More often than not, business is about looking at how things have been done before and having the courage and imagination to reinvent the rules. That’s what Anne Boden did when she created Starling Bank, an app-based bank for personal and business current accounts. Born out of her determination to give customers control over their money, […]
Posted on 19th October 2020 in Great British Entrepreneurs.
Businesses are in desperate need of more financial support to avoid the “catastrophic consequences” of tougher coronavirus rules, the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) has warned.
A second UK-wide lockdown could cause “permanent damage” to the economy, the Chancellor Rishi Sunak has warned.
The Prime Minister Boris Johnson has “expressed his disappointment” with the lack of progress in negotiations with the EU over a free-trade agreement.
Posted on 15th October 2020 in General business.
European small businesses are 42% more likely than enterprises to lose employees because of technology frustrations around remote working.
By John Attridge, CEO of BBX UK Motivation is critical to a successful business and by staying on top of what keeps your workforce engaged, by communicating effectively and by providing support where things get tough, you can rest assured the bulk of your workforce remain stimulated – regardless of where they work. So how should […]
By Michael Baxter, Fresh Business Thinking At a recent GBEA and haysmacintyre roundtable event tech for good was the focus of discussion. Can UK tech startups change us for the good?
By Amanda Walters The Covid-19 pandemic put businesses in a position where they needed to think quickly on their feet when it came to protecting both staff and the business itself. Companies across the globe sent staff home, with their laptops and computers in hand to work remotely as countries went into lockdown to […]