The Digital Skills Committee has highlighted the impact of changing technology on the labour market and the fact that the country is not addressing its significant digital skills shortage.
A new report looks to provide female entrepreneurs with more involvement with the UK's economy, supporting jobs and business growth in a bid to stamp out gender inequality.
The finance sector has seen a plethora of fraudsters as of late, so it's not hard to see why financial decision makers are starting to question their data.
Having become tired of the lack of travel options on the market, a single father has launched a new camping business to support fellow single parents and their children.
A new study from Dyn has highlighted yet more of the frustrations shoppers have with ecommerce, but when will businesses make the changes – and will the consumers ever truly be happy?
The saying ‘good things come in small packages’ may not apply to all things in life but when it comes to business, small really can be beautiful. When I say beautiful I mean efficient, agile, productive and focused. Not particularly romantic I know but these qualities are important to every business owner I’ve ever met.
While Ed Balls chases some bloke who trimmed his hedge for a receipt, he should have his attention focused on policy ideas that would ensure businesses get paid on time.
Use of cloud-based storage in the workplace is on the rise across Europe, as Skyhigh Networks discovered a 33 per cent increase to the number of firms adopting the solutions in 2014.
Driven by the manufacturing of motor vehicles, transport equipment and food, the value of total UK manufacturer’s product sales increased to £355bn from £342bn in 2012. But which sectors do we attribute this growth to?
Kaspersky Lab, INTERPOL, Europol and authorities from different countries have combined efforts to uncover the criminal plot behind an unprecedented cyber robbery. Up to $1bn was stolen in approximately two years from financial institutions worldwide. The experts report that responsibility for the robbery rests with a multinational gang of cybercriminals from Russia, Ukraine and other parts of Europe, as well as from China.
Jeanne and Paul Day wanted a way of getting the taste of real coffee but without the normal preparation time. With their venture, The Real Coffee Bag Company, the couple are hoping to secure early mover status and are using crowdfunding as a mechanism to fund this.