Rafael Cortes, head of marketing at Foehn, analyses the the cost and efficiency gains that can be achieved by integrating cloud technologies – freeing up teams to pursue that sought-after growth.
From the company founder looking to take on the taboo period and incontinence market to a British novelist, the 2016 First Women Awards reveals 74 remarkable finalists tearing down conventions and reshaping British business.
In partnership with Microsoft, our journey to discover the UK SMEs adopting digital for business growth continues as we hear from the founder of Katherine Elizabeth Millinery about her love of tech and how it’s helped her build her luxury fashion business.
Mark and Matthew Steer are the father and son duo behind Lancar, a Sheffield-based business that has scaled from IT service provider into pub acquisitions – a move which has now resulted in the launch of independent brewery Little Critters.
The government has emphasised the importance of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) for small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) – saying it is not just for big firms.
Overtime isn’t always about working late into the night, it also involves working early or eating your lunch at your desk. With that in mind, we took a look at which UK sectors are worst off when it comes to unpaid overtime.
Stefano Maruzzi, VP EMEA at GoDaddy, provides some timely advice for business owners worried about how the security and stability of their company's website might lead to costly reputational damage.
For centuries Britain has been a powerful trading nation with a dynamic economy at the centre of European and world affairs. That’s how we became the strong, proud, prosperous country we are today.
If I asked you to name the demographic that is currently shaping the workforce, you would probably say “millennials.” While this is true, to some degree, it does not tell the whole story.
The Institute for Fiscal Studies, University College London, Harvard and Cambridge found that numerous UK graduates earn significantly less than those that don’t opt for higher education, raising questions about the efficiency of university education. Marco Robinson, creator of Wealth Revolution Group, The Rich List and Naked Restaurants, responds to these findings.
Let’s face it, the workplace is pretty darn important for employees, especially office workers who regularly spend more time with their colleagues and their computers than with their friends and family.