Real Business meets serial entrepreneur and self-made man Jonny “Fizz” Welch to talk about his unique marketing agency, life pre- and post-Covid and how he and his team are helping businesses grow through friendship, kindness and creative passion.
Executive Partner with Reply in the UK, Jason Hill explains why creative thinking and new tools can drive innovation in your business.
In a business context, what is “creativity”” Marketing” Ideas” Fluff Nul points! It is the ability to find new ways to answer difficult questions.
Will Shepherd, CEO at Cohesion Recruitment, highlights the benefits that an early talent workforce can have on a business.
A Crafty duo tells Real Business that the best part of combining business and marriage is getting to experience the highs and lows together.
Having a culture of continual innovation is essential to staying relevant and increasing sales opportunities. However, it can quite easily become a distraction or a drain on valuable resources.
Matthew Wright, marketing specialist at Office Space in Town, provides tips on how companies can cultivate creativity in the workplace.
The traditional office landscape is changing. Gone are the days of closed cubicles, quiet workspaces and water-cooler talk. But one of the biggest changes is the rise of the remote working space.
The trend for inducing creativity has, in the last few years, been focused on office design. But there are other ways you can foster creative thoughts throughout the business.
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.
In business, some categories rumble along for years, with everybody playing the same game, driving down costs, responding to customer needs and making the numbers.
Chinese tech business Huawei has launched a £30,000 bursary to encourage creativity and entrepreneurship in the UK, helping people realise their ambitions.