Many brands have successfully extended their brands. Think Apple's iPhone…. not Colgate entree dinner's or Virgin Brides. We’ve picked out some of the most unsuccessful brand extensions – can you think of any others?
Employee absence is at a record low, but the Government's “fit note” return-to-work scheme is failing to deliver.
A total of £4m is available through the UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES), as part of an ongoing government-backed programme to encourage employer-led solutions to persistent skills problems.
You may remember a few weeks ago I wrote about my dismay about an impending strike by Black Cab drivers in London.
Today is the start of Refugee Week, a celebration of the contribution of Britain's refugees and a chance to raise awareness of their plight.
According to KPMG and Markit's latest report on the technology industry, the tech sector outperformed the UK economy in terms of job creation and business activity. In fact, hiring in tech is close to its strongest for over three years.
Small and medium businesses turned down for bank funding have secured almost £42m through the independent appeals process in the past three years, it was announced today.
Research published today reveals that tech and information companies in London, the southeast and East Anglia are growing faster in terms of employee numbers than those in California.
Project management tools have been around for 40 years – you’d think it was a science by now. Not so. The majority of projects fail, meaning the project was not completed on time and/or was not completed within budget.
In April, 2014, the Lighthouse Group launched a multi-employer Pensions Master Trust as a NEST alternative. And coupled with their current status as the national financial adviser of choice for Middle Britain, the company is convinced that it's found the solution to SME auto-enrolment woes.
Co-founder and CEO of Moonfruit Wendy Tan White talks to Real Business about the glass ceiling in the technology sector.