It's welcome news that Lord Sugar is back in his enterprise tsar role as the government badly needs to gain some serious support for business right now – and this could be real concrete help.
Lord Sugar has been named enterprise tsar, but it’s not the first time he finds himself with that job description. In fact, he ended up taking his role with him after quitting Labour and joining the rival Conservative Party.
50 British businesses have united as part of the Smarter Working Initiative, with MediaCom and RED Driving School among firms that want companies across the country to give flexible working a test run on Monday 25 July 2016.
Following Louis Van Gaal's sacking at Manchester United, Sam Mohr, senior account executive at Jargon PR, took a look at the club's press communication failures.
Initially announced at the beginning of 2015 by prime minister David Cameron with the aim of facilitating £100m of growth loans within two years, the British Business Bank has now officially launched the first phase of the “Help to Grow” scheme.
Virgin Media Business plans to snatch a Guinness World Record in June as part of its £1m enterprise challenge, VOOM 2016, with an aim of securing the title of longest pitch marathon – a fixture Real Business is set to be a part of.
Daniel Chew, lead partner of major European intellectual property firm Haseltine Lake’s China group and Michael Conway, associate trade mark attorney, also of Haseltine Lake, discuss the recent Apple trade mark case and what it means for UK businesses.
We at Ingenuity recently organised an event chaired by Lions Festivals CEO Philip Thomas (operator of Cannes Lions Festival). He spoke to an array of global brands about the power of creativity in marketing – here are the key takeaways.
Annual leave is a right of every employee in the UK, but each year one in three of us fails to take our full allocation. Here are four reasons to encourage everyone in your business to take their holidays.
Complaint handling is often a tricky area for businesses and can be the difference between a customer returning or not – a vital issue for SMEs.