Successfully selling online is the dream situation for many businesses in the modern marketplace. To build an always-on, 24/7 shop window that automatically brings in leads and makes sales can do amazing things for a company’s growth. But as I’m sure you appreciate – it isn’t as easy as that.
The son of the late Leonard Nimoy has looked to Kickstarter to help fund a feature-length documentary based about his father and the Star Trek character he played, Mr Spock.
Caffix is taking the novel approach of selling all food and drink – from avocado sandwiches to flat whites – at £1, which is a quick route to standing out in a city where most prices are sky-high.
Online hair and beauty marketplace Wahanda has built on a recent €42m fundraising by closing the acquisition of Dutch rival platform Treatwell, though a deal worth €34m.
Recent research revealed the lack of English success in the Champions League is affecting business for UK pubs. Luckily, there are plenty of other positives surrounding the industry at the moment – with pub growth being fuelled by a rise in young landlords.
For the UK to have a productive and enviable workforce, a programme developed by government, educators and business is needed to instil the right attitude and skills for employment.
Alibaba has signed what it describes as a “strategic agreement” with Shanghai Media Group, through which it is backing China Business News with $193.6m of growth capital.
New figures released by the BPI said that UK artists accounted for one in seven of the albums sold worldwide during 2014.
World Productivity Day is coming and, although the office is where employees should feel comfortable and ready to work, all too often we find some offices that are simply a distraction.
Home lighting retailer LSE is a newcomer to the Hot 100 and dispatches more than 500,000 orders each year from its Manchester distribution centre.