The 2018 targets of UK entrepreneurs have been revealed, as they discuss their hopes for the year ahead.
With a New Year here, professionals have listed their top career targets to accomplish in 2018.
I don’t believe many entrepreneurs hold much stock in the concept of New Year’s resolutions, but I’m pretty sure they love to set themselves a challenge – and here’s one they can take on board.
One of the challenges of a fast-growing business is internal communication – something Adam Twidell believes is crucial to a successful and happy workplace.
Employers that know how to conduct appraisals can benefit from the improved performance of an employee, especially when it comes to their motivation and efficiency.
Looking at the 12 months ahead, this is the time when we set business targets and New Year’s resolutions for ourselves, so let’s make them happen.
The start of a new year is a great time to demonstrate business ambition and set targets, but a system must be put in place to bring them suitably to life.
From hiring staff, to growing your customer base and tracking expenses, I know how tough it can be to make informed decisions that provide financial savings and improve the bottom line. Here’s a shortlist of tips for entrepreneurs that may help.
There aren’t many businesses out there that actively incentivise staff to p%*s off existing customers and go aggressively in search of new ones, so why do health clubs like Virgin Active pursue this strategy with such enthusiasm?
With the government committed to doubling exports to £1tn by 2020, the CBI is calling for an independent, national exports commission to be established.
Sometimes the best way to grow sales is to use the power of your customers, allowing them to spread the message though word of mouth and recruit additional ambassadors.
In an effort to promote a greater female presence on the boards of British businesses, the government has revealed the ten FTSE 100 boards that have demonstrated most improvement, with Old Mutual, Aggreko and GSK topping the list.