Albert Einstein once stated that, “the hardest thing in the world to understand is income tax”. And when the genius who created the Theory of Relativity finds tax baffling, Adam Reynolds asks – what hope is there for our SMEs?
Graham Waring, director at engineering consultancy Rolton Group, discusses how businesses can benefit from implementing an energy strategy – for both now and the future.
The finance director is a pivotal role in every business, no matter what its size – and we recently came across an intriguing article that highlighted how rock legends could teach finance teams one key lesson.
Visiting a company’s website, only to discover it possesses no social media channels, can be frustrating and bewildering in this day and age. And for firms looking for global growth, the trend of digital export is one that should be grasped with two hands.
In 2015, hoping to boost awareness for his brand, Jimmy’s Iced Coffee founder Jim Cregan rapped about how he made his drinks – and is now hoping a second rendition will inspire the next generation to follow suite.
There are plenty of things most of us are glad have been consigned to the history books, but it appears some company owners still have their feet firmly in the past when it comes to getting a fair day’s pay for a fair day’s work.
Watching British long-distance runner Mo Farah romp to victory in Olympics 10,000m final, after falling earlier in the race, got me thinking: should we all be ready for setbacks and know how to respond accordingly?
In what has been called a long-term global partnership, British firms Aston Martin and Hackett plan to create a new line of “exclusive luxurious clothing” for autumn/winter 2016.
In the same way parent company Facebook has become a DIY service hub for companies over the years, Instagram has now introduced new tools including business profiles, which will provide account authenticity and direct B2C communications.
Fraudulent emails are mostly nothing more than the obvious attempt by a “Nigerian Prince” to gain some cash. However, professional cybercriminals are increasingly using email fraud to target businesses, using coordinated, pinpoint attacks rather than spam blasts.