Ten of Europe’s most successful businesses will be announced at the finale of the prestigious European Business Awards 2010 on Tuesday 16th November.
Lord Young will deliver one of his first major speeches as David Cameron’s new enterprise adviser at the grand final of BusinessZone.co.uk’s competition The Pitch 2010 in London on 16 November.
With the UK economy still feeling the impact of the recession, research from small business e-commerce company Alibaba.com has revealed that owners of small and medium businesses and start-ups are missing an opportunity to reduce operating costs and drive revenue, which could help safeguard them against another financial downturn.
This time, I want to talk about a couple of growing pains that we had building a team. To start with, I think it’s important to explain a bit about the growth of A Suit That Fits to give you some context.
In this rapidly shrinking world we need to take advantage of the business opportunities of dealing with foreign companies and business owners.
The public are being offered the chance to decide the sixth finalist in The Pitch 2010, the nationwide competition on a mission to track down the UK’s top entrepreneurial talent with £50,000 worth of prizes up for grabs.
British bosses are banning Blackberries and other smart-phones over fears they cost more in lost productivity than they gain, according to employment law experts.
Businesses efforts to improve their green credentials are at risk of faltering because of a recession-borne focus on cost savings which is distracting them from the broader risks and opportunities of becoming environmentally responsible according to new research just published.
Sales Expert Andy Preston explains that although LinkedIn is one of the best business development tools available, many people don’t use it properly, and even worse – make various mistakes that actually LOSE them sales, rather than WIN them…