Britain's mid-sized businesses are more confident about future growth than their counterparts in Germany, the US, Australia and Japan, according to research released today.
Size and reputation mean little when an unannounced inspection (or a dawn raid, as they are commonly known) is conducted by a regulatory authority. Often, it will signal the start of protracted proceedings against an organisation, which can cause disruption and distress to the business and individuals alike.
Although George Osborne wants the UK to become the 'technology centre of Europe,' there's little chance for the entire nation to be acknowledged given that the majority of the UK's tech sector is based around London and the South East.
The widening skills gap is something that should, and does, concern every business owner in the country.
Consumers want convenience, which is why so many choose ecommerce over shopping on the high street.
There's something a lot of entrepreneurs don't talk about: the emotional rollarcoster of a startup.
Tech IPOs are increasing rapidly around the world, with the US and China leading the way and the UK and rest of Europe close behind.
Research commissioned by KANA software and carried out by Vision Critical reveals that 30 per cent of Brits have become less loyal to retail brands in the past five years.
Manufacturers have called for a new body to address the problems of Britain's infrastructure.
Some 47 per cent of shoppers now use several grocery stores on the same trip according to IGD’s ShopperVista research.
The CEOs of Britain's biggest businesses are earning an average of 143 times their average employees, according to figures released today.
Career opportunities in ICT are exciting and challenging and details sometimes overlooked in light of negative stereotypes like the so called ‘computer geek’, can put people off joining what is actually a stimulating and growing industry.