More than 40 per cent of Brits would allow a brand to put their logo, along with the words “sponsored by”, in the bottom corner of their personal profile photos on social media channels, new research has revealed.
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Luxury fashion brands and online retailers have become the most popular companies to work for in Britain, according to the latest survey from LinkedIn.
Businesses selling on Instagram are now able to tag products in their organic posts, as the platform introduces its new Shopping tool to the UK.
New laws that ensure businesses selling online pay the right amount in tax, and which make online marketplaces more accountable for VAT fraud, have come into force in the UK.
To mark World Sleep Day on 16 March, Real Business looks at how lack of sleep physically impacts our health, makes us less productive and is costly to the wider economy.
Strictly Come Dancing’s former head judge, Len Goodman, has added to his skills as a ballroom dancer and TV presenter by enlisting in the SAS, or Scam Avoidance School, to help people aged 60 and over avoid being taken in by scammers.
Improved mobile connectivity, enabled by 5G, will take retailers and commercial businesses’ understanding of how customers shop to entirely new levels, a landmark new report from mobile operator O2 has concluded.
Philip Hammond has announced in his first Spring Statement that Britain’s next business rates revaluation will take place one year earlier than planned, in 2021.
Ahead of the chancellor’s first ever Spring Statement on 13 March, Philip Hammond has been called upon to use his speech to tackle late payment culture.
Sushi restaurant chain Wasabi has secured a £30m revolving credit facility from high street bank HSBC to support plans to expand further in London.
Unlocking the “digital potential” of Britain’s rural businesses by increasing connectivity and removing constraints around ecommerce could add up to £26.4bn to the rural economy annually, a new study has found.
High street bank NatWest has announced a new £150m fund specifically for women-led SMEs throughout the UK, marking International Women’s Day 2018, on 8 March.