We ve just had the first of two long weekends this month after yesterday’s Bank Holiday. But I am certain that, while the extra day might have provided some much-needed downtime for many of the country’s workers, for many entrepreneurs it’s not so easy to switch off.
Pip?Hulbert, CEO of digital agency Wunderman UK, explains why wellbeing is every business” business.
It can be hard work to motivate yourself to get active, but when it comes to the whole team, it can help to make it social.
As Fordway’s Richard Blanford recovers from the Ride London cycling challenge, he considers what he’s learned and what all business people can learn from the Tour de France.
Achieving long-term business success is not easy, but Karen Meager and John McLachlan, authors of Real Leaders for the Real Word, have a few tips that could help.
Even though the media is doing its best to warn people of the dangers, i.e. sitting is the new smoking, many have yet to truly understand the implications of too much sitting, the many benefits of standing, or the mindset shift that’s necessary to change behaviour.
As many of us overindulged during the festive season, embracing a clean living lifestyle seems like a way out in January, so we ve spoken with UK firms capitalising on the trend.
Cycling is a trend that nobody can ignore, but now Ciclotte has produced a product that brings an unashamed element of luxury and premium design to cycling.
Some 34 per cent of Britain’s workers are frustrated with employers and have pointed fingers at businesses for adding to the risk of obesity among employees, according to findings from Willis PMI Group.
Airhop, the Bristol-based trampoline park operator, is ready to bounce towards growth with a £6m loan from Santander, which will help the company open 18 new venues across the UK and Europe.
January is when the fitness bug usually takes hold of Brits, with mulled wine and TV marathons swapped for salads and exercise. However, while Superdrug sought to embrace the trend and inspire consumers, women have slammed the retailer’s health campaign as “sexist”.
The number of health and fitness SMEs operating in the UK has pumped up by 37 per cent, Barclays Business has found, effectively applying pressure on traditional gym chains.