Slow consumer demand on the high street is combining badly with spikes in inflation to create a tricky situation for business owners, who are spending less time planning for Brexit as a result. Whether or not this is ‘head in the sand’ behaviour is up for debate.
Author Jan Cavelle
Many people feel that changes in recruitment have made the practice of sending a cover letter obsolete. However, good candidates still write them, explains Jan Cavelle.
On International Women’s Day 2018, serial entrepreneur Jan Cavelle reflects on how to change the in-balance that stops women from accessing venture capital and angel investment.
With the first week in March marking National Apprenticeship Week 2018, serial entrepreneur Jan Cavelle identifies why Britain has never needed a super-strong apprenticeship system so badly, and why it should follow France’s lead.
As we settle in to 2018, serial entrepreneur Jan Cavelle examines the array of fast moving challenges that business owners are likely to face this year.
Jan Cavelle continues her examination of millennials by discussing why management styles must change as employee behaviour and demands continue to evolve.
I saw a recruitment ad on social media recently, stating in no uncertain terms that lazy, over-entitled British millennials need not apply.
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.
In taking stock of the business climate today, serial entrepreneur Jan Cavelle believes to really drive profit growth companies must better look after employees and their wellbeing.
With expectant consumers to drop a brand at any moment, good customer service is now a multifaceted discipline, argues Jan Cavelle.
Jan Cavelle has a look at modern-day marketing strategies and argues that data-driven decisions are crucial when targeting Millennials and Generation Z.
Having built and ran a variety of different companies, Jan Cavelle thinks the humble salesman is worth more than the economy gives them credit for – it’s just a case of better training.