Shaun Thomson, CEO of Sandler Training (UK), looks at how business owners need to address Brexit inertia so that they can’t use it as an excuse to coast.
Whether you are for it, or against it, everyone can agree Brexit has proved to be the most significant challenge businesses have faced in a generation. The resulting uncertainty caused confidence to drop, but the fog may finally be clearing up.
A letter addressed to CEOs across the globe has garnered attention. Written by the head of investment company BlackRock, it suggests more businesses should serve a social purpose.
Now 13 series old, BBC TV show The Apprentice needs a shake from up Alan Sugar to better fit with its entrepreneurial leaning and investment prize.
SEIS and EIS reform was contained within chancellor Philip Hammond’s 2017 Autumn Statement – measures aimed at targeting so-called “tax-motivated investments”.
As the UK gears up to divorce the EU, many fear they might soon be citizens of nowhere. As a result, citizenship-by-investment programs have experienced an unprecedented uptake – something Malta is capitalising on.
Julie Deane, CEO and founder of the Cambridge Satchel Company and Jeremy O’Hare, relationship manager at the British Library Business and IP Centre, share their top tips on mastering intellectual property so you don’t get caught out.
Adam Reynolds takes a look at the process of employee onboarding and explains why it can protect the personnel investments a business makes.
For many fast-growth businesses, the route to finance can be fraught with setbacks. However, having an application for external funding denied should not act as an impediment to growth, if reacted to effectively.
While technology may be grabbing the headlines and column inches at present, there are plenty of investment opportunities in other sectors.
While Joe Sillett’s first business fell just as quickly as it had risen, the serial entrepreneur has lots of confidence in his latest offering – the Funky Iron Company.
Here are seven guiding principles that I have relied on through my 20 years of working with organisations. Their purpose is to stimulate your thinking about the critical challenges and opportunities in improving and growing your business.