“Why are we attacked for making money?? Female millionaires anger at receiving hateful messages after sharing their success online. The main reason could be societal taboos around exploring our feelings about money and female financial freedom.?
Shareholders are at risk of being treated differently and unfairly over dividend payments during the coronavirus pandemic, Lynsey Burke, senior associate at law firm Nelsons?has warned.?
Beating an addiction isn’t easy. For Jack Symons, gambling was his vice. Overcoming his addiction led to him founding a revolutionary app, Gamban. Here’s his business story.
Small business leaders share the trends that have emerged in their markets in 2020, how they’ve innovated to stay ahead and what they’re doing to prepare for 2021.
Despite insolvencies being an a record low in over a decade, a large number of businesses are voluntarily closing down due to the economic uncertainty around coronavirus and fears over a possible increase in Capital Gains Tax.?
We highlight what an expert from The Myers-Briggs Company, best known for their introspective personality tests, has to say about the ‘rise’ of introversion and the impact that may have on business as we know it.
Groubook: East Midlands businessman?Bradley Gough launches a business during the pandemic in the hospitality sector despite devastation in industry.
In times of COVID-19, leaders need to become human centric, to be able to survive, says HR expert turned business coach, Nadja Chaieb.
“COVID-19 for me is just another event. How you respond to this event is what will separate your business from the rest.” So says serial business advisor and author, Geoff Hudson-Searle, sharing his top 2021 business predictions.
With a UK-EU post-Brexit trade deal on the horizon, Real Business rounds up responses from the business community on SME investment and private sector growth in 2021.
The impact of Covid-19 shows how essential it is for employees to get a proper break as this year draws to a close, yet 40% of UK workers plan to work through the holidays.
As we rapidly approach the end of 2020 it?s clear that many charitable organisations may not last the winter, let alone into 2021 and beyond. Can businesses help charities survive into 2021, asks Dr Nik Kotecha OBE.