The UK’s register of company information will be reformed to clamp down on fraud and money laundering, the government has announced today.
Generation Z’s lifestyle habits could open up new niche markets for businesses.
The government’s plan to increase the National Living Wage in April is now unlikely to go ahead because British firms will struggle to meet the costs in the wake of coronavirus.
Bestselling author and behavioural psychologist, Martin Lindstrom launches a COVID-safe travel tips e-book titled “Travel Truth and Lies Unmasked”.
The impact of COVID-19 has seen a sharp drop of £189 million in insolvent business debt during the last quarter, according to a new study.
A new study looking into what contributes to employee loyalty has found regular pay rises, rewards and bonuses and a good holiday allowance are amongst the benefits that keep Britons happy and motivated with their job roles.
3 in 4 managers feel that ‘collaborative’ workspaces are more suitable for their post-lockdown business models when compared to a full time staffed office.
UK SMEs outperform Q2 expectations, and are cautiously optimistic for Q3 revenue rebound, according to a new study.
The cost of data breaches to UK companies is around £2.48 million per instance.
UK is officially in a recession for the first time in 11 years. Real Business speaks to SME stakeholders and advisors on surviving our current recession.
Overconfident CEOs are less likely to react to feedback, especially if it’s negative. According to new research, this trait can lead their businesses to failure.
A new survey reveals that 94% of UK shoppers will switch to a competitor if you don’t have an appropriate COVID-19 response.