A recent RBS report identified several overseas markets which UK companied could take greater advantage of.
In a world where a staggering 25 per cent of all internet usage is focused on social networks, businesses must learn how to utilise various social media channels in order to engage with their target audience.
The European ruling on the re-sell of software licences was expected to cause a stir – but then very little happened. What’s going on now? Paul Sheehan gives his view…
The rapid adoption of key technologies over the last 40 years, including mobile phones, email, and business software, has meant the contribution on information and communications technology to office worker productivity per hour, is 480 per cent more than what it was in the 1970s.
Some 59 per cent consumers and over 77 per cent of 18-24 year-olds celebrate Halloween. However, only ten per cent of Brits deem their local shop a good source for Halloween items.
The popular image of ‘entrepreneurs’ still focuses too much on middle class, middle aged, and often male business leaders. This widespread view is leaving important and talented groups of potential business owners under 25 and over 50, particularly women, feeling left out of the UK start-up business drive.
In just five years, electronic cigarette retailer ECigaretteDirect.co.uk has gone from selling online to having shops across Wales. James Dunworth shares his tips on how to take an online business offline.
Andrew Leigh says that corporate responsibility can pay dividends.
Beatrice Bartlay says more needs to be done to position women so they can take advantage of board-level promotions.
Innovation and creativity are now widely accepted as the driving forces behind business success, and are among the most highly prized qualities in today's leaders. Unfortunately, many people hold their creativity back.
For the first time since the recession hit, professionals are once again investing in bricks and mortar, which is a good indication of property still being a sound investment. However, as any financial guru will tell you, the key to making a property investment work is to ensure you never end up overexposed.
Emma Hamnett, senior associate at Clarke Willmott LLP, discusses how employers can approach the difficult subject of employee absenteeism due to adverse weather