Having previously worked together in marketing roles at Microsoft, husband and wife team Noam Sagi and Michal Cohen-Sagi are now combining their business expertise and a dedication to wellbeing to create a luxury wellness brand.
To celebrate International Women’s day on 8 March and to encourage women in business, Panoma Press found six books written by successful females in their respective career paths – here we unveil them.
With a light being shined on inspiring and trailblazing females the world over on International Women's Day 2016, EZBOB co-founder and CEO Tomer Guriel selects six the British can be proud to call our own.
Three of the stars of BBC Two’s Dragons’ Den – Deborah Meaden, Sarah Willingham and Piers Linney – are fighting for funding on Crowdcube, with two of them backing businesses looking for investment, and one seeking finance directly.
With the vote to decide London's third mayor now less than two months away, we tracked down Conservative candidate Zac Goldsmith to find out what is offering to the capital's small and medium-sized businesses and why we should trust his enterprise acumen.
The European Union (EU) is clearly an important trading partner, accounting for nearly half of all UK exports. However, the EU’s share of UK trade has fallen over the past decade as other economies have seen accelerated growth, with the Brexit question coming down to bargaining power and whether the UK has the ability to act alone in the global economy.
Currency volatility is hitting the headlines at the moment – with a strengthening dollar and the threat of Brexit looming, businesses in the UK face serious currency risk.
With “exchanges” clearly seeing providing the facilities to list and trade equities as of ever diminishing importance, it doesn’t take much of a mental leap to realise at the monthly board meetings of the directors of MegaExchange, AIM will never be given any agenda airtime at all.
It's been suggested by two-thirds of marketers that senior leaders fail to gain maximum value from their brands due to a lack of understanding – and it's damaging business.
There is a fine-line between being an established part of a market and quickly being kicked off the perch by an upstart newcomer. That’s the tightrope currently being walked by the cabbies who sit behind the wheel of London’s iconic black cabs in their battle with Uber.
Having recently been appointed as a business advisor to Labour London mayor candidate Sadiq Khan, RationalFX and Xendpay founder and CEO Rajesh Agrawal explains why the relationship between business and politics, though sometimes troubled, is a vital one.
British Chamber of Commerce (BCC) director general John Longworth has resigned following a suspension for publicly saying that Britain’s long-term economic prospects would be better outside the EU.