There’s no doubt about it, business jargon can be annoying – especially when it’s overused or, even worse, misused. Here’s a list of 30 of the most overused and annoying business jargon terms and what they really mean.
In my experience, the most precious commodity in life is not gold, diamonds or even Bitcoin, it’s time – and it shouldn’t be wasted.
Iain Harper, CEO of startup InMyBag, tells Real Business of a great space for meetings in London.
Looking for the best and most unusual places for business meetings? UK bosses have identified a few top-notch locations in London.
UK office employees spend more time in meetings than their European neighbours, with 34 per cent admitting to falling asleep during such sessions, according to new survey.
From locations with fast wifi to teambuilding initiatives, here are this year's top meeting trends, according to Benchmark Resorts & Hotels.