Growth is now being experienced in most parts of the economy, with recent statistics showing the UK is growing at its fastest rate since 2007. This naturally brings a sense of optimism for future businesses. But we must remember that continued business success isn’t always straightforward. I believe many companies today, which are experiencing an upwards curve following the economic pick-up, can certainly learn from my own business mistake.
Richard Branson once wisely pointed out that “your brand name is only as good as your reputation.” While this might be a truism in traditional business, this wasn’t always the case through the eyes of Google, or rather its search algorithm.
A new survey by Cerillion Technologies has revealed that more than half of all businesses today are still using either an in-house-developed system or manual processes to bill their customers.
Mental health is becoming increasingly important in the workplace. Once thought of as something that happened to an unfortunate few, we now know that it is incredibly common: at least 1 in 4 people now experience a mental health problem at some point in their life.
Year round sales, endless discount emails, time limited offers and free gifts. We are constantly being bombarded by money saving offers, free stuff and deals that often seem too good to be true, but are they really as great as they seem or is the wool being pulled over our eyes?
First Capital Connect (FCC) will continue running vital commuter services for the next six months, as part of the Government’s £6.5bn improvement of London's rail services, it was announced today.
Lawrence Garvin and Don Jacob, Head Geeks at SolarWinds, describe the quick-fixes that will help to keep business-critical applications up to speed.
High-tech SMEs interested in getting support for business growth and background information will be able to participate in a series of free workshops organised by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) in collaboration with the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS).
Suggestions for an alternative to the crippling business rates system should be welcomed, but a tax on energy consumption would be an unfair burden on manufacturers.
British brands have had a successful year of growth and are among the world's leading companies, according to an annual study released today.
Insurance companies have been urged to treat businesses fairly ahead of a Downing Street summit on how insurers will respond to the recent floods.
Broadcast coverage is the best way for your company to reach millions of viewers and listeners. So, when these occasions present themselves, it’s vital to get things right.