With the giant cogs of the British economy finally whirring back into life, many businesses may see significant growth in 2014. However, for companies to achieve successful and sustainable growth, they need to expand with maturity.
The drive to implement pension auto enrolment by the government has been in place for a little while. The inititative was lead because private pension saving declined in the UK, probably impacted by the global recession leading to a drop in people saving for their old age as well as undersaving.
Key global tech and business industry figures are to act as mentors to the successful applicants of the £1m ‘Tech for Good’ fund led by Nominet Trust and Founders Forum for Good.
Last year saw the highest level of retail theft for nine years according to stats released today.
Britain's mid-sized businesses are planning to take on more staff this year as economic confidence improves, suggest research released today.
Entrepreneurs, by their very nature, are wily characters. They can spot an opportunity from a thousand mile distance and be as creative as Damian Hirst or ‘Banksy’ on their best day.
The worlds of marketing and communications have shifted on their axes in recent years – and the speed of change is hotting up. It can be a bit bewildering. So, to try and simplify things, here are 10 golden rules for the new PR.
The escalating cost of working is not being reflected in rising salaries and is consequently changing the shape of the modern workforce.
The UK’s online retail economy has generated an estimated trade surplus of £720m in 2013 – the largest in the world – according to new research by OC&C Strategy Consultants in collaboration with Google.