Inspired by food from the Middle East, Jonathan Phillips set out to create his own street food-fused hummus and pitta brand, thus Humpit was born. But how did the 24-year-old move from property into food, and why has the company issued 3,000 condoms to customers
Martin Winterkorn, Volkswagen's (now former) CEO took the blame for the recent crisis, but fundamentally the problem was not him: it was the mismanagement of risk. Here's how you can tackle risk head-on and avoid "doing a Winterkorn".
Holding on to foreign currencies until you've got a better exchange rate can be tempting, but do so at your own peril, warns Hamish Anderson.
Flexible working can benefit both your employees and your business, if implemented correctly. Here are four ways to do so.
Business / supplier relations are low, with late payment issues continuing to plague smaller firms. But, really, large businesses and their suppliers are after the same thing – how can we reconcile the two
Ella's Kitchen founder Paul Lindley has shared some tasty treats that foodpreneurs should swallow for business success – methods that have allowed his baby food brand to achieve $100m worth of sales globally.
As he set out to describe what can be expected from the remaining Conservative administration, prime minster David Cameron hit out against pollsters and social media commentators who declared he would not return to power and unveiled plans for a “Great British take-off” – that leaves no person behind.
Social media is a goldmine for business leads, but how can you gather information on prospective clients One way to achieve this is with online forms. Here's how to use them effectively.
Establishing a workplace mentoring scheme can help employees develop their skills and confidence at work. Here are five ways to get it right from the outset.
What should businesses keep an eye on next year Here are the top five social media trends for 2016.
Mark Edge, UK country manager at Brainloop, talks about the implications of boards embracing digitalisation, and the ways in which this can be achieved.
Ian Jindal, editor-in-chief of Internet Retailing, explores why trust is now key for shoppers, and how retailers can best reassure them through top-level performance.