More organisations are starting to understand how critical quality data is in achieving their strategic objectives, not to mention ensuring customer satisfaction. Accurate, complete data that is consistent with legal requirements and business rules can have a profound impact on a business’ long-term success.
An acquisition is not always the easiest option for fast growth, but by finding the right partner and working together to get the deal done, the end result can be worth the hard work, writes Hugo Burge, who oversaw the M&A deal between Cheapflights and Momondo.
A killer business pitch is a powerful weapon for a startup. It can be what stands between your business becoming a reality or remaining just a collection of good ideas.
Inflation in the Eurozone fell to 0.3 per cent in September, down from 0.4 per cent in August, according to the latest statistics. What effect will this have on the recovery?
Street traders will see the rules and regulations of their business revised, as the government sets out its plans.
With income tax receipts falling by 0.8 per cent so far this year, the Chancellor has a limited number of options if he wants to reduce the deficit.
In both business and society, young people carry the baton of the future – for change, dynamism, innovation and energy.
Zero hours contracts have traditionally become a useful tool for many businesses, particularly, but not exclusively, those with a high turnover of temporary workers and a consistent need for last minute arrangements, such as restaurants, retail outlets and hotels.
This figure comes from a UK tax gap analysis. HMRC believes that this is mostly due to ‘non-payment’ of taxes, representing 13 per cent of the total gap of £34bn.
A group of university friends turned a costume company selling five spandex MorphCostumes into a business with an £11m turnover, which exports across the globe and incorporates wearable technology designed by an ex-NASA engineer. We caught up with COO Ali Smeaton to find out how exports lead them to their success.
It won’t have escaped your attention that markets recently have got themselves into the glass is half empty mood. Everything is for the worst and we are in the worst of all possible worlds. I beg to differ. Actually when you look beyond the current pain there are all kinds of good things going on, so let’s take a look.
One employee is attemping to 'move mountains' – in his own words – by sending an email asking for a raise out to his boss – hoping for the support of hundreds of thousands of his colleagues.