Firms that were once confined to marketing to a local audience now have the potential to operate international business from little more than a mobile set up. However, the simplicity involved in operating online can be a trap for the unwary.
The First Women Awards, hosted by Real Business and supported by the CBI, are in their 12th year – and we need your help to champion the trailblazing female leaders of Britain's business, entrepreneurial, engineering, science and technology and media sectors.
I was reading an article last month about a creative agency, Potato that has ditched the traditional nine to five model. There are no fixed working hours and staff are allowed to turn up and leave work whatever time they like – as long as the work gets done.
Where do you get inspiration for your office design? With both the Oscars and BAFTAs on the horizon, we’ve taken a look at some of the most famous TV and movie offices and to analyse the best (and the worst) on-screen office design.
Peer-to-peer finance business Lending Works demonstrated significant growth milestones in 2015, showcasing how powerful the P2P platform has become as the number of loans via the platform rose fourfold.
In 2015 chancellor George Osborne claimed Britain should “run towards China” to help boost the UK economy. Just four months later, a report highlighted the nation was becoming a key force in the M&A market – with the UK topping the list when it came to Chinese investment.
Comedian and actor Ricky Gervais is no stranger to creative thinking or playing around – two abilities he has suggested need to come hand in hand no matter the sector you may be in.
The number of health and fitness SMEs operating in the UK has pumped up by 37 per cent, Barclays Business has found, effectively applying pressure on traditional gym chains.
We have long been of the opinion that Facebook is moving to become a fully-fledged ecosystem in its own right and with each day that passes, this fact becomes more evident.
There is only one thing more certain than chancellor George Osborne’s assertion that we are now faced with a "cocktail" of threats from a tanking global economy; and it is that the best insurance policy against this sort of Armageddon in the future lies firmly with apprenticeships.