Navman Wireless founder Tony Neill has products in ten countries. Here’s why he believes this strategy will help his vehicle tracking firm through the recession.
Bank chiefs from RBS and HBOS have appeared before the Treasury select committee, apologising for being bailed out by the government.
Some 7.8 million square feet of office space is currently lying empty in the City of London. This country’s financial hub is beginning to resemble a ghost town.
The good news is that growth is the main reason that prompts the replacement of finance software. When companies first start out, they often run a standalone system that sits on a single PC and is managed by the bookkeeper or even the founder.
Edward Wray is the boss of Betfair – the £239m-turnover, £42m-profit-making online betting giant. But when he set up the company nine years ago, he didn’t have a clue how to promote the website. So he dressed up as a pallbearer.
Internet marketing agency TrafficBroker is investing in the publishing side of the business to mitigate the risk of being so reliant on Google, says founder Neil Hutchinson.
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Grass Roots Group founder David Evans has survived two recessions by conserving people and assets but being ruthless with staff cuts when he needed to be.