Co-founder of uber-secure holiday home platform, Stay One Degree’s Thomas Bennett is changing the way people holiday. He talks to us about vandalised homes, GDPR threats, and the joy of travel.
With the evenings getting darker and summer holidays now a distant memory, now is the time to ramp up your business and staff, preventing a slump and encouraging retention, warns LinkedIn.
Recent statistics have shown that the British public are taking more holidays. They are, however, shorter in duration ? the likes of the long weekend.
In his first Founders Diaries contribution, Mungo Park reveals why business teamwork has meant being able to go on holiday without constantly worrying.
Describing itself as the UK?s alternative to kennels, Barking Mad recently scooped the title of Micro Business of the Year at the Amazon Growing Business Awards. We caught up with co-founder Richard Dancy to find out more.
Though the UK may have experienced a belated and unexpected heatwave, the summer holidays have come to an unwelcome end. Children are back at school, you can?t get a seat on the train and people have returned to work, slightly sunburnt and downcast with a case of holiday blues.
Love Home Swap CEO Debbie Wosskow, who is also the chair of SEUK, has shown off her sharing economy savvy to acquire Holland-based rival HomeForExchange.
The UK's small business owners took on average 11 days of rest in 2014, according to recent research. But with Christmas just around the corner, we find out why they need to go out and enjoy the festive season.
The former CEO of Adams Childrenswear spoke to Real Business about making the switch from retail to property, and his hope to create a legacy with his family business.
Summer is at an end, but it isn't too late for business owners to take a breather and recuperate.
British workers across the country are ready to enjoy an Easter weekend, and data from Worldpay shows the four-day break is set to have a cracking impact on seaside-based businesses.
New research conducted by Atomik Research for Direct Line for Business has revealed that 60 per cent of the 844,000 home business owners with dependent children take time away from business to invest in their young ones during school holidays.