Does social media really have a role in exporting? Yes, is the answer and the most important channel is LinkedIn: for research, making contacts, and winnning business.
Charlie Mullins says it would be commercial suicide to create barriers to trading with the EU.
M&A expert Robert Purse says that keeping staff happy can mean the difference between a good and bad deal.
There's a critical lack of understanding and preparation for pension AE among SMEs despite the government initiative having just passed the first anniversary of its launch.
Jan Cavelle says there is a shortage of talented school leavers.
In 2010, The Chemistry Group posted a blog that anticipated perhaps the biggest wave of change in global sales forces that we have seen since one caveman said to another: “If I can do that deal for you today, will you take it?”
UKFast CEO Lawrence Jones reveals his thoughts on unions and proposes an alternative way to canvas opinion and bring about change.
Insurance experts Tara Kneafsey and Owen Thomas share their advice for the most important risk considerations exporters need to take.
Today, Prime Minister David Cameron said that Britain needs a "culture change in favour of enterprise" as part of his government's plans for the economy.
There comes a time in the life of any business, when you’ve cleared the hurdles of starting up and clawed your way into a good market position, when things finally seem to be going quite nicely. Growth is organic, clients are happy, staff are working hard. And then it looms: acquisition.
The business group said membership of a reformed EU is the best way to compete on the global stage.