Donald Bell has been appointed interim chief financial officer and company secretary of technology company Pursuit Dynamics.
Access Accounting has a green committee and offers a revolutionary new product to help customers account for their carbon emissions but founder Alistair O’Reilly insists it can’t be considered a truly environmentally-friendly company.
Gary Cousins’ nomadic law firm will go to the ends of the earth for a face-to-face.
John Hutton, James Caan, Richard Lambert, Sir Ronald Cohen and other entrepreneurs take centre stage at the second Real Business/CBI Entrepreneurs’ Summit.
Peter Darraugh is stepping down as chief financial officer of Spring, the professional staffing and workforce management company.
Being a West Ham supporter, I haven’t paid much attention to the bickering at Liverpool FC between co-owner Tom Hicks and chief executive Rick Parry.
I’ve waded through so much crap about the entrepreneur vs. MBA argument. Finally, I’ve stumbled across something worth reading.
John Tobin has been appointed group finance director of technical service provider to veterinary surgeries Animalcare.
Lise Madsen left her home in rural Denmark at the age of 16 to train as a pastry chef. Now the mother-of-two runs a London-based cakes company and has cut a deal with Waitrose that will double turnover.
Nigel Bell has been appointed interim chief financial officer of Payzone.
When it comes to employing staff, recruitment tends to be the easy part. Retaining the best staff is where the battle often begins. But as John Hughes, founder and MD of Cygnet Health Care discovered, financial incentives and employee share schemes are a good start – the company hasn’t lost a single senior manager since being set up in 1987.