With an ever increasing number of people choosing to form business relationships online via sites such as LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter it has never been more important to stand out from the crowd and make a lasting impression with a memorable headshot image.
Small businesses may be losing out on the most talented employees due to concerns among jobseekers around pay and benefits, according to a new survey.
Exporters would value sector and country market intelligence in order to grow according to the ICAEW. This news comes as research shows that the rise in export activity will stagnate in 2012 due to turmoil in key global markets.
Channel 4 Education, in partnership with Barclays, is launching ‘The Stake’ – a competition that provides young people in the UK to use their business and enterprising skills to win a slice of £100,000 prize pot to support community or business ideas that will make a difference.
Ineffective management could be costing UK businesses over £19billion per year in lost working hours, according to a new survey published today by the Chartered Management Institute.
An increase in crimes against SMEs means that, in the past year, over 15,000 small businesses claim to have fallen victim to corporate identity fraud – which can have crippling financial consequences.
The British Property Federation has urged ministers to quickly press ahead with planning changes that would make it easier to convert vacant offices in to new homes.
The British Library have announced a special evening event at the start of Global entrepreneurship Week which will give businesses the opportunity to question some of the most successful and influential people in British business today.
With 1,100 British businesses collapsing every day and banks still not altogether lending, surely the key opportunity for business growth is The Cloud. Does the Cloud really have a silver lining, or could it rain all over the people it professes to help?