Businesses across the world are embracing new digital advances which are benefiting staff productivity levels and efficiency while saving money. Although technology has already played a huge part in industries such as farming and production, it is now set to take on more traditional “white collar” office jobs.
Recent headlines encapsulate the tension between decisions made according to the family business agenda and those obligations which begin on incorporation and intensify with growth. To family firm owners this is an ever evolving scale and begs the question: at what point do the interests of external stakeholders take primacy?
The UK is a nation of speed demons, RAC Business has revealed, as 88 per cent of company car drivers break speed limits.
Getting the business-customer relationship right from the offset is difficult. You don’t know much about the person or the way they like to interact but you?ll go above and beyond to make it a success and win that customer loyalty.