Bullhorn’s vice president of global communications, Vinda Souza, delves into the challenges and necessities of managing your firm’s reputation in the digital age.
Large businesses in the UK make up just 0.1% of the overall business landscape but equate to 48% of turnover – illustrating their market dominance and the challenge at hand for smaller businesses to face. So, in a world of Amazon, Sainsbury’s and John Lewis, is there room for SMEs anymore? The answer is yes, and SMEs can use their more personable qualites to drive sales through a quality customer care experience.
ASG Technologies’ Jesse Canada explores the reputational damage that a data leak can cause – and the ways bosses can protect their brands.
Compliance is often seen as a nuisance, a “have to do” that’s part of the price of admission for companies working at global scale. However, it can differentiate your business and attract more customers.
Jonathan Hemus, managing director of Insignia, highlights the reputational impact that cyber attacks can have on an organisation, particularly in the light of GDPR.
When I set up Pimlico Plumbers in 1979, plumbing didn’t have the best reputation, plagued by cowboys turning up in rusty vans. I had to change this perception if I was to stand any chance of winning, and keeping, work.
Recruiting and retaining team members is a key priority for any firm. Yet in the media we hear endless stories about employee morale and loyalty being at an all-time low, with many looking around for new opportunities.
As Richard Blanford increases his use of social media for business he’s learnt the benefits of a controversial post and perils of social engineering.
With the GDPR deadline not far away, it’s time to start preparing. But don’t forget, employee data management is just as important as customer information.
Technology failures caused by web traffic surges can be expensive, yet they still occur with predictable regularity. Here, Hyve director Jake Madders examines the risks of failing to predict and cope with such spikes.
Black tie dress code and glamorous locations, industry awards are a great opportunity for business promotion – but only if targeted in the right way.
A myriad of companies suffered crises last year that threatened, if not destroyed their reputations, which shows the importance of acting on poor corporate governance.