Britain is becoming increasingly multicultural as international businesses expand into the UK, and real estate firm Colliers International has unveiled the 16 “most British” streets in London to salute the locations waving the flag for homegrown brands.
As the successful entrepreneur behind organic baby and toddler food business Ella's Kitchen, Paul Lindley explains why the UK's food and drinks businesses are a key ingredient to the nation's export success.
British women are the main breadwinners in 56 per cent of households across the country, a study has revealed, and they're earning significantly more than their male partners.
Not all businesses provide their staff with workplace perks but it's entirely possible it would be a pointless exercise if they did, as many employees receiving the benefits are indifferent and consider them a fad, CV-Library has found.
After having made a joke about how she hoped her granddaughters dated a nerd in case he turned out to be the next Mark Zuckerberg, Darlene Loretto probably didn't expect the man himself to tell her to think bigger.
Chancellor George Osborne is to warn of the dangers of complacency in his New Year's speech. And while it pains me to agree with him, I think, if anything, he is under-playing that danger.
The University of East Anglia (UEA) has released a study that aims to improve understanding of the key causes of employees going to work when sick – known as presenteeism – and to make managers more aware of the growing phenomenon.
With 5.2m SMEs in the UK making up 99 per cent of British business, there is a wealth of brands looking to challenge the market leaders and make their way to the top of their respective sectors. But what makes a successful challenger brand and how can your brand stand out from the crowd?
As part of our commitment to showcase where enterprise and entrepreneurship are being celebrated most in the world, we look at the example of Canada, and in particular Ontario – where Thalmic Labs and Nymi have been experiencing considerable success.
Parliament is required to consider debating any petition that garners more than 100,000 signatures, and the “Ban Trump” petition just so happens to have had more than half a million at the end of December 2015.
The fact that EY and Ritz Carlton are turning the recruitment process on its head is evidence that the hiring process is changing. However, Automattic, the company responsible for WordPress, has taken hiring to a new level.
Having helped launch products including a smart motorcycle helmet and a family robot, as well as campaigns such as An Hour of Code, crowdfunding platform Indiegogo has turned its attention to bigger businesses.