David Cameron has appointed six British business leaders as ambassadors to promote international trade and investment to UK companies, and women have secured four of the six positions.
When we think of cyber security threats, we almost always visualise an outsider threat: a competitor, a hacker, or some other third-party adversary. However, when we look at the cyber security breaches that have done the most damage, we repeatedly see inside jobs as well— from the recent breach of Ashley Madison to Edward Snowden’s release of NSA records over two years ago.
Durex has returned with another outlandish marketing campaign, this time attempting to be immortalised in the digital form of a condom emoji as a reminder for consumers to have safe sex – presumably with its products.
Stephen Stott, CEO of executive search firm Stott and May, discusses how the world of business can learn something from the world of sport.
What can you do if you're working with people that you dislike Here are six ways to cope.
An increasing number of UK businesses are turning to mergers and acquisitions as a vehicle for growth.
The countdown to Black Friday has begun. In just one week, UK retailers could be set to take more than £1bn in online sales on this one day alone and it is predicted that the entire weekend could rack up more than £2.2bn as deal-seekers hit online shops.
With winter fast approaching, business owners should be reminded of their responsibility to protect workers against the cold in order to reduce the risk of workplace incidents and sickness absence.
Outsourcing IT to the cloud cheers the finance team up, reduces stress for the CEO and presents new opportunities for the business.
Today’s companies are coming to terms with the era of “big data”. At some point today, you’ve likely come face to face with data. Whether big or small, in a desktop excel file or the cloud, the influence of data on daily life cannot be ignored.
As more new market disruptors and mould-breaking businesses emerge, the law has been increasingly slow to respond and catch up – but new businesses shouldn’t be put off innovating.
Andy Willcox, chief marketing officer at Entrepreneurs Circle, explains how bosses can communicate their unique value proposition.