The average time it take for a recruiter to decide whether to hire someone based on a CV is five to seven seconds. This has led to millennials getting creative with their resumes in order to land their dream internships and jobs. The possibilities are endless!
The world of work takes its toll on everyone, whether you spend your days sat behind a desk or run off your feet.
With the general election now just one week away, leader of London technology business Appsme, Nick Barnett, has spoken to Real Business about what he'd like to see from the next government.
As Argos's parent company, Home Retail Group (HRG), announced its annual results, it also revealed its plans to launch 200 new digital stores for the coming year. More intriguing though, was the confirmation that customers are still fond of the classic Argos catalogue.
London's Tech City may be the most publicised, but it certainly isn't the only one, as proven by a study of the UK's technology communities that found the demand for IT professionals across the nation grew in Q1 2015.
Healthy fast-food restaurant Friska is used to serving up success – 23 per cent sales growth across six sites over the last year is proof of that. But like its customers, the company is hungry for more – and that means expansion in provincial cities like Birmingham and Manchester and then seeking private equity funding to launch a move on London.
It's no secret there's a growing number of women who are taking action and becoming business owners. All over the world the numbers are growing daily, which is pretty amazing, and here's why females across the globe are turning to entrepreneurship.
bio-bean's chief executive Arthur Kay was named Guardian Sustainable Business Leader of the Year at an awards ceremony in London. Kay suggested the awards reflected "the growing importance" of sustainability within business.
Social Media now plays a key role in our lives and for many companies deciphering the rules of conduct with their employees remains an uncertain process.
It takes a worker in Britain five days to complete a task that an employee in France would complete in four. Andrew Yates argues that deeper customer interaction will replace productivity to drive growth, so more companies need to get on board with systems of engagement.