The mastermind of addictive mobile game Candy Crush has been quite active, having invested in two firms in three months – the latest of which falls in the marketing space.
A beautiful, fully refurbished house in Cornwall has hit the market for £600,000 and, if you like properties that come with colourful history behind them, you’ll be pleased to know it used to be a public toilet.
Today’s small businesses are born global, not local. Small businesses are now the lifeblood of the UK economy and play a vital role in the country’s economic development, with a combined annual turnover of £1.8tn, according to the Federation of Small Businesses.
By incorporating a few of these hacks from ZAK CEO Jo Davies into your daily work routine, you'll find yourself getting things done more easily.
If it weren’t for the then London mayor Boris Johnson, taxis would have more stringent rules – he dropped the most rigorous propositions TfL came to him with. One of the approved amendments was that anyone from a non-English-speaking country looking to become a cabbie would have to pass an English exam.
An astonishing 52 per cent of women in the UK have been on the receiving end of sexual harassment at work, but it’s usually passed off as “banter”. Alarmingly, that figure climbs even further among young women as almost two-thirds have been on the receiving end of said banter.
The UK is heading towards a “productivity pressure cooker” – placing business leaders and employees under increased pressure to be more efficient. So how can managers boost their productivity and enable their teams to do the same?
Andy Budd, co-founder and managing director of Clearleft, talks about the growing Silicon Valley campus culture and how it could affect business culture here in the UK.
There’s been plenty of press about the decision by CESG (Communications-Electronics Security Group, a group within the UK Government Communications Headquarters) advise against the use of long-established security guideline suggesting that users change their passwords on a regular basis.
As an alternative finance strategy that has grown in popularity over the last few years, Adam Tavener argues that a recent downturn in new listings is more likely the result of regulatory pressure and greater due diligence – rather than the easy blame of Brexit.