If there was anything to learn from the Brexit fiasco, it is how incredibly dangerous scare mongering can be. The country took a vote – absolutely nothing changed, nor will it for months, yet from day one the entire economy dropped like a stone, panic spread rife and investment dried up.
January 2016 saw Deloitte publish the 19th edition of its “Football Money League,” in which it profiles the highest earning clubs across the globe. It estimated that Manchester United would soon race to the top of its rich list, forecasting around £500m in revenue – and it seems that prediction came true.
First impressions count in every walk of life; they can be the difference between landing a job, contract or investment and walking away empty handed.
A year after an initial interview with Real Business, Powwownow FD Andrew Johnson is back for more, unveiling the skills needed to scale a company and how to keep a firm’s culture in the decision making process.
Taking a company public and listing on the stock exchange has traditionally marked a crucial milestone for businesses built on long hours, hard work, and plenty of sacrifice.
As David Brent’s new film hit the cinema last month, we were reminded of the challenge all businesses face from time to time, namely the senior executive or board member who says or does things the company would rather they didn’t.
The amount of businesses that had assets seized by HMRC to settle overdue debts spiked at an alarming rate over the last year at an increase of 145 per cent, found company finance service Funding Options.
After trade secretary Liam Fox addressed Conservative activists at a reception, the internet exploded in anger. Embodying the criticism British business leaders have of his speech, columnist Jan Cavelle penned him a letter.
F1 has seen its first change of ownership for more than a decade, with many believing the new change will benefit the sport greatly.
A third of UK shoppers have revealed they believe cash will be obsolete within the next five years, according to Worldpay, despite the fact the Bank of England is rolling out a new £5 note for use from Tuesday 13 September.