We all love delving into the past, if not to glean advice then for pure interest’s sake. That was the reasoning behind Aldemore’s most recent analysis, in which it tried to find out when was the best time to start a business.
You want to grow a business or launch a new project, but banks and venture capitalists won’t give you the time of day – it’s a common predicament.
As researchers and engineers build robotic assistants and cure diseases with AI, it’s forgivable to assume humans are harnessing machines to become invincible. But there is one thing that remains unsolved. Living longer, and staying healthier.
Motivational speaker Shed Simove is known for thinking out of the box in an almost cheeky manner. First he made a dating app where he was the only male, and now his business card could see you win a kiss.
British rural business owners that engage in exporting expect to grow revenue and ramp up recruitment at double and triple the rate of those that aren’t, new evidence suggests.
The cashless economy is showing no signs of slowing in the UK, but where does the nation sit on a global scale? Find out in this infographic.
Employers might try and avoid the topic, but change in business is inevitable. Whether it’s health and safety in the workplace or holiday pay, we are always having to adapt to altered regulation. This is set to increase further when Brexit comes into play.
The Myers-Briggs test, a personality test looking at extroversion and introversion, is often used by recruiters and consultants. How reliable is it?
Providing basic equipment and space for new-starters seems to be such a simple task, and yet it’s clear that this is one of many elements of the onboarding experience that companies around the world are getting wrong.
In arguably the biggest declaration to come out of the Conservative Party Conference, I for one welcomed the government’s announcement to pledge a further £2bn into a “new generation of council houses” and affordable homes for rent – though its execution will be key.