Using the IP Chapters as “political giveaways” in the on-going trade negotiations could have a damaging and long-lasting impact on creative industries. Rebecca Deegan, Director of Policy and Public Affairs at the British Copyright Council, sheds light on the issue.
You’re making the deal of a lifetime, yet you suspect foul play. The stakes are high and there’s distrust amongst both parties. Should you counter-act with dirty negotiation tricks to gain the upper-hand or take the high-ground and tackle the situation head on?
When the starter’s pistol was fired for our exit from the European Union on 23 June 2016, there was an expectation that the country would hit the ground running and race towards the independence just over half of Britain were so desperate to have.
There’s no denying that English is seen as a must-know language in the business world, but if you’re going to work with companies in other countries, or hire staff from across the world, then you need to understand some of the intricacies behind their speech.
For some small business owners it can be hard to move away from the consumer mindset – here are some tips on how to negotiate as a business.
With personal legacy and succession planning high on the agenda for many business owners, the magnitude and complexity of the decision, as well as the variety of options that are available, can leave business owners feeling perplexed.
Culture plays an integral part in overseas transactions. What you do and how you do it will affect your negotiation; never assume, advises Jo Haigh.
Unilever employees are going on strike again. Here are six negotiating techniques for breaking industrial action and reaching a deal.