In honour of Valentine’s Day, we hear from a female entrepreneur who started a now rapidly successful retail business with her husband.
Kim Kardashian’s failed second marriage can teach us a lot of things. But for employers, in particular, it can help them spot the signs when their staff are falling ‘out of love’ with their roles.
It’s Valentine’s Day, and in the spirit of love and care, it’s time to think about whether your business is giving enough money to charity. The benefits are numerous and include more motivated staff, positive corporate reputation, tax benefits and a great (and ‘free’) marketing campaign that can spread stellar messages about your brand.
Since it’s Valentine’s Day, we thought we’d spread the love – and warn you that office romances could be permeating your business.
The expenses system is something the business world has learned to loathe. If it was a marriage, the two sides could be found glowering at each other from either side of a divorce court.
As Valentine’s Day approaches, it calls to mind the qualities we look for in an enduring relationship; trust, security and integrity. Those same qualities will make us fall in love with WiFi.
Victor, the rising UK on-demand private jet service, has teamed with Uber as part of a US expansion that is offering customers the chance of experiencing the high life for a Valentine’s Day treat.