Having witnessed a near three-fold increase in its share price during the last year, high street bakery chain has secured top spot on the Glassdoor top ten pubs and eateries to work for in the UK – alongside Pizza Hut.
Ever been mistaken for the kitchen help or secretary while you're actually running the company? It seems to be a common occurrence – as evidenced by Twizoo co-founder Madeline Parra.
Business incubator IncuBus Ventures has forged a partnership with Camden Market, which has been designed to discover local retail innovations and help the North London town become a startup hub.
Reddit interim CEO Ellen Pao resigned due to 200,000 users calling for her dismissal after firing a well-liked employee. One month later, some of the company's former employees have suggested Pao had been set up to fail.
Connected health business Fitbit has achieved a 253 per cent revenue growth year-on-year, which highlights consumers’ increasing desire for fitness and wearables.
Four years after the launch of the Davies Report, the UK has become the fifth country in the world in terms of the percentage of women on corporate boards. However, Cranfield University believes that Britain is about to hit a road block in terms of gender equality.
In an effort to modernise trade union membership procedures originating from a time when many people didn’t have bank accounts, the government has announced its intention to get rid of the “check off” in public sector organisations.
There is, of course, no way of guaranteeing that a funding application will be successful, but there are a number of strategies that you could adopt to help improve your chances of success.