Millennials are a very hot topic in the the enterprise space, which has prompted two female entrepreneurs to launch the “world's first” conference that recognises the importance of the demographic and why businesses should be reaching out to them.
Taking inspiration from a joke that got the company started in the first place, augmented reality firm Blippar has brought Bank of England notes to life to celebrate Queen Elizabeth becoming the longest-reigning monarch.
Shawn Achor, CEO of Good Think, hilariously reveals how telling his sister she was a unicorn after a fall from a bunk bed showed him the importance of positive psychology – and how businesses can make sure that employees remain happy.
Businesses already struggling with Millennials face huge challenges if they fail to adopt new ways of working, research shows.
Small business owners are just like Del Boy say researchers – talking of little but cars and cash rather than enterprise.
Starting a business isn’t easy; growing a business isn’t either. But growth and scale are how entrepreneurs turn garage start-ups into corporate giants. Here are five tips to scaling your business.
Good-natured and well-behaved, the mid-market contributes greatly to economic prosperity. Yet, it sits rather awkwardly between the charming, vulnerable small business sector, and the clever, brave enterprise sector. Does the mid-market suffer from middle-child syndrome
We look at the sons and daughters of famous entrepreneurs who are keeping the business flame alive.
Andy Harrison, CEO of Whitbread, has said there will be “selective price increases” at Costa Coffee to deal with the extra £15m to £20m he expects the living wage to cost the business.
Employers facing lengthy staff sickness absences can now refer employees to the government's Fit for Work health service.
A new business incubator targeted on open data has chosen the first seven winners from its €650,000 pot, and UK businesses led the charge as three were named among the victors.
Chancellor George Osborne has been under growing pressure to reconsider his tax on banks, amid warnings that it penalises challenger banks. As part of the argument, EY has revealed that the tax-take would “be at least double” the Treasury’s estimate.