Research from an expert panel of Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) licenced accountants has found that four in five smaller and medium sized companies have someone who is not in a qualified financial role managing their financial processes, resulting in potential average losses of around £15,000 a year. The findings highlighted key threats to growth for these […]
Posted on 25th April 2018 in General business.
Tim Hunt, a speaker at the GDPR Summit, London “How would you feel?” If a company had access to your data and targeted you with an advertisement, would it make you feel uneasy? If so, then don’t do it.” Speaking at the GDPR Summit, London, Tim Hunt explained one common sense method for ascertaining which […]
Posted on 24th April 2018 in GDPR.
Profits are up 73 per cent, revenue was up 26 per cent. So why are analysts talking about Google’s parent company, Alphabet, playing catch-up? Why is there this sense that the company is too confident on how new privacy rules will affect it? Larry Page, Alphabet’s CEO once talked about the company’s long-term aim […]
Posted on 24th April 2018 in General business.
A new report from Cifas, a fraud prevention service, has uncovered the highest number of identity frauds ever recorded.
Posted on 22nd April 2018 in General business.
New research from the DMA and Acxiom reveals a positive change in attitudes towards data privacy and sharing.
Profits at Debenhams are down by 85 per cent. The weather, government and the company from Seattle, Amazon, got the blame.
Goodbye retargeting? Marketers plan to shift to new marketing channels post ePrivacy.
Posted on 19th April 2018 in General business.
The 2018 NatWest Great British Entrepreneur Awards programme kicked off in style yesterday (Tuesday) as judges, sponsors and partners came together to celebrate some of its most esteemed alumni.
Posted on 18th April 2018 in Great British Entrepreneurs.
Identity fraud continued to rise, hitting an all-time high of 174,523 cases in 2017 (up 1 per cent from 2016). 95 [er cent of these cases involved the impersonation of an innocent victim Eight out of 10 fraudulent applications were made online. Finds a report.
Posted on 18th April 2018 in General business.