Raising funds for charitable causes is not only good for your company’s bottom line, but it’s also a great motivator for staff. It’s also the right thing for a successful business to do.
Do leaders fully appreciate the importance of having clearly defined business values that are lived and breathed across the organisation? Sadly not!
With the Rugby World Cup fast approaching and an estimated economic impact of £2.2bn, there are plenty of ways businesses of all shapes and sizes can capitalise on this. Elavon's Hannah Fitzsimons advises on going contactless to avoid a scrum and why diversifying your payment options is a savvy move.
On its website, The Happiness Index, featured in the Everline Future 50 this year, explains disruptive technology as that which "shakes up its market or a ground-breaking product that creates a completely new industry”. This is what the company is setting out to do in its field.
A new Salesforce and Deloitte report outlines how CMOs are going through a rapid transformation, now arguably making them the executives with the most power to affect business bottom lines.
An Association of Accounting Technicians report, compiled by the Centre for Economics and Business Research, found that apprentices offer UK businesses a significant return on their investment, with economic output often exceeding average wage and training costs.