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CGT continues to make the headlines this Friday, with Cameron coming under increasing pressure to reconsider. Plus: why is the British public turning against WH Smiths; how many women do you need to have on your board; and who cares about 4G phones?
Sir James Dyson believes that the government’s inability to spot winners is leading to “unlikely but brilliant ideas being spurned”. Sir James Dyson has been vocal about entrepreneurship and science in the past – so what does he want to see changed?
How much do you care about your customer service? Do you have the right processes in place? Research shows British businesses are ignoring customer emails – and it’s costing them money.
As a branding expert, it’s fascinating for me to consider how the election played out and how all the parties totally failed to make their mark and engage with people on an emotional level. If you ask me, far too much time was spent trying to come up with pithy sound bites and one-liners, rather than seriously attempting to answer the hard question: “How can we differentiate ourselves from the other parties?”
Notion Capital founder Jos White shared his views with us at the 2010 Entrepreneurs Summit, but with his latest investment, Jos White is putting his money where his mouth is: cloud computing.
Kraft is censured over Cadbury buyout. Plus: CGT revolt begins in earnest; Dyson doubles profits; and Bank of England told to increase interest rates.
Completed interviews for sales admin job – even though the CVs keep flooding in by the hour.
Feel like something the cat would never have bothered dragging in.
Novelty-gifts genius Shed Simove recently decided to create a new bathware product – a shower mitten that combines politics with personal hygiene. Intrigued? He tells Real Business how he got it off the ground (and into the shower).
I wonder what the outcome of the general election would have been had the electorate comprised only of people whose livelihood depended on SMEs.