Katherine Jones wanted a Prosecco reduced in sugar and calories, so she created one and launched ThinK Wine Group. This is the story behind the brand.
What does Philip Green’s downfall mean for entrepreneurs leading growing businesses? – That an ethical approach could be your saving grace as your public image grows.
The Myers-Briggs test, a personality test looking at extroversion and introversion, is often used by recruiters and consultants. How reliable is it?
Real Business recently focused on those who unexpectedly made the jump to company founder. It’s perhaps unsurprising that some noted there was more to running a company than they initially thought – like the creation of a personal brand.
At HIROLA, we’re constantly growing and expanding which means we’re on the lookout for new team members. But making new hires can often be a daunting prospect for growing SMEs
They say a car can tell you a lot about a person – so Real Business spoke to five SME owners to see what insight we could glean from their wonderful cars.
Is your business more Harry Potter or the Dark Lord? Using sorcery skills, we’ve got a method that will determine which Hogwarts house your firm should be sorted into.
It doesn’t matter what kind of business you run; effective communication is vital for creating strong relationships with colleagues and customers alike. But do you ever feel that when it comes to engaging with some employees, something always seems to get lost in translation?
It’s a rare person who doesn’t find others a little weird sometimes, and it’d be a terribly tedious world if we were all the same. But while our uniqueness can sometimes separate us from others, it’s possible to take the mystery out of other people’s behaviour with the right attitude of curious enquiry and a genuine willingness to understand.
Britain's IT professionals have the potential to become the next globally-hailed billionaire business celebrity, according to a study, which revealed they share personality types with six world-famous tech industry leaders.
Matt Chapman, VP and head of innovation services at Mindjet, discusses how changing attitudes and a rise in digital innovation platforms are empowering introverts – to the benefit of businesses and individuals alike.
From Warner Bros' Iron Giant and Bicentennial Man's Andrew to Wall-E and Gigolo Joe from Artificial Intelligence, the movie verse has often given robots personalities in order to advance plot lines and create drama. But this concept may no longer be the preserve of science fiction.