Two government departments have united to analyse the depth and breadth of the supply and demand issue surrounding digital skills in the UK – Real Business has dissected the extensive report to reveal what smashing the bottleneck can do for the country's economic potential.
With a fair share of Brits looking back with guilt at their indulgence over the festive season, we find out how IsosHealth founder Abigail Wilson created the company to deal with just this kind of thinking.
SEO should be a cornerstone of any company’s online business strategy, especially as three-quarters of online browsers find what they’re looking for on the first page of search results, and don’t bother scrolling any further.
In just four years, healthy food brand Sweet Freedom has gone from a startup to a recognised name, widely stocked across the UK and exported as far afield as Australia. Real Business spoke to co-founder Tina Michelucci about how she achieved this rapid expansion and attracted the financial backing of Caffè Nero founder Paul Ettinger.
In today’s technology-driven world, the task of keeping customers happy is a constantly moving target. Therefore, keeping pace with the changing expectations that customers have of their online user experience (UX), has never been more important.
The largest proposed change to sponsored employees in over five years is due to be announced in January by the Migration Advisory Committee, which will limit the number of non-EU workers in the UK. This is set to leave many firms, already facing a skills crisis, struggling to afford the rise in labour.
Amid a prolonged slump for Southern Comfort, its parent company, Brown-Forman, has agreed to sell the iconic brand for $543.5m to Sazerac – so we took a look at the reason why.
Pick up a paper and open it to the property section. There’s probably an article there saying that buy-to-let landlords are the newest victims of the government’s housing policy – but you don't quite need to fear George Osborne yet.
With 80 per cent of viruses and most bacteria transmissible through touch, and the flu virus living on hard surfaces for up to 72 hours, it’s not surprising offices are such a hot-bed for bacteria and viruses.
Seminal offerings are often forgotten years later or lose their cachet. After all, who remembers Archie, the first Internet search engine developed in 1990? And would you tell anyone to “Yahoo! it”?
The Department for Business, Innovation & Skills has revealed 16 British people who are prohibited from running an employment agency or business.