Today in Britain, almost 90 per cent of the population regularly uses the internet, thereby putting our country in a state of unprecedented interconnectivity. A notable by product of this connectedness is the growth of the ecommerce industry.
In surveying a group of business leaders, it was found that 46 per cent do not see the use of Twitter any more – the main criticism being that there is a “lack of useful engagement” on the platform.
Canagan, a pet product producer, is one of the UK’s great untold exporting success stories. Having launched in 2012, the business now exports pet products to more than 35 countries.
Eastern practices and holistic solutions are becoming more widespread in all aspects of business life – a remedy to a bygone world where burnout and exhaustion were almost celebrated.
Despite what one may think, employees are far from fearing technological help in the workplace. In fact, they hope to soon own an AI personal assitant.
The shocking sexual harassment events which came to light in the Harvey Weinstein scandal of recent weeks, not to mention the subsequent reaction of women across the world, has signalled a sea change in attitudes towards acceptable standards of behaviour.
There’s no right or wrong, but telesales is not working for Mungo Park and his business. He explains why pounding the phones is not the best use of time.
Jean Frew, digital marketing consultant at Hallam Internet, takes a closer look at what you should do when your website starts to drop down the search engine rankings.
For the next of our GDPR Doctors features, we’ve looked at GDPR compliance and whether it’s down to humans or machines.