If you’re considered investing in the dating sector then you may be up for some heated competition given that the sector is experiencing phenomenal growth, and because of its unique nature it is incubating some incredibly disruptive technology.
Richard Blandford, founder of Fordway, firmly believes when things get tough, doing nothing is not an option – as he’ll be explaining in Founders Diaries.
Ed Reeves and his business, Moneypenny, have just moved into a new office, the first in a series of growth moves that will be covered in Founders Diaries.
Infinity is a company built around the good old fashioned phone call – a call tracking platform that can help businesses identify which campaigns have led to phone calls. We caught up with CEO Paul Walsh to hear the company’s story so far.
Real Business spoke with Hubert Da Costa, vice president EMEA at Cradlepoint, who unveiled the woes of rural broadband and the need for a better technology strategy after BT showed how easy it was to experience service failure.
We are now well into a large scale tech refresh, driven by the move to digital business. The change is profound enough that IDC has divided the world’s top 2,000 companies into being either a “thriver or survivor” based on whether or not the firm has digital transformation at the heart of its corporate strategy.
Facebook Pages is having a slight makeover, which will see call-to-action buttons allow people to shop then and there, get a quote and move around more seamlessly.
Musician Imogen Heap has suggested the solution to people not investing in the “tarnished” music industry lies in tech and an automated payment process.
Faster and faster broadband speeds have been a staple of industry talk for as long as I can remember. It’s defined the copper debate for years, and provided pretty much the entire context for FTTP demand – but now we’ve started focusing on service innovation.
A 45,000 sq ft site near Tower Bridge has been revealed as the new Zoopla office, and features a swimming pool, wine cellar and treehouse for its 500 staff.
You don’t need to be Arkwright to appreciate the business benefits of being open all hours. Yet a surprising number of B2B companies have the metaphorical “closed sign” in the shop window at times when customers are poised to make a purchase.
Businesses across the world are embracing new digital advances which are benefiting staff productivity levels and efficiency while saving money. Although technology has already played a huge part in industries such as farming and production, it is now set to take on more traditional “white collar” office jobs.