New figures suggest discounted items are propping up retailers as continued economic uncertainty hits summer sales.
When it comes to employees, Enterprise Rent-a-Car drives staff morale and retention by providing progression through a culture of training and internal promotions, Real Business has discovered.
Great leadership is business critical if you want to to attract, engage and retain top talent. Yet leadership isn’t just about the inspirational CEO – it’s about all levels of the organisation.
It’s that time of year again – the summer holidays are drawing to a close and parents up and down the country are looking forward to a little more peace and quiet as they ship their kids back to school. But what does the changing season mean for businesses?
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has recently suggested supermarket prices and promotions “have the potential to confuse or mislead consumers, which could be in breach of consumer law”. We took a particular look at how Asda’s pricing tactics may be a ticking time bomb for the sector.
They’ve been accused of poor interest rates and snubbing businesses, but you can always rely on banks for great advertisements. We’ve rounded up ten of the finest promotions to grace British and American TV screens.
A handful of senior staff members at John Lewis have experienced a job change and the most notable update comes as the retailer has created the post of group productivity director.
Enterprise mobile app company Mubaloo, which was named in our Everline Future 50 2015, has appointed its second female managing director as CEO Mark Mason will stand down to become chairman.
E-hailing apps like Uber and Lyft have always been at war with one another – not even profit is sacred.
In a tough economic climate it can be difficult to generate business exposure. This is especially true for SMEs that lack the financial resources of larger companies.
UK marketers spent a whopping £40.4bn on discounting in 2013, according to research released today by the Institute of Promotional Marketing (IPM), which begs the question, is it really worth it?