We start the week with the penultimate batch of Britain’s entrepreneurial heroes. And who’s on the list today? Lastminute.com’s Brent Hoberman, Lord Drayson and the Federation of Small Business’s Stephen Alambritis. Check out Friday’s list here.
Will Critchlow founded internet marketing firm Distilled in 2005. A digital marketing expert, he has volunteered his services to Real Business readers. Each fortnight he will answer a pressing PPC, SEO or general internet query. This week Jelly London asks: "How do I get traffic to my Flash-based website?"
The world’s great investor Warren Buffet shares his views on financiers, fools and Fred Goodwin.
The Virgin founder compares the broadcaster’s grip on the pay-TV market to BA’s stranglehold on transatlantic flights in the nineties. Is BSkyB really killing off competing companies or is this just a case of sour grapes for the Virgin Media mogul?
Property tycoon Caroline Marsh shot to fame last year when she starred on Channel 4’s Secret Millionaire. Now the founding franchise partner of Platinum Property Partners is calling on the next generation of entrepreneurs to help UK charities.
Second-in-Charge insistent that he is in a fit state to work at least part time. After flaming row about it on Friday afternoon, do not feel up to arguing. Will see how he gets on.
Stress is a very individual thing. What I find stressful may be exciting or motivating to you, but there seem to be a few common threads that affect us all – as well as the people for whom we’re responsible.Here are a few ways in which we can all reduce the impact of pressure in our daily life.
Q: We’ve pitched for a couple of pieces of big business recently and lost. The team did well, we were just outgunned. While we shouldn’t blame ourselves, we need also to learn from any mistakes we made. What’s the best process for debriefing on such projects and keeping the enthusiasm of the team up?