With the introduction of GDPR two months away (25 May), the news this week regarding Cambridge Analytica and the Facebook data breach involving data of approximately 50m Facebook users, should be a lesson to every business of the real risks under GDPR.
Today’s HR managers are increasingly targeting millennials to rejuvenate the workforce. However, this generation of employees demand flexibility – in both their working hours, and working location.
Before jumping in and giving advice to your employee the next time an issue arises, try one of the following techniques from Karen Meager and John McLachlan, founders of the Monkey Puzzle management training school.
By now, business owners and entrepreneurs know building a successful company starts with the customer experience. In fact, 72 per cent say improving the experience is at the top of the list.
At the International Fintech Conference in London, chancellor Philip Hammond announced the Fintech Sector Strategy in a bid to secure the UK’s place as leader of finance and technology.
More than 40 per cent of Brits would allow a brand to put their logo, along with the words “sponsored by”, in the bottom corner of their personal profile photos on social media channels, new research has revealed.
Richard Stonier, co-founder and partner of online accounting provider Tally, explains four ways to keep your HR procedures in check, to help protect your business’ budget.
The year 2017 was set to be the best yet for companies spinning out from university, according to a new study from law firm Penningtons Manches. Through the year, spin-outs raised more than £1bn.
Machine learning and AI could help small business owners solve issues of efficiency, operational costs, and compliance, whilst opening the door for further innovation, writes VP of general business and channels at multinational software firm SAP, Ian Wahlers.
Real Business unveils ten technology companies that raised £80m and over in 2017, with virtual reality firm Improbable leading the way.
While SME owners were heartened to hear the chancellor prioritise tackling late payments in last week’s Spring Statement, firms can proactively tackle the issue themselves, writes CEO at Oxygen Finance, Ben Jackson.
GDPR will come into effect in fewer than 100 days, so now is the time for businesses everywhere to assess the way employee and customer data is processed and held. Direct mail provider, Pepper, explains the changes it has made to ensure compliance.