A new office environment can boost a business’s brand image as well as enhance productivity, but planning is needed to get it right.
Xeros, the university spinout whose washing machines use polymer beads in place of water is set to float on AIM in March, it was announced today.
The Treasury Select Committee (TSC) has announced it will be conducting an inquiry into banks' treatment of small and medium businesses.
Mobile devices are quickly becoming the first choice for purchasing online, as consumers shift towards the convenience, ease and variety of online transactions. Consider the following to discover why mobile marketing could work for you.
Online music services and the UK's creative sector will be able to trade more easily across Europe thanks to a new EU directive.
Finding the most appropriate and balanced way to improve storage performance is a major focus for many organisations. But even once that hurdle has been overcome, there are more challenges to be confronted by, such as what class of storage they should look to deploy.
Navigating the transition from start-up to thriving enterprise can be fraught with difficulties with many potentially great businesses falling by the wayside.
When the term “innovation” is used, it is often mixed up with “invention”. While an invention is typically linked to R&D, the term “innovation” is about marketing and sales, says Dr Michael Scholl.
The buzz surrounding cloud computing has been gathering pace at such a rate that today it is cemented firmly in the business consciousness.
The manufacturing industry continues to benefit from the recovery, as domestic and international demand for British-made goods picks up.
Gone are the days of using our mobile phones exclusively for making calls, sending text messages and light internet surfing. Now we keep all our personal information on them including text messages, contacts, emails, photographs and videos, birthdays, identification data and so much more.
The way that Dragons' Den portrays pitching to angels is harming British entrepreneurialism, argues Jonathan Richards.