The 31 October is fast approaching and, as things prepare to go bump in the dark, we ve rounded up a handful of companies that got rather creative with Halloween marketing campaigns this year.
Snapchat has hired bankers to prepare for an IPO that could value the firm at between $20bn and $35bn. That’s not bad for a social media site that was founded just five years ago, so what can we learn from Snapchat and its climb to success?
Google Fiber has long been in our thoughts for a contender for better broadband in the UK but allas, the company is having problems on its own turf so we may never see British expansion come to fruition.
Despite much emphasis being put on mental health and long working hours it’s not for nothing we re called Burnout Britain” those in the UK are now faced with an increasing workload.
Every interaction a candidate has with your company will influence your brand’s perception and image. We refer to this as employer branding?, which, simply put, is a term used to describe an organisation’s reputation to its employees, candidates and even its customers.
The impact of Brexit would be reduced by getting a ?unique deal” that works for London, Britain and Europe, Sadiq Khan said, but government must stop shrugging off concerns.
That UK internet connections are not on par with EU rivals is no secret, and WorkPad co-founders James Barnett and Jonathan Masri are the latest in our broadband nightmare series to share their thoughts on how Britain could speed ahead.
Recruitment app Syft only launched in 2015, but the future of the business looks extremely bright, driven by a solid concept designed to create real change in an otherwise stagnant industry, as we found out when speaking to co-founders Jack Beaman and Novo Abakare.
As seen on The X Factor, Simon Cowell can be a harsh taskmaster. That said, London Cabaret Club founder Evelina Girling has managed to win the music maestro as a happy customer, while locals and tourists alike are equally impressed with the made in Britain brand.
To mark the launch of our Black Cab Entrepreneurs series in partnership with taxi app Gett, we sat down with the company’s MD of Western Europe, Remo Gerber, for the first of our backseat video interviews.