Although business leaders still foresee volumes of hard copy information growing in the workplace, we are now in the era of bigger data and our ability to easily access information, whether digital or physical, is essential as organisations accelerate their digital transformation and drive business growth.
Research suggests businesses that exploit the global market are more likely to succeed. With 1.2bn customers online around the world, there is a strong reason to look outside the UK and make sales into new and growing markets. Achieve this by taking these five steps.
Some 40 per cent of British adults have seriously considered starting their own business.
Most of businesses start off as micro enterprises – sole traders or firms employing under nine people. An astounding 95 per cent of British businesses fall into this category, with only between two to three per cent going on to employ 20-50 people.
The global fashion giant ASOS is a leader in content and social media marketing. Their social media manager Sedge Beswick shares her tips for small businesses.
Entrepreneur and columnist Sam Barnett shares his advice for keeping your business's budget on track.