With 64% of UK weddings expected to be cancelled this year, how will wedding events suppliers survive?
The UK government is preparing for a possible no-deal Brexit, and so should its resident exporters. Failing to get their paperwork ready could mean fines from EU clients and terminations of trade contracts. Furthermore, exporters risk damaging relations with UK suppliers, who will also face the reverberations via delayed payments.
The collapse of US retailer Sears serves as a brutal reminder of what happens when supplier-buyer relations break down.
At a time when business costs are rising, here’s how you can renegotiate contracts with suppliers to protect your profit margins.
The tools and technology now exist to solve the late payments problem, says a leading CEO.
With the number of potential modern slavery victims soaring to over 5,000 last year, a legal expert has urged businesses to recognise the warning signs “hiding in plain sight”.
Inspiration to begin a business comes from many places. For online wedding gift list business Prezola it all started with an unwelcome China doll.
The case for “greening” your small business is compelling. It benefits the health of your workforce, society and the planet, writes Steve Edgell of Cycle Solutions. In many cases, going green will also save you money.
After sharing his success story with delegates at the latest Amazon Academy event in Glasgow last month, Cheeky Panda co-founder Chris Forbes sat down with Real Business to offer further insights into his company’s progress.
Karen Whybro set up Rock the Frock when she struggled to find her own less formal wedding dress. She has some clear priorities for suppliers.
Running a business as a franchise means every supplier needs to be scalable.
“How do you determine whether your selected broadband provider is really the one for you?” a business leader recently queried. Here, our broadband doctor offers some advice.