"Never let a good crisis go to waste" has been attributed to Winston Churchill in reference to the conditions post the Second World War that allowed for the formation of the United Nations. There is some doubt as to whether he actually used those words but it certainly sounds like something he would say. It of course refers to the peculiar environment that surrounds people in the midst of a crisis where somehow all paradigms seem up for debate and rules are to be questioned.
Our resident opinion expert, The City Grump talks about the Black Lives Matter protests and what impact they are having in the corporate world.
Pimlico Plumbers founder Charlie Mullins admits there will be SMEs that will flounder during the COVID-19 era, but there will be survivors too.
The coronavirus business interruption loans might sound like manna from heaven for businesses, however, the Government hasn’t made clear what the ‘small print’ terms are.
The Tory landslide victory wasn’t down to the electorate preferring Boris over Jeremy Corbyn, it was about a rebellion against the establishment – on all sides.
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The statistics say it all. In the cradle of capitalism, the number of listed companies on US public markets have halved since 1996 and here in the UK, they have fallen by a quarter since 2006.
As the boss of a family-run firm, I know it’s important to provide excellent customer service especially when things don’t go to plan.
To celebrate Mother’s Day 2019, Real Business looks at mums in business around the world and some of the qualities that unite them.
Duologi, which provides bespoke finance solutions for retailers, went fully-digital for a week.
Numerous SMEs are susceptible to late payments, particularly from massive companies, says columnist Charlie Mullins.
The working week and its 5:2 ratio has been the norm for the last century or so. But in an age of disruptive technologies, it’s time to think about making a change.