A lot of early investment for a young business comes in the form of building a brand and position in the market – not so for Robert Ellice who simply used the famous orange of easyGroup.
There are numerous things that can be learnt from Santa – more so than you realise. Stealth, parcel delivery, management, amazing technological prowess and having constantly joyous workforce with their cheeks so red that one has to wonder whether he gives them spiked punch every morning. But what about the art of marketing?
Almost half of all UK consumers are set to support Small Business Saturday on 6 December, spending an average of £24.39 at small local establishments, according to Direct Line.
Chinese-speaking students are working with small businesses to provide language skills and cultural knowledge and help them break into the Chinese market.
Dame Clara made history when she became the first woman to be appointed chief executive of the London Stock Exchange, a post she held for more than eight years. She will now be taking over from Sir Ian Cheshire as he steps down this month as lead non-executive of the Department for Work and Pensions.
When the nation suffered through the hot August Bank Holiday we now wish extended into December, a fleet of peculiar ice cream vans took to the streets to cool them down.
Any organisation that handles and captures customer or employee data, whether it be on a server, in a cloud or even on a usb stick, needs to follow the appropriate data protection laws in doing so or it can face heavy penalties.
Day five in our tinsel-tinged, time-travelling tour of 2014's top articles is here, as we bring you the best bits from this year.
When it comes to some of the most impressive entrepreneurial stories of the last few decades, it has often been a case of taking a flatlining and stagnant sector by storm through a combination of disruption and innovation. For Plumis, this has been an award-winning approach.
Shockingly, the introduction of shared parental leave could be held back by fathers’ attitudes as just 23 per cent of men agree that new parents should share parental leave. This sentiment rises to 31 per cent among millennials (18-24 year olds) and falls to 21 per cent for the over 45’s.