While numbers can sometimes indicate brand advocacy, consumers are becoming savvy to businesses cheating the system, according to Anthony Tattum.
More signs are emerging that the economy could be picking up, but there are still concerns on the horizon.
IP lawyer Rosie Burbidge explains what steps your SME should take if its IP has been breached.
The use of zero-hour contracts has been abused by some employers and workers (generally those in low paid jobs) have been exploited. Pressure from the media, trade unions to ban their use appears to be growing. But are they all bad?
Although organisations are embracing cloud-based solutions to drive down costs, many of these essential aspects of the business are being constrained by investment in off-the-shelf tools that fail to deliver the scalability required to support business growth
Entrepreneur Mike Lynch famously said you should take a gun to a knife fight.
Networker and author Rob Brown examines what it takes to succeed as a foreign business ace in the UK.
Heather Baker is MD and founder of PR and marketing firm TopLine Communicatons
We all love a helpful and descriptive product review, but sometimes customers take it to a whole new level.
The latest SME Finance Monitor reveals that small businesses are increasingly confident about the future and are turning to alternative funding sources to help them grow.
Nick Green is the founder of printed.com, which is showing strong levels of growth.
It all depends on WHY you are giving the speech in the first place, and whether you are a professional speaker or a business speaker, according to Bob Ferguson from Toastmasters International.