Created by Real Business and the CBI in 2005, the First Women Awards recognise pioneering and glass-breaking UK women who have opened up opportunities for others – and we’re still accepting nominations.
Running a business involves keeping an eye on your competitors, there are certain things that you can do that will give you a competitive edge. Winning awards, for instance, can set you paces apart as it is a huge accolade. So how can you create an award-winning business?
Business awards are not just for the larger, multinational companies among us. There are so many beneficial reasons to enter beyond the trophy and title – especially for small businesses looking to build their brand and profile.
From scrap metal dealer, through football club CEO role, to philanthropic business leader – Steve Jackson capped a remarkable career by being named Entrepreneur of the Year at the Real Business Growing Business Awards.
Putting together a great team can help your business grow much faster than otherwise. Here are five tips to building an award-winning, high-growth team.
The shortlist to find the most inspiring women in spaces ranging from manufacturing to finance has been drawn up, featuring leading females at companies including Indiegogo, Dell, Monitise, Tangle Teezer and Silicon Valley Bank.
The Billion Dollar Chicken Shop is a new three-part BBC documentary taking you behind the scenes from the kitchens to the boardroom of the fast food giant KFC. Rachel King looks at five people management takeaways.
With categories ranging from entrepreneurship to public service, engineering to finance, nominations are open for the First Women Awards – to unearth the nation’s premier senior-level business women and professionals.
Founded in 2008, The Cambridge Satchel Company shot to fame after appearing in a Google advert in 2012 – you know the one – which charted the progress of founder Julie Deane's company, from kitchen counter to satchel craze. And now she gets the recognition she deserves.
I have never considered myself a high-flyer. Even though I started up and chaired my own successful company, the idea that I could be considered a business leader had never really occurred to me.
Business success involves determining a commercial and marketing strategy, setting realistic objectives, and creating a promotional programme to help make it happen.
Dozens of businesses were honoured yesterday with the announcement of the Queen's Awards for Enterprise.