Men are better at online business networking than women according to data produced by LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional network. It claims that data it has released today proves that men and women do go about gaining business through online networking differently and that men are more savvy at it than women.
Equity investment needs to be recalibrated to support the long-term interests of companies Business Secretary Vince Cable said today, as he launched an independent review into UK equity markets.
Young Entrepreneurs Get Council Backing A number of young people from Belfast could soon be starting up their own enterprises after taking part in a business programme, funded by Belfast City Council. Bank tackles small business loan appeals Lloyds Banking Group will this week attempt to steal a further march on rival Royal Bank of […]
Everything you see started with just an idea. Every business if you think about it was created twice! I knew I wanted to be my own boss but the question was how and what do I start a business doing?
Mark Dixon: ‘Why you must network face-to face’ Social networking brings many business benefits but there is still great value in having personal contact with potential customers and clients, says Mark Dixon chief executive, Regus The Smarta 100 Awards, brought to you by O2 and Smarta, are now open for entries. If you run a […]
The Boleg Bros, the secretive design and animation team behind who have been converting Lord Sugar’s huge hit The Apprentice to Lego characters ‘as a bit of fun’ have been chosen to create an online marketing video to help increase the awareness of the entrepreneurs Amscreen and Link local on screen advertising company.
Using her first-hand experience of pitching products to the high street, expert saleswoman Laura Rigney has written a guide ebook, part of the bite-sized series backed by BlackBerry, to help small-business owners through the process of presenting their products to the retail buyers
Are you a young entrepreneur under 35? Do you need funding? Have you ever wondered how to get a mentor? If the answer to these questions is yes and you also want to meet other young people interested in going into business and also gain access to fantastic high calibre speakers then the Young Entrepreneur Society could be the answer to all your questions.
New research from the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) suggests that a lack of competence and misplaced confidence amongst bosses is creating a stressed out, unfulfilled workforce. According to the data, the result is worrying for business, with nearly three quarters of employees regularly taking decisions at work they don’t feel trained or qualified to make.
So only nine remain and this week their early morning began huddled in the foyer of the headquarters of one of Rupert Murdoch’s old newspapers, before he created the global TV network with Sky TV.
Figures released by TV Licensing from a member poll conducted in partnership with the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) show that the overwhelming majority of employers say they won’t be allowing employees “time off” to watch Andy Murray’s pursuit of the Wimbledon Grand Slam title. However, separate figures suggest this won’t stop people tuning into the tournament.