“No matter where you are in the world, first impressions count,” Glassdoor’s head of international product, Tico Andrea, said. It was in reference to the company’s most recent research, which highlighted the global variations of interview etiquette.
We don’t all believe variety is the spice of life. Most of us stick closely to what we like and know – especially when it comes to office lunches.
The new Economic Secretary to the Treasury, Andrea Leadsom, announced Friday that a new financial partnership will be opened up between Britain and India.
A fantastic feat of democracy has been rumbling away halfway around the world. Potentially over 814 million Indians have been casting their votes in the largest election ever.
Gary Berlyn, MD of The Business Channel.tv, discusses the opportunities that the Indian market presents to British businesses.
In traditional parts of India, working women are frowned upon. Darshana Ubl, entrepreneur and UK country director of Entrevo, talked to us about breaking the Indian glass ceiling.
It may have been the helicopters and metro system deals which grabbed the headlines, but among the hundred British businesses represented on David Cameron’s barter mission to India this week, 30 were small businesses.
The recent success of Life of Pi in UK cinemas has inspired new British interest in India, a country with whom the UK has strong trading ties. Neil Kuschel guides us through India's export opportunities.
India is relaxing its rules on inward investment, opening its doors to British retailers.