On the 6 May 2016, The New Day became Britain’s shortest-lived national newspaper, printing just 50 issues before halting all publication.
Now in its 12th year, the First Women Awards, co-founded by Real Business and the CBI, were held on 22 June in a glittering ceremony hosted by Canadian comedian Katherine Ryan at the Lancaster Hotel – and what a night it was!
With the results of the European referendum decision close at hand, both in and out campaigners have worked hard to sway the British public into their way of thinking – with the latest polls still holding strong on a pretty even split.
Research: few words bring such trepidation for small business owners as this one. But with it being key in business growth, here's how to fit it into your already busy schedule.
We have all known for years that most main party leaders are given to manipulating facts and figures to suit themselves. Never, till this vicious back biting, cat fight of an election has it been so starkly revealed that we can barely trust a single word that comes out of their mouths.
The subject of the EU referendum is borderline inescapable, and if you’re an undecided business owner, it’s easy to feel a little overwhelmed by both sides of the debate. Where both Leave and Remain are concerned, argument has taken a backseat to rhetoric.
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has recently released its statistical report on mergers and acquisitions (M&A) involving UK companies in the first quarter of 2016. Here are its findings.
As industries entrenched in out-dated businesses practices begin to experience a sea change, the financial services space – and banks in particular – could pick up a tip or two from the mother of all disruptors, Amazon.
The traditional 9-to-5 employment model has been well and truly shaken up. A combination of demographic shifts, legislations and technological advances mean that expectations have never been higher for employers to fully cater for a new generation of remote workers.
Innovation is a subject of much debate, though so often fails to deliver. However, dealt with in the right way, innovation could mean the difference between an average and outstanding company performance.
Even Inspector Gadget would find a use for SunTech UK’s all-in-one invention, the eFOLDi, which is designed to support everyone from those with disabilities to people heading to festivals and everyone in-between. Who needs the Transformers?