Whether it’s a villa in Spain or a caravan in Cornwall, chances are you’ve had to deal with a temperamental gas hob. And you’ll know that just pushing in a knob, and hoping the endless clicking will magically result in a flame is a fool’s strategy.
As the mother of a 15-year-old in the midst of the teenage years of messy rooms, party invites and even (gulp) trips away, I recently signed up to a workshop to help parents navigate these choppy waters.
Every day we are faced with inconveniences, from missing a meeting due to train delays, to not being able to settle a bill between friends. But while many adopt the stereotypical British response of sharing displeasure and choosing not to take action, by simply sitting down and taking a minute to consider the issue, you'd be surprised how easy the solution is to find.
Marketing is the lifeblood of our business as entrepreneurs, something we do daily to make sure the money flows in, but what happens when you’re marketing to young people and they are no longer listening
Day two of the Sage Summit 2016 has come to an end. With Richard Branson the main attraction for the day, other developments saw Sage CEO Stephen Kelly talk inspiration, the Internet of Things and instant messaging met finance, while international trade minister Liam Fox dropped into Chicago to discuss the UK-US relationship in the post-Brexit world.
I run an agency that, alongside other services, provides speakers for business events, workshops and courses. Public speaking is my business, but what, in reality, does it do for yours
A study has revealed the top ten dream careers UK adults had when they were children, as well as the five living Brits that are considered the most inspirational individuals – which saw Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling lead the way.
Nick Coleman, CEO of pork crackling brand The Snaffling Pig Co., reveals how his business started with a bet between mates – and is now set to pass the £1m turnover mark.
Apple has reigned supreme in terms of innovation for years, despite having the same access to talent that its competitors have. We took a look at what sets the firm apart and how UK bosses can implement the same model.
The top eight business idols have been decided by British students, which has generated a list of high profile names including the likes of Alan Sugar, Richard Branson and, a surprising ranking, Kim Kardashian.
With Christmas being just around the corner, we tap into the optimism felt by entrepreneurs – who all seem to agree that the rewards of working hard far outweighs the negativity felt when needing to jump hurdles that get in the way.
They can be a source of inspiration, insight and useful information – or they can end up in the bin after just a few minutes.