Employee morale can make or break an SME. It’s this principle that guides Natwest’s Marcelino Castrillo as he speaks exclusively to Real Business.
Political correctness at its best can make people behave in a more thoughtful way, and at its worst can supress debate.
A job title isn’t what it used to be, the way we work is changing. Emma Gannon explains how we can make the most of modern tech to turn side hustles into a main stream of income.
What would it take for you to ditch the rat race and take up an island lifestyle? The Isle of Man could be the business destination you’ve been searching for.
Rob Gros shares his story on growing an R&D focused medtech business, Chemical Intelligence Limited, starting with launching the world’s first non-leaching medical examination glove with in-built antimicrobial technology.
When your business reaches a stage where it make sense to appeal to multiple demographics, there are a few things to consider.
When you’re the CFO or FD of a company, then planning for growth will be a key priority. Chas Howes, former head of finance at Superdry, sets out what his goals were for the company – and what he would change if he could turn back time.
Despite being completely unknown to most people, Elizabeth Denham is arguably one of the most powerful women in the country – she holds the top job at the Information Commissioner’s office.
At a time when the next generation of graduates enter the workplace, companies are facing an ongoing challenge of creating a technological environment that not only enables new recruits to fulfil their potential but improve the efficiency of the business as well.
While it may be true that no one method works best when it comes to hiring talent, the members of The Supper Club identified what they thought were key elements to a successful recruitment strategy.
The smart city will soon be found in most countries thanks to numerous companies making the most of the internet of things. One such SME is Telensa, which aims to make streetlights more efficient.
As can be seen in countless UFC matches, kicks and punches to the head aren’t a rare occurrence. The same can be said of rugby, where tackles can mean having your face smashed into the ground. What both these sports have in common is definitely the need for mouthguards.