Millennials want more from businesses than might have been the case 50, 20, or even ten years ago. They are sending a very strong signal to the world's leaders that when doing business, they should do so with purpose.
Google and Sage aligned for a small business project this month, gathering a number of entrepreneurs from across the UK together at the technology firm's London HQ, where Real Business sat down for a one-to-one chat with rapper Sway.
With only four months to go before the general election, political rhetoric is heating up. In an attempt to establish policy differentiation, all four parties have begun to articulate potential legislative change for all sectors, including employment.
In 2014, Britain’s creative industries took centre stage with DMCS figures highlighting the major contribution they make to the UK economy – a staggering £8m per hour. This year will be no different.
The UK's engineering sector is reportedly at risk of suffering economic damage, but a group of London youngsters have been given a taste of the mechanical market through the art of paper folding.
The latest figures from the UKCSI aren't pretty and only serves to highlight that we are in the midst of a societal shift. They show that many businesses are actually getting worse at listening to the feedback that is readily available to them.