A senior EU trademark court has upheld its decision to render a Singapore company’s trademark of the word “MacCoffee” invalid after a complaint from McDonald’s.
Every year, small businesses in the UK are faced with the inconvenience and expense of managing company cars that are out-of-action. What’s more, our research shows that many of these breakdowns are completely avoidable.
Technology is rapidly evolving and revolutionising how we all do business. As more devices and software become available, all offering to radically improve "business as usual", companies are increasingly desperate to get the latest tech.
Wunderman UK’s executive creative director, Ian Haworth, reminisces about his time as a ballboy at Wimbledon, and compares like-for-like the tennis court trials to his role of creative director.
Most CEO’s live in fear of a recall – the negative connotations for the brand, potential damage to customer relations and logistical, operational and financial impact will generate sleepless nights. But products can go wrong and mistakes do happen, even to some of our best known and most loved brands.
We live in a world where a single typo will find you criticised on Twitter or with empty pockets. As such, here are a few tips to help you spot errors that could land your business in trouble.
Black Swan has secured a £6.2m Series B investment, which will allow the British company to expand internationally and build on an existing client base that includes PepsiCo, Disney and Samsung.
School’s almost out, the weather has cheered up and your employees can’t wait to get away from the office. Staff engagement is at its lowest during the summer, more than any other time of year, as staff look forward to their holidays or generally resent being stuck indoors while the sun is out – there are ways to manage this, however.
In what marks a world first, the UK’s sharing economy companies will have the opportunity to receive a stamp of approval in the form of a TrustSeal, which will act as a kitemark that signifies businesses are meeting good practice principles.