The Government made it clear that a ‘no-deal’ Brexit is in best interests of no-one – and in their words, ‘remains unlikely’
People have always enjoyed a good laugh. From the one about the two woolly mammoths, through Shakespeare plays and Vaudeville shows, to the arena-filling comedians of today, comedy has a special place in our culture.
Celebrity-backed brands and endorsements are everywhere. But outside these formal, contract-bound relationships, in the jungle of everyday social media—where Kylie Jenner can hack $1.3 billion off Snapchat’s market value with a single tweet—who represents the biggest threat to brands?
This summer has seen an unprecedented level of attention given to the future of the UK’s ailing broadband infrastructure.
The Internet of Things, or IoT, is one of the more recent technological terms to have crept into the mainstream media in recent years.
Fintech was treated as both an opportunity and a threat since it appeared in the society and it started being used at a greater level.
More than half of new UK businesses don’t survive beyond their first five years and while SME owners will readily blame the tax system, lack of bank lending or late payments, often the failure is down to something much more basic – bad financial management.
Digital technology is responsible for changing the face of many of our traditional industries and none more so than the world of engineering.
As part of the drive to mark Independent Retailers Month in Swansea throughout July, Amelia Rudman, Projects Manager of Swansea Business Improvement District, shares her ten reasons why businesses should set up in the city.