Research from Novell Coffee on Britain’s most shameful office sins showed UK workers have found plenty of ways to misbehave during the 9 to 5.
Why should the K-3901 Numi make a list for corporate gifts you ask? Because things have a nasty habit of breaking and if you buy one after a client complains about their somehow wrecked toilet, it shows you’ve been listening.
Despite the uncertainty still affecting world markets, KBS Corporate claimed 2017 would be the perfect year for selling a business.
Facebook and Instagram’s Ciaran Quilty explains why the festive season is a great opportunity for small businesses to think about expansion.
What will 2017 hold for the UK’s financial services sector? It’s a question Anthony Duffy, director of retail banking at Fujitsu UK & Ireland, seeks to answer after a look in his crystal ball.
More businesses are prioritising growth – 62 per cent of mid-sized firms viewed it as a high priority in 2015-16, up from 46 per cent the previous year. External investment is often key to that growth.
An event Ed Reeves attended this month made him feel rather reflective. It forced him to stop and think about being an entrepreneur and how he and his sister came to own Moneypenny – what it’s done to him and how he’s changed.
With the recent news that Samsung is buying automotive electronics-maker Harman, one of the biggest questions has to be how it will keep brand strength – especially with it still reeling from the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco – during and after the acquisition.
Amid the headline-grabbing furore surrounding our exit from the European Union the government announced a positive move that will help make sure small and medium-sized business don’t feel the brunt of the late payment culture.
Entrepreneur Ed Cooke used a chance trip to the Aloha state Hawaii to reflect on why hard work and long hours aren’t helpful to growing a company.
Female entrepreneurs across the UK now have access to the support they need to achieve funding and growth in the business world, thanks to the launch of AllBright.
Donald Trump referred to Hilary Clinton, his female opponent in the US presidential election, as a “nasty woman”, a term I am confident he would not have used to describe a male candidate standing against him. A classic case of sex discrimination.