From a moral and ethical perspective there are not many people reading this call to ditch traditional business that will disagree with it.
As businesses become more nimble and the workforce seeks a flexible way of completing their jobs, it comes as no surprise that SME owners have started to ditch the traditional office.
Corporate restructuring specialist Trevor McClintock explains why investing in and turning around a failing company can provide a lucrative return for those willing to get stuck in.
Although innovation is at the core of every viable business idea, you need to connect the dots and find the missing links your customer demands for your offering to truly stand out in a competitive marketplace. This was no different for brothers Simon and Nick Mellin.
Most of businesses start off as micro enterprises – sole traders or firms employing under nine people. An astounding 95 per cent of British businesses fall into this category, with only between two to three per cent going on to employ 20-50 people.
Watch the inspiring discussion between a panel of next-generation leaders of BSkyB, BT, iProBono and Living the Dream Performing Arts.