In comparison to the US, UK elections are far from being a star-studded affair. However, that does not mean political parties do not use their backing, as well as that of high-profile business leaders, to encourage votes.
The Lannisters who always pay their debts and the Dothraki and their horse hearts are apparently closer in comparison to the current crop of politicians than you may think. Jon Snow explains it all.
With the ever rising cost of rent, education and transport, many students find it necessary to work part time. Some take jobs as pizza delivery drivers or baristas, while others start business empires in their dorm rooms. As for John Hickling, he started off selling charity shop finds on eBay, gradually working his way to befitting the title of fashion pioneer.
Having announced on 27 April that it was looking to raise £35m by way of a 6.5 per cent seven-year secured bond, Coventry based rugby organisation Wasps has closed a “fully subscribed” process.
Despite being the only FTSE 350 company with females holding the most senior executive positions, outsourcing and energy services company Mitie is not content with that statistic and is breaking new ground in promoting and developing a talented female workforce.
The World Economic Forum estimated that it'll be 80 years before women achieve gender parity. As a firm that prides itself on progress, EY is looking to challenge that prediction with its 'fast forward' strategy to develop women in the workplace.
As a firm that has been involved with global projects including the new Apple Campus in Cupertino, Los Angeles, and iconic Sydney Opera House, Arup recognises that diversity is good for business and that diverse teams stimulate innovation and respond better to society’s needs.
For the UK economy to truly prosper, we need the best leaders, thinkers, collaborators and innovators to succeed. Having earned a spot on the DiversityInc top 50 list for the 11th time in 12 years, Proctor & Gamble is well-placed to lead the charge in bridging the diversity gap.
British retail giant John Lewis is regularly praised by customers, jobseekers and fellow businesses for the “best corporate reputation”. As the saying goes, there is no I in team, so could the key to John Lewis' success be a workforce that's dominated by women?
The Sunday Times 100 Best Companies to Work For saw Simply Business take the top spot for 2015. So, just what exactly is the insurance provider doing so well?
It's polling day and calling who the winner in the general election is still an uncertainty. But the build-up till now has created some good discussion points and insights worth weaving into your marketing plan.
Businesses want to increase their profits where possible, and will often look to offer discounts to attract customers. However, reducing costs is almost always a bad idea.