Frank Fenten, MD of digital marketing firm We Love the Web, says we need a change in culture to create a better-skilled workforce.
Britain's employees need to be properly equipped for the businesses of tomorrow.
Columnist Charlie Mullins asks what schools, universities and the government need to do to better equip young people for the workplace.
The Business Secretary announced a range of new measures at the Liberal Democrat conference today.
Adam Gordon, managing director of Connecting Corporates, tells us how to make commercially valuable contacts through the much mis-understood network LinkedIn.
Jo Haigh says that contracts need to be kept simple, but it's worth getting an expert in to help.
There are more signs that the economy is on the up as small businesses report increased confidence, revenue and investment.
Big data is changing how businesses speak to customers. The internet has made the world smaller, more connected, but it’s made your potential market larger, more complicated, and harder to understand. Big data is stepping in to fill the void.
The UK's biggest supermarket is backing a new technology startup incubator in London's historic St Katherine Docks area.
It’s going to be the biggest tech IPO since Facebook went public in May 2012. And yet, ironically, Twitter has chosen to go undercover with its stock market debut.
You’re leaving the local business club or networking event and once again you’ve got no leads or useful contacts. However, you know that you were charming and interesting and your business pitch was flawless – so where are you going wrong”