The first Monday of February is so notorious for absenteeism that it’s been named "National Sickie Day", and the decision to call in sick, according to Nigel Purse, is influenced by a person's relationships at work.
Britain’s sharing economy is thriving, but there’s no truly accurate to calculate the sector’s economic benefits and the government has been urged to act and solve the “measurement gap”.
Facebook and Twitter are generally considered the go-to social networks for most businesses, but Real Business attended a special Instagram SME event and heard from small British companies about how the mobile app was adopted for business growth.
When a company establishes a strong business model, rapidly expands its user base and raises a lot in terms of funding, talk of an initial public offering (IPO) often becomes inevitable. However, for CFOs who have yet to go through the listing process, what skills will be of help
With the seventh largest economy in the world, Brazil is an exciting market for UK businesses – as Mauricio Munguia, head of Latin America desk at Santander UK, explains.
Bringing on board an external, professional investor, could be one of the most important decisions your business makes. Get it right and it could help springboard your business to huge success, get it wrong and it could end up being a decision you regret.
From random acts of kindness to getting them involved with change in the business, here are the five ways business leaders can fully unlock the potential of millennials in their workforce.
Britain’s sharing economy has received renewed backing from business secretary Sajid Javid, who has sung the praises of innovators including Uber, Deliveroo and Airbnb, which has hit the milestone for 4m UK guests, and called for more players to launch and thrive.
VW president and head of the Coventry and Warwickshire Local Enterprise Partnership, Jonathan Browning, claimed foreign investment was key to the region’s recovery , leading it to become the "brains" of the UK vehicle industry.
While prime minister David Cameron may not have fired the official starter’s pistol for the EU referendum campaign in Switzerland, he did give businesses a 20-yard head start.