At a Conservative conference, prime minister Theresa May laid out her vision for change – and she has her mind bent on building a nation rooted in fairness and opportunity.
Party Political Conference season shows the high risk and reward of getting speeches and presentations right. Fluff your lines, get the tone wrong, or just say something during a pitch that isn’t very popular and your career can be sunk.
In her first statement as prime minister Theresa May said of the “underdog”: “I know you’re working around the clock, I know you’re doing your best and I know that sometimes life can be a struggle.” She was not talking about entrepreneurs, but it describes their lives perfectly.
With emails mounting up, phones ringing, and a stream of clients to keep satisfied, running a successful business, and keeping organised in the process, can be a mammoth task.
We’re into the fourth quarter of the year, and the newest editions to the Real Business website is our September 2016 economic statistics feature.
International Airlines Group (IAG), parent of British Airways, Aer Lingus and more, has launched a global startup accelerator scheme called Hangar 51 to solve problems affecting the travel industry.
New research complied by Perfecto has revealed which platforms are being most utilised by growing businesses when it comes to digital testing plans – with YouTube, Facebook and WhatsApp leading the way.
In January this year, Bookatable was acquired by Michelin. Attracting this acquisition from such a large firm heralded an exciting growth chapter for the business and cemented our position as the European leading online restaurant booking platform.
Many businesses are adopting digitally led business models in order to better service their customers’ needs, yet many companies are choosing to exclude or bury their telephone number without properly considering the impact on customer experience and journey.
Having used 2016 to pivot into virtual reality, we caught up with Steadishot to see how the firm’s background gives it an edge in a growth industry.