab to discover “revolutionary ways” for the team to use tech to crate a “unified fan experience”.
As new technologies, such as wearables and beacons, become increasingly popular, the opportunity for travel businesses to offer a personalised experience has become a reality.
Having founded Chillisauce, an events company specialising in group activities and corporate events in 2001 from a bedroom with three of his friends from university, James Baddiley takes the time to look back on progress to date and explains how he's scaled his multi-million pound enterprise.
According to Companies House data, analysed by O2 Business, August 28th was the day 4,794 new businesses were created in 2014 – more than any other day in 2014.
The battle between man and machines goes back centuries. Are they taking our jobs? Or are they merely easing our workload? Paul Hennin, director of marketing at Aerohive Networks, believes that it is the latter.
Swedish fashion chain H&M has launched a €1m prize to find new ideas to help it and its customers recycle old clothes.
Less than a fifth of directors at "Silicon Roundabout" tech companies are women – fewer than the often criticised number of females in the top jobs in the FTSE 100.
In almost every sector, attention tends to focus on the largest players, but often this is not where the real action is happening. Across Europe, smaller firms are redefining categories and providing stiff competition for incumbent operators.
An Australian business which is producing a dog collar fusing GPS tracking technology and tools to monitor a pet’s health has taken to Kickstarter in the hope of securing $385,000.
With the arrival of Samsung Pay to complement/battle Apple Pay – and with Android Pay bringing up the rear in a few months – going cashless just got a lot easier and ever more secure.
While many business founders may feel possessive about anyone else taking the reins, they're not always the best person for the job. We've compiled a list of five notable examples who were renowned for setting up a company, but weren't quite so successful at running it.
While young entrepreneur Lewis Howard doesn’t believe the plumbing sector has changed much since he was first exposed to it 15 years ago, that doesn’t mean he thinks the space isn’t able to be disrupted – something he intends to do with his business C&J Heating & Plumbing.