Entrepreneurs whose aim it is to start a business this year should invest plenty of time in the planning phase in order to research the pros and cons of not just their product or service, but of the town they choose to set up in to counteract any hurdles.
As part of our efforts with Microsoft to locate 30 Digital Champions displaying some great examples of embracing digital means, we talked to Nosh Detox founder Geeta Sidhu-Robb about what tech is needed to help boost a company in the food industry.
There are too many inconsistencies in the government's digital tax proposal, and businesses need to be thinking about how each will meet rescheduled tax payments.
According to research by Group Risk Development, over a third of UK employers have now introduced flexible working. That being said, it can be challenging for remote workers to stay on task and motivated when working away from the office.
Victor, the rising UK on-demand private jet service, has teamed with Uber as part of a US expansion that is offering customers the chance of experiencing the high life for a Valentine’s Day treat.
As a virtual newcomer to marketing communications, social media’s impact is evolving all the time. Rather than an easily measurable existing tried and tested marcom such as DM or advertising, how can we make it work for SMEs Gavin Hammar, founder of Sendible, explains how.
In 2015, prime minister David Cameron called for Britain to overtake Germany and become a nation in “full employment”. However, most Brits don't believe he'll make a dent within the next five years.
Businesses of all sizes live and die through attracting and retaining the right people. This is no more pertinently the case than with small businesses, where the impact of an individual hire is typically greater than at a larger organisation.
Ahead of the London mayoral election on 5 May 2016, the five leading candidates fighting to replace Boris Johnson assembled at Here East to reveal how they plan to transform tech and digital services in the British capital for the benefit of businesses.
User Replay is a digital customer experience management business based in Reading and San Francisco – as a fast-growth company, the management is eager to encourage activity among staff, which has been helped with a “magic desk”.
As Valentine’s Day spending is headed for a year-on-year decrease with Brits feeling less inclined to part with cash, the country’s businesses are urged to deliver a more last-minute approach of they want to win over would-be romantics.
Many people looking to forge a career in business choose the MBA route as a way to improve their business acumen, learn about different ways of working and further their career. But what if you could help them do that