In one of his last keynote speeches before his retirement, John Chambers, Cisco’s CEO of 20 years, predicted over a third of firms today will be dead in ten years, stating “the only ones that will survive will be digital companies, and many will fail trying to emulate such firms.”
After the now US president’s surprise victory, James Reed, co-founder of Reed Recruitment, asks what business leaders can learn from Donald Trump.
Scottish online flight booking business Skyscanner has been sold to a Chinese buyer through a deal valuing it at £1.4bn, providing early investor Scottish Equity Partners with a big pay day.
It’s one of the most controversial routes to enterprise and entrepreneurship. And in most instances, the stereotypes people hold about network marketing become true.
A finance team is the engine room that drives any growing business. They are able to optimise performance, to maintain efficiency and harness the power an organisation needs to push on.
There is a new breed of employee shaping our industry. They’re not just bright digital natives, they’re innovators, makers, creators, thinkers and connectors.
A Europe-wide study of seasonal shopping has found that UK Christmas spending will lead the continent to hit a record £77.56bn this year.
Fintech’s dramatic impact and the constant march of innovation has overhauled nearly all aspects of the sector, from accountancy to investment banking – as well as automotive finance.
Rant & Rave founder Nigel Shanahan explains why he places so much emphasis on transparency and staff engagement to build the right company culture.