A CCTV company recording 20 years in business used lockdown to reinvent itself and focus on national growth. Here, Adrian Standerwick, director of Active CCTV shares his story of rising against adversity.
New research reveals returning to work may be fraught with more challenges than small business owners may expect as employee expectations shift.
How do you inject humanity back into businesses? Ask the question ‘what would a really good human do now?’ in the most challenging situations, says Anna Baréz-Brown, co-founder of Shine.
Difficult situations usually challenge us to think differently and channel our creativity, says Google’s Kim Spalding. Here’s how online tools can help.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced the extension of its Job Support Scheme and new economic measures to support businesses in local lockdown. UK business owners and legal experts respond.
Businesses need to take action now to prepare for the UK’s new start on 1 January 2021, says Business Secretary Alok Sharma in a letter to over 600,000 firms across the UK.
Crowdcube and Seedrs plan to merge to create one of the world’s largest private equity marketplaces to take on the UK’s £12bn equity funding market.
New research reveals that almost half of young people aged 16-25 in the UK have changed their career plans since the lockdown started. More than half find the concept of launching their own business appealing.
Only a fraction of employees feel their organisation met their needs during the initial months of the COVID-19 pandemic. What does this mean for you?
As the employers grapple with decisions around how to bring people back to the office, fairness around office rota decisions and implementation is a top employee concern.
Ryan Trost, CTO and co-founder of ThreatQuotient discusses the impacts of relying on the cloud as nearly all businesses had to operate from home. As more remote employees placed vital data into the cloud, this creates more entry points that are vulnerable and open for cyber attackers to exploit.
Professor Richard Kneller, University of Nottingham, explains why cloud computing is driving business growth.