Offices come in all shapes and sizes. Some are fancy, others dull but the reality is we all spend more time in the office than any other place. Like our homes, if we don’t like the environment, our mood and attitude will be affected.
Joining the ranks of breast cancer week, national vegetarian week, enterprise week and tax week comes credit crunch week.
David William Smith has been appointed finance director and company secretary of plantation developer Anglo-Eastern.
Moneyexpert chairman, the entrepreneur Nigel Warr, is making big moves with his financial comparison business.
Antony Harris has been appointed finance director of Arena Leisure.
Scottish racing legend Sir Jackie Stewart recently accused his countrymen of being workshy, lazy and reliant on safe public-sector jobs for their employment. "That was pretty insulting,” says Steve Leach, founder of Edinburgh-based Bigmouthmedia. “There are plenty of successful entrepreneurs north of the M25.”
T-Enterprise co-founder Zarrar Chishti says the bigger the software and games development firm gets, the less likely it will be able to offer the flexible working conditions its employees currently take advantage of.
If I were asked to name the single most important thing a new company should be thinking about, it would be branding.
When Andy Davidson started Leaf-it-at-home, he wanted it to be an independent operation. But the taxman had other ideas.
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She may have just sold her flooring company Flowcrete for £35m but it hasn’t been a smooth ride to success for Dawn Gibbins. And given the current economic climate – she says now is the time, more than ever, to focus on reducing your variable costs.
Private jets, chateaux, cognac – sometimes it’s hard work being a business hack.