In the course of your everyday business interactions, you no doubt encounter friction of many kinds. Sadly, many of these interruptions are a consequence of the businesses in your supply chain making life difficult by being evasive, slow to pay or question terms and conditions of already completed work.
“Curiosity killed the cat” according to the old English phrase. But in a complex digital world where there is so much information for us to consume, can being curious really evoke bad omens
It takes something huge to foster business collaboration especially when the topic is data protection and security. So it’s a testament to the gravity of GDPR that it is actually sparking conversations between data holders and partners, suppliers, customers and cloud services providers.
The same issues are often on keen rotation in the minds of business leaders: financial management, sales and marketing.
A new initiative from Microsoft will support growing companies around the world, with a plan to pump $500m into the project.
An online encounter between a blogger and a hotelier has gone global and it’s left people divided over who’s right and who’s wrong.
Working in partnership is core to our DNA at Bank of Ireland UK. We have learnt that if you trust each other, have good lines of communication and enjoy working together towards a common goal then a successful partnership can be a powerful force.
Workplace culture and design are intrinsically linked. There is no point in having collaborative creative spaces if there is no mechanism to let employees feel free to use them.
House and pet-sitting business TrustedHousesiters has secured a corporate partnership with airline easyJet set to provide growth to both companies.
While many businesses may look to software company SAP and think it’s only for blue-chip corporations, this is a myth the company is looking to shatter.
When looking to grow your company, it’s important to consider new opportunities that can be driven through evolving existing products or expanding it new markets.
We re not equipping kids with the right knowledge and tools to take up a career in tech, according to Wirehive CEO Robert Belgrave. He believes something needs to change.