Difficult situations usually challenge us to think differently and channel our creativity, says Google’s Kim Spalding. Here’s how online tools can help.
The post-lockdown recovery of the global pandemic may prove pyrrhic, as countries may re-initiate a lockdown if infection numbers surge.
Subtle changes in the approach being taken at HMRC could cause more UK SMEs to get into cash flow difficulties, explains Simon Underwood, a business recovery partner at accountancy firm Menzies LLP.
CEO at AeroBlue and business turnaround expert, Ruta Gabalis, offers five ways to recover your firm from the brink.
A report from Bakker Elhuizen took a look at how businesses could improve employee performance. The biggest lesson, however, was that bosses should treat staff like athletes by giving them some down time.
Worries over income is causing more consumers to reign in spending, despite year-on-year essential spending falling at a slower rate than in August.
UK businesses have experienced a difficult couple of years, as markets have been dominated by economic uncertainty. However, as we move through 2015, we are beginning to witness economic recovery momentum and confidence from business professionals is increasing.
Britain's automotive industry is still going strong. In 2014 the UK built over 1.6m cars and 2.5m engines, of which exports accounted for 80 per cent of production. With the nation being the second largest producer of premium cars in the world, the opportunity for automotive suppliers to invest in the UK has never been more valuable, offering local sourcing of components that UK vehicle makers require.
Inflation in the Eurozone fell to 0.3 per cent in September, down from 0.4 per cent in August, according to the latest statistics. What effect will this have on the recovery
SMEs are split on the extent to which the economic recovery is going to impact their future stability and opportunity this year, but are pooling their resources and outsourcing to fuel growth.
Come January each year, I set myself goals to do ‘this’ and cut down on ‘that’, whilst the gym is bursting at the seams with like-minded people also trying to reverse the damage. Come February, only the robust remain and the stark realisation that short-term fixes are no replacement for planning and discipline return to haunt me again.