News of impending change can provoke resentment, even fear, across any business. This may be quite out of proportion to the disruption that actually takes place.
The arrival of GDPR has led to a number of businesses re-evaluating their approach to marketing and there is an argument that you should probably do the same.
There’s a narrative in creative business that there’s nowhere in the UK that could ever match London. It’s a narrative that helps maintain London’s power, but it’s one that is ultimately false, damaging, and restrictive.
The fall of trade union membership has contributed to a massive rise in inequality, with a higher share of income going to the top 1 per cent of earners, according to a new report for the IPPR Commission on Economic Justice.
The government should increase the VAT threshold to stimulate small business growth and encourage innovation, IPSE (the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed) has today said
Contrary to popular belief, becoming an entrepreneur is relatively easy. The hard part is making your business thrive once it’s off the ground – and this is the phase that often requires founders to think about investment.
True, mobile payments have not become omnipresent yet, but they most likely will in the next few years. According to some reports, the use of mobile payments is predicted to grow 80 per cent until 2020. Should we trust the data, then we have to prepare ourselves for mobile payments, which will soon become ubiquitous.
As a small business owner, you have to decide which opportunities are worth pursuing and which might be a waste of your time.
Recruiting the next generation of directors is a prominent consideration for all sports entities. However, for sports organisations where crucial governance positions are unpaid, this function takes on even greater importance.
We all know about the effects of absenteeism – like forgotten Tupperware containers and broken coffee machines, it’s a natural part of office life.