Following the introduction of a 90-day limit for London accommodation rentals, Airbnb believes Booking.com and Tripadvisor are “ignoring the pleas” of policy makers trying to control pricing in the capital.
Meeting the needs of demanding blue chip companies is no easy task, but for this growing firm, doing so is business as usual.
As 2018 begins to gather pace, a lot of business owners will be making plans to ramp up growth. Business automation is one of the quickest ways to kick-start improvement and drive efficiency.
Social media is here to stay for the foreseeable future. In fact, by 2019 it is estimated there will be around 2.77bn users worldwide. But before proceeding with your social media investment, planning is essential for ensuring that your efforts will be effective right from the start.
Payroll year end is nearly upon us, and some business owners will be eyeing its approach with dread – but this need not be the case with some simple steps.
History’s famous inventors are some of the most inspiring individuals who have ever lived, but are today’s great minds ambitious enough with their plans?
“I’m sorry.” They are two of the most powerful words in the English language. Used in the right way, the written apology can control the fallout of the most damaging mistakes. Deployed badly, they can precipitate the final shove into the abyss.
SMEs need to get a better grip on productivity, Close Brothers Group suggests after analysing the thoughts of 1,400 UK, French and German decision makers.
How would you respond if an employee asked to take time off on a busy week? Would you say, “Could you move it to another day?” Or would you take a deep breath and tell them, “Don’t worry about work. We’ll cover for you.” The latter will make staff feel loved.
Our January 2018 economic statistics piece places much emphasis on the UK’s growth rate compared to that of other G7 countries – and takes a look at why the Bank of England’s interest rate hike may not have been a “one and done” affair.
In years gone by, what might need protecting may have been based more on tangible items like new pieces of machinery. Now, intangible items like digital innovation are a major source of wealth for businesses which also need protecting.
Companies across the UK continue to work on resolving the gender pay gap, but Weetabix is a fine example of a firm getting the job done.