Driven by private equity backing, now is a time of great opportunity for individuals looking to claim their place within the fast-moving consumer goods world.
It’s often been said that family business underpins the UK economy. From small enterprises to large behemoths, more than 30,000 family owned businesses operate in the UK, generating £1.3tn in turnover, more than one quarter of the national GDP and employing over 12m people.
Business culture is a key factor for any business, but how do you go about making and communicating changes at a company turning over more than £50m?
On 26 July, the UK announced it will open trade offices in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Raleigh, North Carolina, and San Diego, California. The offices will promote UK businesses and build new economic ties, as similar existing offices in cities like Houston, Boston, Atlanta, Denver and Seattle have done.
As the battle to grow fast and acquire market share becomes ever more difficult, we find out why joining forces as co-CEOs can have a positive impact on the business – even if it does lead to a few squabbles every now and then.
When SMEs are attempting to achieve sustainable growth, considering the benefits of programme management could save them from resembling plate-spinning acts.
How you can change the organisational structure to deal with the problems that growth can bring.