Insurance isn’t something that many of us are excited about buying. But it can save your business from ruin.
It was difficult to miss GDPR coming into force last May. The press was awash with horror stories on what could go wrong. But shall we take a look at what’s ‘right’ about GDPR?
At best, mainstream healthcare services offer ‘sick care’ rather than better healthcare. Would things change if we looked at them like any other business, and went for a rebrand?
It is widely accepted that employee engagement is critical in winning the war for talent, but less is spoken about how it helps develop leads and generate new business.
Sports Direct hit the headlines in May after its only female director resigned. It was suggested her voice was no longer being listened to by the board and her effectiveness in the role was being limited.
It’s time for companies to stop making assumptions about customers behaviour and interests, and start making use of location insights.
For large listed companies, governance guidelines state at least half the board should comprise independent non-executive directors. While the guidelines don’t apply to smaller growing businesses, there are compelling reasons why the right NED appointment makes sense.
In a mini-series from Real Business called After Exit, we found out what company owners like Gordon McAlpine did after selling their business and realising all that hard work – such as snapping up a French Villa.
In the second of a four part series, global recruiter Michael Page and sales training business SalesGym 360 have joined forces to discuss how understanding client buying motivations can help you sell on value.
Intellectual property represents up to 70 per cent of a company’s value, and spend on the creation and protection of patents, trademarks and other intangible assets is rising fast. Yet the true worth of IP remains difficult to accurately measure.
Failing to deliver to clients can cost businesses dearly. But creating a customer service strategy that adds real value to a company can help ensure operations and loyalty thrive.
It's been suggested that the overuse of derivatives, designed to help companies hedge against risk, was largely to blame for triggering the economic crisis. However, researchers have now found that hedging can increase business value.