The year 2016 saw numerous football clubs gain new entrepreneurial owners or majority stakeholders, and if you’re looking to get in on the action this year keep in mind employment legislation will continue to haunt you onto the pitch.
The internet can make or break a company’s reputation, but customer reviews platform provider Feefo has designed a unique invite-only model that prompts businesses to actively encourage consumer feedback.
Networking is a large part of business, so the revelation that most Brits drink on a work night shouldn’t come as a surprise – but it turns out networking is far down the list of reasons why.
The recent case of two brothers who were convicted of trafficking people from Poland to work in the UK has highlighted the issue of ensuring a robust and transparent approach to addressing the issues that modern slavery presents.
For SMEs, there will be many 2017 business challenges and much uncertainty, but this also presents an array of opportunities across many sectors thanks to the more connected world and advances in technology.
The outcome of the EU referendum last June continues, so to help business leaders with their Brexit opinion, here’s the who, what and where of latest developments.
The July 2016 vote caused the perfect financial Brexit storm. Now six months on, the pound is weak and consistently undervalued when considering the state of other European economies which are far weaker.
In part 3 of his series, James Passingham looks ahead to the innovative features of cloud communications that will be available to make life simpler for the system administrator and your employees in the year ahead.
Samantha Swords, a woman of many talents, has been travelling the globe to raise awareness for Western martial arts ‒ and giving lightsaber lessons along the way. But while the sword may be her ultimate passion, she unveiled to Real Business the various Hollywood blockbusters her sculpting, blacksmithing and sword-fighting skills had been part of.
A get-together with key stakeholders within her business made Tracy-Ebdon Poole realise that constant change within her company will actually drive growth.