There’s no doubt about it, business jargon can be annoying – especially when it’s overused or, even worse, misused. Here’s a list of 30 of the most overused and annoying business jargon terms and what they really mean.
It is hard to predict what trading relationships will look like with Europe after Brexit, but SMEs are not letting that stand in the way of their exporting plans.
Today?s professional world is characterised by political instability and economic uncertainty ? both of which are affecting how businesses hire on a daily basis. Everyday we hear further reports of the challenges British organisations are facing when it comes to finding, hiring, and retaining the best talent.
In today?s world, almost everything is digital. Photos, music, video, documents and others all have their own digital counterpart. Is OCR returning?
Boom Cycle was first on the spinning scene in 2011, but now faces intense competition. Here?s how it plans to use a ?2.1m investment to dominate indoor cycling.
Since the dawn of the internet age, businesses have faced the constant challenge of incorporating the world?s ever-evolving tech?trends into their daily operations.
If you visit a supermarket in search of Pancake Day ingredients, there’s a chance a Two Chicks product will greet you, and we found out why it’s different.
Building a successful business in the hospitality sector is no easy feat, and Snug Bars founder Giles Fry will be sharing his journey with Real Business.
When it comes to forward-thinking businesses, the UK is full of them, yet the nation can still take valuable lessons from across the pond by taking inspiration from American innovation trends.
Brexit doesn’t seem to be dampening venture capital appetite, as Venture Pulse unveiled that the number and value
of deals increased in Q3 2016.
When did our workspaces turn into playgrounds? Google’s Zurich HQ has a slide, while LinkedIn’s office is stocked with drums and guitars – but such perks may not be things staff will want in the future office.
Today’s consumers expect relevancy in the messages they receive. They also expect a customer experience that feels tailored to them – and your ideal client is no different.