Sexual health brand Durex went against everything it represents – namely, pregnancy prevention – in an apology letter, which encouraged its customers to “forgo contraceptive products” and get down to business.
Any entrepreneur or business leader worth their salt strives to create that one killer product or service. However, as Google is showing with its new Alphabet parent company, it can be to your detriment.
Recruitment platform Jobvite, which counts Twitter, LinkedIn, Starbucks and Spotify among clients, has launched its services in the UK following a $25m Series D funding round in late 2014.
Spending among British shoppers has risen and the amount spent on hotels, restaurants and bars was the greatest at an increase of 8.6 per cent, according to Visa Europe's UK expenditure index.
Sharing economy champion Debbie Wosskow has joined social delivery service Nimber as a board adviser, which comes amid the company wrapping up an $850,000 investment to expand across the UK.
Independent cinema group Everyman has put the finishing touches to a deal which sees it add destinations in Muswell Hill, Barnet, Esher and Gerrards Cross.
In the era of all things digital, consumers have higher expectations: they want their interactions with businesses, and the products and services they buy from them, to be personalised. We rounded up some of the best examples of companies who have capitalised on the rising trend.