We get it. You’ve got a brilliant idea you know could be huge if only you could land it in the right people's laps. So what do you do You network. The following guide will help you do it so well you’ll never have to do it again.
What can you do if you're working with people that you dislike Here are six ways to cope.
Going into business with a family member can be a very rewarding experience, but it doesn't always go to plan. Real Business has a look at five occasions it has blown up in a big fashion.
If the customer is always right, why do so many businesses get it wrong It comes down to the fact that many have lost the human touch, according to Anne Marie Forsyth, CEO of the professional body for customer service, CCA Global.
Leadership: it is rocket science, says OPP principal consultant Kate Lyne – who argues that businesses are ecosystems full of interconnected parts.
A new study has found that Brits find it trickier to have sensitive conversations at work than they do in their personal lives, with asking for a pay rise harder than dumping a partner.
It's come to light that two-thirds of British workers who are employed at the same place as their partners believe operating in such a close proximity improves their work output.
Addressing transparency through social networks allows people to see your organisation for everything it is. This takes a commitment to the overall cause, not a short sighted view that the occasional negative interaction will destroy your online reputation.
From the employes to the customers, without relationships businesses don’t exist. So why, when it comes to building them online, do they become an alien concept”
Venture capitalism can make dreams happen, but it comes at a cost. The best thing to do is treat the relationship like a marriage, suggests Jo Haigh.