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Ariel Eckstein, Managing Director, LinkedIn EMEAWhy listening to your parents could be good for business
Ariel Eckstein, Managing Director, LinkedIn EMEA (06-Oct-2014)
As a country, we have a long way to go before we're adequately tapping in to the skills of the older generation
John Mullins, Associate Professor, London Business SchoolStart, finance and grow your business like Bill Gates
John Mullins, Associate Professor, London Business School (19-Sep-2014)
What Gates and Dell, and many others like them, have figured out is that starting, financing and growing a company with their customers’ cash, instead of investors’, is a far more appealing way to go
Lee Wagstaff, Brand Development Manager, Thornton and LoweBusiness strategy lessons learned from chess
Lee Wagstaff, Brand Development Manager, Thornton and Lowe (09-Sep-2014)
Laying down a strategy as a cornerstone of your business will see your company excelling past competitors
Clare Minchington, Executive Director, ACCAFree online professional business MOOC
Clare Minchington, Executive Director, ACCA (20-Aug-2014)
Discovering Business in Society will give anyone interested the opportunity to learn the principles of business - free!
Charlotte Chung, Senior Policy Adviser, ACCAGet down and dirty - finance for business success
Charlotte Chung, Senior Policy Adviser, ACCA (06-Aug-2014)
Business growth should be continually managed to succeed and Finance leaders need to get down and dirty with the day-to-day workings of the business to avoid it becoming static
Xu Bing, Director General, China Foreign Trade CentreIs the Chinese monster a business takeaway?
Xu Bing, Director General, China Foreign Trade Centre (05-Aug-2014)
China's new policies and the rapid growth of its manufacturing industry makes it an interesting market opportunity for business
Michael O'Connell, owner, Jolly WodgersWhat makes a successful business person?
Michael O'Connell, owner, Jolly Wodgers (30-Jul-2014)
Anyone can set up a business, but to be successful you need to be tolerant, ready to work night and day, make huge personal sacrifices, have a good business plan and deliver it
Ilian Iliev, CEO, EcoMachines IncubatorInnovative and high-tech SMEs and the economy
Ilian Iliev, CEO, EcoMachines Incubator (01-Jul-2014)
Why have innovative SMEs and high-tech startups not yet reached their full potential? We need to foster them better!
Shaun Thomson, CEO, Sandler Training (UK)Business startup ideas while on vacation
Shaun Thomson, CEO, Sandler Training (UK) (26-Jun-2014)
This summer, instead of switching off, many vacationers will actually be planning the launch of their own business
Dennis Buizert, Dutch student and InfoSec SpecialitsCreating students fit for work - the Dutch way
Dennis Buizert, Dutch student and InfoSec Specialits (24-Jun-2014)
In the Netherlands, students are being prepared for the business mindset with the skills required to enter the job market
Ian Joseph, CEO, Trustees UnlimitedBusiness gains from staff who volunteer
Ian Joseph, CEO, Trustees Unlimited (18-Jun-2014)
Volunteering can be a great way to enhance employability and career prospects, as well as an opportunity to give something back to society
Francisco Marco-Serrano, Senior Lecturer, GSM LondonCan you measure Social Media ROI?
Francisco Marco-Serrano, Senior Lecturer, GSM London (16-Jun-2014)
There is much uncertainty regarding the tangible financial outcomes of investment in social media marketing - can it be measured?
Ann Francke, Chief Executive, CMIHow to produce business-ready graduates
Ann Francke, Chief Executive, CMI (10-Jun-2014)
Employers are seeking 'business-ready' graduates, but are not doing enough to offer extended, meaningful work experience
Professor Garry Honey, Founder, ChironReputation - how to manage it and avoid risk
Professor Garry Honey, Founder, Chiron (09-Jun-2014)
Reputation can take a lifetime to build and seconds to lose. How do we manage it and reduce risks?
John Yeo, EMEA Director, TrustwaveCybercrime attack targets, victims, motivations and methods
John Yeo, EMEA Director, Trustwave (04-Jun-2014)
If businesses are not fully equipped with all of the necessary components, they are only increasing their chances of being the next data breach victim
Kevin Young, MD, Skillsoft EMEABig data - a bigger business opportunity
Kevin Young, MD, Skillsoft EMEA (03-Jun-2014)
Big data is a big business opportunity and ignoring its potential insight can only result in businesses falling behind their competitors in the market
Dave Smithson, UK Head of SMEs, MazarsHow SME business can stand out and succeed
Dave Smithson, UK Head of SMEs, Mazars (28-May-2014)
It can be hard to be seen and really stand out. Six success factors to help strategically plan and succeed
Doug Tucker, MD, Sales CommmandoAre universities failing graduates for the job market?
Doug Tucker, MD, Sales Commmando (13-May-2014)
In a world where there are more graduates than graduate jobs, are universities failing graduate job seekers?
Charles Russam, Chairman, Russam GMSSelf-drive workers are reshaping the traditional workforce
Charles Russam, Chairman, Russam GMS (08-May-2014)
New employment patterns are emerging, including more people with second jobs, independents teaming up and individuals trading through a myriad of business formats
Stephen Archer, Director, Spring PartnershipsTips for business innovation
Stephen Archer, Director, Spring Partnerships (07-May-2014)
Empowering employees to be innovative and creative, and encouraging a ‘can do’ attitude can reap rewards for everyone and help business survive the recession
Alex Smith, Director, IntermediaFive simple steps to a truly secure password
Alex Smith, Director, Intermedia (02-May-2014)
It is time for organisations to create strong passwords that will have the best chance of protecting their information
Raj Dhonota, serial entrepreneurMaking Social Networking business friendly
Raj Dhonota, serial entrepreneur (25-Apr-2014)
Most successful businesses now engage with their audience through at least one social media platform and those that don't risk being out of touch with their customers
Emmanouil Schizas, ACCASMEs neglected at a critical economic time
Emmanouil Schizas, ACCA (23-Apr-2014)
Governments have the right intentions for fuelling SME growth, but initiatives should focus on enterprise development as an evolutionary, non-linear process
Mark Edwards, General Manager, Rocket LawyerOnline legal services for small businesses
Mark Edwards, General Manager, Rocket Lawyer (14-Apr-2014)
Many service industries have modernised and now the legal industry is transforming too, changing the way people seek legal advice and manage their legal affairs forever
Professor Mark Button, Portsmouth UniversityThe cost of fraud
Professor Mark Button, Portsmouth University (28-Mar-2014)
There are opportunities for fraud in many areas like procurement, payroll and expenses that often lie undetected in an organisation - an example from healthcare
Mark  Emmerson, UK Head of Global Trade, HSBCStrengthen business - education links and invest in R&D
Mark Emmerson, UK Head of Global Trade, HSBC (21-Mar-2014)
Need to encourage businesses to invest in R&D to capture the value of their merchandise exports and move up the value chain over the long term
Craig Beddis, CMO, AutomicWhat large organisations can learn from startups
Craig Beddis, CMO, Automic (14-Mar-2014)
Gone are the days when large, decades-old corporations changed the world – now, the companies changing the way we do business are likely to have been started five years ago
Hasan Bakhshi, Director Policy and Research, NestaProductivity and profitability improved with effective data use
Hasan Bakhshi, Director Policy and Research, Nesta (11-Mar-2014)
Businesses that use of their online customer data effectively – those that collect, analyse and deploy data – are 8% more productive as a result
Howard Kerr, Chief Executive, BSIWhat most threatens business leaders?
Howard Kerr, Chief Executive, BSI (05-Mar-2014)
Some threats are more common among most organizations, while others present themselves to varying degrees between different geographic locations or industry sectors - a need to plan
Stephen Archer, Director, Spring PartnershipsUnconventional ways to grow your business
Stephen Archer, Director, Spring Partnerships (26-Feb-2014)
Staying ahead of the game can be hard, but these 10 tips - from firing customers to reducing what you sell - will help you outdo your business competitors
Lisa Gagliani, CEO, Bright Ideas TrustWhat to avoid when starting a business
Lisa Gagliani, CEO, Bright Ideas Trust (14-Feb-2014)
Starting your own business does not have to be a pipe dream. You can make it happen and it can be a success as long as you avoid the common, easy-to-make mistakes
Jackie Jenks, Senior Manager Enterprise Mentoring, Lloyds BaMentoring for SMEs
Jackie Jenks, Senior Manager Enterprise Mentoring, Lloyds Ba (03-Feb-2014)
Mentoring is a useful way of providing entrepreneurs with access to support and information from skilled and experienced industry professionals - resources for SMEs
Dr Peter Kolarz, Policy Consultant, Technopolis GroupMaking sense of SMEs
Dr Peter Kolarz, Policy Consultant, Technopolis Group (30-Jan-2014)
We have more-or-less identified SMEs as the way forward - but, what kind of SMEs and why?
Alan Smith, CEO, Capital Asset ManagementTen essential steps to selling your business
Alan Smith, CEO, Capital Asset Management (27-Jan-2014)
You've spent years building your business and now it may be time to sell it and capitalise on all the hard work and effort - 10 essential steps to take
Paul Galpin, Managing Director, P2P MailingSocial Media hold business to account
Paul Galpin, Managing Director, P2P Mailing (20-Jan-2014)
Access to social media is quick and easy enabling consumers to express their irritation with a company’s service and standards
Jackie Jenks, Senior Manager Enterprise Mentoring, LloydsMentoring helps digital entrepreneur succeed
Jackie Jenks, Senior Manager Enterprise Mentoring, Lloyds (16-Jan-2014)
Launching your own business is a daunting process, but a mentor gives additional help and support
Neil Owen, Director, Robert Half Financial ServicesLegacy of the downturn: efficiency, less risk and accelerated change
Neil Owen, Director, Robert Half Financial Services (20-Dec-2013)
With more positive economic data, financial services are considering the benefits that have surfaced as a result of the financial crisis
Chris Reilly, Head of SME Commercial, npowerHow businesses can save energy and costs
Chris Reilly, Head of SME Commercial, npower (09-Dec-2013)
Businesses have opportunities to save on the costs of energy this winter and beyond - some tips on how to improve the bottom line
Valerie Todd, Chair of IIPWorkers search for new jobs as economy recovers
Valerie Todd, Chair of IIP (06-Dec-2013)
Businesses need to invest in their people or face a potential exodus of talented staff suffering work dissatisfaction as confidence increases in the job market
Santander UKThe economy: unlocking the potential of SMEs
Santander UK (04-Dec-2013)
The private sector must do more to help strong SMEs to develop or accelerate their plans for growth if we are to achieve a sustainable economic recovery
Dee Caporali, Divisional Director, Access GroupContaining spiraling recruitment costs
Dee Caporali, Divisional Director, Access Group (26-Nov-2013)
How businesses can reduce recruitment administration across the whole organisation to drive down costs in today's challenging job market
Charles Major, Business Development Manager, LloydsMentoring helps entrepreneur with his squash
Charles Major, Business Development Manager, Lloyds (25-Nov-2013)
Mentoring - a great opportunity - the mentee benefits from knowledge and experience: the mentor the excitement and rewards from working with a new, growth business
Julian Korek, CEO,  Kinetic PartnersNew York overtakes London as world finance centre
Julian Korek, CEO, Kinetic Partners (20-Nov-2013)
New York has overtaken London as the world’s leading financial centre and its influence is set to decline in coming years
Ross Flanigan, Director, Quality + Risk Operations, DeloitteWales - the business advantage
Ross Flanigan, Director, Quality + Risk Operations, Deloitte (19-Nov-2013)
South Wales has a combination of a first-class talent pool, good communications, attractive government support and it is a great environment to live and work
Aneesh Reddy, CEO, Capillary TechnologiesMarketing to satisfy customers at Christmas
Aneesh Reddy, CEO, Capillary Technologies (18-Nov-2013)
With the economy staring to grow and fierce competition in the market, here are some tips to help generate holiday sales using different methods to connect with consumers
Sara Lewis, MD, Ascent PRMake your content a valuable asset
Sara Lewis, MD, Ascent PR (12-Nov-2013)
With the sheer volume of content currently being published online every day, businesses must create content that cuts through the noise
Susan Marlow, Professor of Entrepreneurship, Nottingham UnivEntrepreneurs need not be the media stereotypes
Susan Marlow, Professor of Entrepreneurship, Nottingham Univ (06-Nov-2013)
Under 25s and over 50s represent a third of the population - they need more focus and encouragement from government and business leaders
Jeff Fisher, VP Strategy and Co-Head RES Research BostonEnterprise IT - the App Store model is not enough
Jeff Fisher, VP Strategy and Co-Head RES Research Boston (05-Nov-2013)
IT complexity continues to grow and users have increasing expectations raising the challenges for the IT department
Helen Dickinson, Director General, British Retail ConsortiumBrand Britain - a global retail success
Helen Dickinson, Director General, British Retail Consortium (04-Nov-2013)
The quality, range and accompanying service offered by 'Brand Britain' is respected around the world - particular growth in the clothing, beauty and department store sectors
Chris Jessop, MD Health Services, AXA PPP healthcareTrust, stress and cost - sickness absence issues
Chris Jessop, MD Health Services, AXA PPP healthcare (31-Oct-2013)
Employee sick leave has an impact on organisations of all sizes - but some deal with the issue better. Trust is a major factor between bosses and staff
Kevin May, founding Partner, Sticks LLCThe importance of customer insight
Kevin May, founding Partner, Sticks LLC (30-Oct-2013)
Insights come in many different forms and to be wholly valuable, they have to be at least five things
Liz Field, CEO, Financial and Legal Skills PartnershipVocational routes vital for economic recovery
Liz Field, CEO, Financial and Legal Skills Partnership (29-Oct-2013)
The service sector is a key growth area for the UK economy and so there are some fantastic opportunities, particularly for SMEs, to invest in their future
Sir Thomas Harris, Vice Chairman, Standard Chartered BankIs banker bashing fair and justified?
Sir Thomas Harris, Vice Chairman, Standard Chartered Bank (26-Oct-2013)
Seismic global economic shifts, unprecedented and depressing volatility in the markets, major concerns about the banking industry itself and a tsunami of new regulations have combined to make for a very difficult ride
Growing Business AwardsInnovation and collaboration - awarding entrepreneurs
Growing Business Awards (25-Oct-2013)
Small and medium-sized firms are critical to getting the economy back to a sustainable level of growth
Laura Hughes, Training Manager, Crunch AccountingSurge in the number of female entrepreneurs
Laura Hughes, Training Manager, Crunch Accounting (24-Oct-2013)
New statistics reveal a surge in women going it alone in business, with the number of female sole traders growing by more than a fifth since 2008
Ben Dowd, Business Director, O2IT and productivity - boosting our lives
Ben Dowd, Business Director, O2 (23-Oct-2013)
The rapid adoption of key information and communications technology has increased productivity by 480% more than in the 1970
Hannah Codrington, TopLine CommunicationsThe benefits of corporate video for SMEs
Hannah Codrington, TopLine Communications (21-Oct-2013)
Corporate video is not only an option reserved for the big hitters. If you want to grow your business and extend your reach, it can be a cost-effective way
Cathie Sellars, Head of Marketing, workspace.co.ukTips for negotiating your commercial lease
Cathie Sellars, Head of Marketing, workspace.co.uk (16-Oct-2013)
Just because you’ve found a great property and what seems like a good rate doesn’t mean you should sign the dotted line just yet, though
Philip King, Chief Executive, ICMPrompt payment - critical for business, not political point scoring
Philip King, Chief Executive, ICM (15-Oct-2013)
Businesses need the certainty of payment and to know that they will be paid within the terms agreed and that those terms will not be changed
Fergal Dowling, Partner, Irwin MitchellBeing an entrepreneur needs a better image
Fergal Dowling, Partner, Irwin Mitchell (14-Oct-2013)
SMEs have a key role to play in boosting the economic recovery through investment and the creation of new jobs
Andrew Devenport, Chief Executive, Youth Business InternatioJoin the 7.5 million-strong enterprise army
Andrew Devenport, Chief Executive, Youth Business Internatio (11-Oct-2013)
The UK will become a hotbed of entrepreneurial activity in November, with thousands of budding entrepreneurs uniting for Global Entrepreneurship Week 2013
Orlando Ayala, Corporate VP and Chairman of Emerging MarketsEffective IT use to fuel SME growth and jobs
Orlando Ayala, Corporate VP and Chairman of Emerging Markets (10-Oct-2013)
Since the crisis, many economies have struggled to return to strong economic growth and to create new jobs - use of advanced IT can boost growth and employment
Rosana Mirkovic, Head of SME Policy, ACCASMEs struggle with skills shortage and growth capital
Rosana Mirkovic, Head of SME Policy, ACCA (09-Oct-2013)
SMEs need to consider a new approach, prioritising investment and seeking internationally-focused market growth, as they prepare for a more stable economy
Christian Nellemann, CEO, XLN TelecomInternet performance, downtime and productivity
Christian Nellemann, CEO, XLN Telecom (08-Oct-2013)
If your internet goes down, you lose e-mail access, mobile card payments, cloud-hosted services and other business-critical functions. Some basic tips on how to avoid loss of business
Alex Plavsic, Head of Forensic, KPMGAll organisations need to do robust due diligence
Alex Plavsic, Head of Forensic, KPMG (07-Oct-2013)
In today's increasingly-complex international business world, organisations of all sizes need to carry out robust due diligence to protect themselves
Stephen Fear, Chairman, Fear Group. BL Entrepreneur in ResA degree for business?
Stephen Fear, Chairman, Fear Group. BL Entrepreneur in Res (26-Sep-2013)
There is no right or wrong way to enter the business world. However, having a university degree isn’t a pre-requisite to being a successful entrepreneur
Mark Stokes, MD, Mid Markets, Lloyds Banking GroupBritain's brightest businesses
Mark Stokes, MD, Mid Markets, Lloyds Banking Group (20-Sep-2013)
As the economy gathers momentum, the UK’s innovative SMEs will continue to play a critical role in getting us back to a sustainable footing, through exports, investment and job creation
Roger Skinner, CEO, MaxxiaPreparing for growth - asset financing?
Roger Skinner, CEO, Maxxia (19-Sep-2013)
With banks still reticent to lend, asset financing offers a viable and reliable alternative source of funding as businesses prepare for a return to growth
Thomas Coles, Chief Executive, MSM SoftwareTips to ensure successful supplier relationships
Thomas Coles, Chief Executive, MSM Software (18-Sep-2013)
The recession has underlined the significance of forming strong relationships with key vendors in order to sustain continuity of supply
Philippa Hammond, Owner, Speaking Well in PublicTop public speaking tips
Philippa Hammond, Owner, Speaking Well in Public (17-Sep-2013)
Speaking well in public is a vital business and personal skill that can enhance your professional and social standing - top 10 tips
Andrew Devenport, CEO, Youth Business InternationalInternational youth business entrepreneur of the year
Andrew Devenport, CEO, Youth Business International (16-Sep-2013)
From China to Sri Lanka, talented entrepreneurs show us what can be done with a small amount of money and the right kind of support
Simon Smith, Chief Technology Officer, MooD InternationalCyber crime makes business like a military operation
Simon Smith, Chief Technology Officer, MooD International (12-Sep-2013)
Running a business is like running a military operation. It requires measuring hard data with judgement and using understanding to plan the desired outcome
Mark Hanington, Managing Director, FIGSuccess for student start-ups
Mark Hanington, Managing Director, FIG (10-Sep-2013)
Nothing beats the sense of achievement when years of hard work, passion, perseverance, fun (and stress!) finally morph into a successful business
Patricia Langrand, Executive VP, SteriaBig Data – looking beyond the hype
Patricia Langrand, Executive VP, Steria (06-Sep-2013)
In today’s tough economic climate, being able to handle Big Data will become crucial for the organisation’s competitiveness, innovation and growth
Ed Reeves, Co-founder of PenelopeSME leadership and work-life balance
Ed Reeves, Co-founder of Penelope (04-Sep-2013)
Micro business owners are working an average of 52 hours a week. A good work-life balance boosts brain power and ultimately makes workers more productive
David Walton, CEO, BestoutcomeProject management - stop the rot
David Walton, CEO, Bestoutcome (30-Aug-2013)
Large organisations are victims of compulsive, blinkered spending on failing projects on a grand scale - cancelling a failing project early and saving money is a good thing
Neil Baker, Marketing Manager, AddPeopleSMEs still don't get Social Media
Neil Baker, Marketing Manager, AddPeople (29-Aug-2013)
A large proportion of SMEs are yet to grasp the potential of social media as a communications tool for business. Find the one with the best ROI
Colin Forrest, Head of Marketing UKI, Pitney BowesSocial Media marketing can be counter-productive
Colin Forrest, Head of Marketing UKI, Pitney Bowes (28-Aug-2013)
The relationship between social media, brands and users is a delicate one. The value is in differentiating between a targeted, personalised strategy and mass marketing
Rachael Fidler, founder, HTP Training, SouthernLazy shirkers? Young people need to be shown
Rachael Fidler, founder, HTP Training, Southern (27-Aug-2013)
Young people want to make the best of themselves, but have been let down as traditional routes to work have failed to evolve as the job market has changed
Dale Keller, CEO, BAR UKBuild, mend or make do? The economy and airports
Dale Keller, CEO, BAR UK (22-Aug-2013)
Expanding Heathrow is the best solution to serve the needs of passengers, airlines and the UK economy, based on a combination of economic, geographical and risk-based considerations
Bradley Derringer, Manager, TechBreach.Transform your business and go green
Bradley Derringer, Manager, TechBreach. (21-Aug-2013)
If you aren't using technology to provide you with every possible advantage over the competition, including reducing overheads, you’re behind in the game
Danny Cooper, MD, The Insurance ManagerInsurance policy errors - a timebomb
Danny Cooper, MD, The Insurance Manager (15-Aug-2013)
Insurance companies are increasingly using 'the policy says' defence and will not accept any blame - there’s a massive time bomb sitting in the desks of Financial Directors
Roxanne Stockwell Principal, Pearson CollegeEducation doesn't prepare for employment
Roxanne Stockwell Principal, Pearson College (14-Aug-2013)
31% of new starters don't think they have the appropriate work skills when they start their first full-time role - businesses must play a greater role in developing the talent of young people
Dominic Schofield, Senior Client Partner, Korn/FerryInexperienced politicians holding back business
Dominic Schofield, Senior Client Partner, Korn/Ferry (07-Aug-2013)
An overwhelming 89% of Chairmen agree that a lack of commercial experience among politicians is inhibiting business
Bob Butcher, NIESRJob creation and destruction
Bob Butcher, NIESR (29-Jul-2013)
Even during the recession and subsequent period of extended economic stagnation, the UK private sector has been creating well over 3.5 million jobs a year
Bob Butcher, NIESRJob creation and destruction
Bob Butcher, NIESR (29-Jul-2013)
Even during the recession and subsequent period of extended economic stagnation, the UK private sector has been creating well over 3.5 million jobs a year
Dr Max Nathan, senior research fellow, NIESRSuccess in a larger digital economy
Dr Max Nathan, senior research fellow, NIESR (23-Jul-2013)
The old image of tech businesses as start-ups that make no money is out-of-date. We need a new way to understand the economy
Dr Sarinova Simandjuntak, University of PortsmouthBenefits of an Industry - University partnership
Dr Sarinova Simandjuntak, University of Portsmouth (19-Jul-2013)
University researchers are sharing their knowledge with a local manufacturing company to develop an industry standard for testing pipes in the oil industry
Shawn Cabral, Marketing Director, Sitecore UKDigital engagement is critical in crisis management
Shawn Cabral, Marketing Director, Sitecore UK (11-Jul-2013)
Having an audience that is engaged in a strong two-way dialogue becomes increasingly valuable should the business or brand encounter any kind of crisis
Ben Padley, Global VP and Marketing DirectorKnow your enemy - competitor research
Ben Padley, Global VP and Marketing Director (05-Jul-2013)
To retain a competitive edge, keep a close eye on what rival businesses are planning to get a clearer view of how your own business can fill any gaps in the market
Peter Kolarz, Francis Hutcheson InstituteStartups - maybe not the economic panacea
Peter Kolarz, Francis Hutcheson Institute (01-Jul-2013)
Are startups good news? Often they are the signs of desperation and of economies void of opportunity. So what's the answer?
John Spence, Co-owner of Add PeopleBusiness risk of duplicate website copy
John Spence, Co-owner of Add People (28-Jun-2013)
Businesses are increasingly reliant on search engines to enable potential customers to find them so it’s alarming that 1 in 4 are being penalised for duplicated content
Shawn Cabral, Marketing Director, Sitecore UKCorporate benefits of the digitally-engaged CEO
Shawn Cabral, Marketing Director, Sitecore UK (26-Jun-2013)
In the ever-changing digital landscape, the majority of CEOs are missing out on an opportunity to interact effectively with consumers and boost commercial growth
George Guildford, Senior Acct Director, Punch Communications5 steps to Twitter success for business
George Guildford, Senior Acct Director, Punch Communications (24-Jun-2013)
As with many facets of running a small business, Twitter is what you make of it. It can be an incredibly flexible tool to fit your marketing, customer service, sales, networking, and PR needs
Martin Crook, Partner, Adams MooreGetting the most out of your accountant
Martin Crook, Partner, Adams Moore (21-Jun-2013)
Your accountant should be the best friend of your business - an accountant's tips for how to get the most out of yours!
David Hall, author and consultantMyths about entrepreneurs exposed
David Hall, author and consultant (20-Jun-2013)
Entrepreneurs need all the support they can get in order to help the country sort out its economic problems - we expose some myths about them
Charles Bligh, MD, TalkTalk BusinessLack of IT training costs businesses
Charles Bligh, MD, TalkTalk Business (19-Jun-2013)
Businesses able to invest in reducing the skills gap will benefit from improved efficiency and productivity – as well as the positive and engaged attitude staff
David Saul, MD, Business EnvironmentStarting up the start-ups
David Saul, MD, Business Environment (18-Jun-2013)
More needs to be done to support start-ups – we need to reward the increasing number of brave entrepreneurs setting up new businesses
Richard Ward, Creative Director, ABA Design5 top tips to build your brand
Richard Ward, Creative Director, ABA Design (07-Jun-2013)
Branding is essential for any business to expand. How can you develop a brand that followers are proud of?
Sarah Santacroce, certified Social Media specialistLinkedIn for business - make the most of it
Sarah Santacroce, certified Social Media specialist (04-Jun-2013)
If used right LinkedIn is probably THE network for small business owners. Top tips for easy implementation to maximise the benefit
George Guildford, Senior Account Director, Punch Communicati5 Social Media tips for business
George Guildford, Senior Account Director, Punch Communicati (28-May-2013)
An understanding of the different Social Media networks and how they can be incorporated into marketing promotions and activities is essential to ensure success
Dr Michael Servian, IP Solicitor, Freeth CartwrightIntellectual Property disputes made easier
Dr Michael Servian, IP Solicitor, Freeth Cartwright (22-May-2013)
Cutting red tape for small businesses and enabling them to resolve disputes more expeditiously is an excellent step forward and a significant improvement in legal provisions for intellectual property
Pietro Pagani, Creative Manager, VistaprintBusiness networking - be prepared
Pietro Pagani, Creative Manager, Vistaprint (21-May-2013)
Consumers prefer personal contact through networking, however small business owners aren't clued up on its benefits with 12% not even knowing what networking is
Mark Boleat, Chairman, Policy and ResourcesThe City seeks new angel investors
Mark Boleat, Chairman, Policy and Resources (18-May-2013)
At a time when access to finance is such a pressing issue for entrepreneurs, Angels in the City is focused on encouraging individuals from the Square Mile to consider investing in early stage businesses
Dominic Higgins, contributing writer, Contact LawLegal tips to manage your online presence
Dominic Higgins, contributing writer, Contact Law (17-May-2013)
The internet creates exciting opportunities for business – instant access to huge numbers of potential customers and a global platform for your brand - but there are a web of legal issues too
Philip King, Chief Executive, ICMResponsible lending and borrowing required
Philip King, Chief Executive, ICM (07-May-2013)
The fall in both company and individual failures is no cause for early celebration, nor confirmation that the UK is on its way to recovery
Mark Walker, General Manager, Zipcar UKSharing business costs is essential for survival
Mark Walker, General Manager, Zipcar UK (02-May-2013)
Ownership of business assets and permanent employment of human resources is now a thing of the past for many businesses. Sharing resources is the way forward
Dr Peter Collett for De Vere HotelsDigital still doesn't replace meetings
Dr Peter Collett for De Vere Hotels (25-Apr-2013)
80% of people believe meeting in person helps them form better bonds with business associates and are more likely to do business with someone they have met in person
Emmanouil Schizas, ACCAWidespread business optimism, but is it temporary?
Emmanouil Schizas, ACCA (24-Apr-2013)
UK business confidence grows for third consecutive quarter, but remains behind UAE and China as well as Ireland
Colin Willman, Chairman, FSB Member ServicesZero waste firm drives success and wins award
Colin Willman, Chairman, FSB Member Services (23-Apr-2013)
Small businesses hold the key to economic recovery and as award-winning firm Vegware proves, innovation can be successfully combined with growth and environmental concern
Isobel Pearce, Marketing Director, The Inviqa GroupWhy your website may be failing
Isobel Pearce, Marketing Director, The Inviqa Group (22-Apr-2013)
A good website is essential, but most companies and organisations are not exactly hitting the ball out of the park when it comes to offering user-friendly websites
Andrew Miller, owner, ARM CoachingI've lost my business - what shall I do?
Andrew Miller, owner, ARM Coaching (19-Apr-2013)
Business loss is the hardest thing an entrepreneur has to face. If you can keep a sense of perspective and focus on what's important, you will come back stronger and wiser
Colin Forrest, Head of Marketing, Pitney BowesMarketing and the coupon renaissance
Colin Forrest, Head of Marketing, Pitney Bowes (15-Apr-2013)
Since the first in 1888 from Coca Cola, coupons have had a mixed history, but now they are making a comeback and businesses should capitalise on the opportunities
Simon Dixon, CEO, banktothefuture.comThe future of SME business finance?
Simon Dixon, CEO, banktothefuture.com (05-Apr-2013)
Around 92% of banks' balance sheets does nothing to help the British economy so where should SMEs get their funding?
Simon Carter, Director, Touch FinancialBanks turn away over half of SMEs
Simon Carter, Director, Touch Financial (04-Apr-2013)
More than half of small businesses in the last six months have been refused funding by their bank and 98% say the Government should do more
Dave Scheine, Director European Operations, YelpTop tips for handling negative online reviews
Dave Scheine, Director European Operations, Yelp (02-Apr-2013)
In an increasingly online, social and mobile world, customer reviews play an important role in influencing consumer behaviour - here are some top tips on how to handle negative comments
Jo Behari, MD, Home JaneSix simple tips to boost your bottom line
Jo Behari, MD, Home Jane (29-Mar-2013)
SMEs are missing a trick – and billions of pounds – by ignoring the importance of marketing. Here are six simple tips to help
Philip Collins, Chairman, OFTSupporting economic growth and business
Philip Collins, Chairman, OFT (28-Mar-2013)
Competition drives growth by encouraging innovation and increasing business efficiency. The OFT's role is to tackle issues that stand in the way of growth
Fergus Gloster, MD EMEA, MarketoMarketing automation boosts sales
Fergus Gloster, MD EMEA, Marketo (27-Mar-2013)
Marketing automation is the technology that allows companies of all sizes to streamline, automate and measure marketing to increase efficiency and grow revenue faster
Charles Bligh, MD, TalkTalk BusinessTechnology - the key to ignite business
Charles Bligh, MD, TalkTalk Business (22-Mar-2013)
Today’s entrepreneurs are not interested in fancy sports cars. 81% of business owners are driven by achieving a good work / life balance and working in an industry that they are passionate about
Sue Staunton, Partner, James CowperThe need to boost tech industry funding
Sue Staunton, Partner, James Cowper (21-Mar-2013)
The technology sector is buoyed by its strengths in the development and commercialisation of technology, but it is equally aware that it is operating in uncertain times
Dr Steffan George, Director, Master Locksmiths AssociationBusiness security
Dr Steffan George, Director, Master Locksmiths Association (20-Mar-2013)
Business security is vital, not only to protect a building and its contents, but also to keep employees, visitors and clients safe - it should be reviewed, upgraded and maintained regularly
Hugo Sumner, Punch CommunicationsSimple Twitter tips for startups
Hugo Sumner, Punch Communications (19-Mar-2013)
Entering the world of social media can be quite daunting for some start-ups, as just getting the business off the ground can be time consuming enough, but using Twitter needn’t be a hassle
SPQL - in the City of LondonBusiness finance fit for the future
SPQL - in the City of London (18-Mar-2013)
Traditional bank finance just isn't working. Is crowd finance, Islamic Finance or non-bank finance the answer to help kick-start business and the economy
Tej Kohli, CEO, Grafix SoftechBuilding a global business
Tej Kohli, CEO, Grafix Softech (15-Mar-2013)
As the world gets smaller and customers and investors are no longer dictated by geography, the desire and need, to build a business with truly global value is increasingly important
Katy Galasinski, Head of Financial Services, Aspectus PRNothing communicated, nothing ventured
Katy Galasinski, Head of Financial Services, Aspectus PR (14-Mar-2013)
Quality content hits home with the market and the media. It provides insight on key challenges and suggests viable and pragmatic solutions
Mike Fleming, Tax Director, StraughansPension? Invest in gold instead?
Mike Fleming, Tax Director, Straughans (12-Mar-2013)
Is public faith in pensions decreasing? Some might think that it would be worthwhile investing in gold instead
Kelda Wallis, New Business Manager, TemperoLearn from the Premier League social media guidelines
Kelda Wallis, New Business Manager, Tempero (07-Mar-2013)
Uncharted ground is being covered with social media and employees across all kinds of working environments need clear guidelines
Lawrence Maynard, Director, Pitney BowesMulti-tasking business owners not prioritising
Lawrence Maynard, Director, Pitney Bowes (05-Mar-2013)
SME owners spend more time buying stationery than doing marketing; while one in six prioritises cleaning
Jason Manning, Managing Director, SuperdreamDevelop and deliver the right brand image
Jason Manning, Managing Director, Superdream (04-Mar-2013)
When building and growing your business, the most important consideration you need to make is the way your customers perceive you
Glenn Granger, CEO, marketingQEDBusinesses wasting millions on advertising
Glenn Granger, CEO, marketingQED (01-Mar-2013)
Companies are wasting millions on advertising and marketing - new technologies allow marketers to combine their experience and intuition with quantitative data and insight
Andrew Gilbert, MD, Node4Fragile economy prompts customer focus
Andrew Gilbert, MD, Node4 (27-Feb-2013)
Creating a culture that promotes self-evaluation and open and honest relationships will always benefit a company - sustained growth lies with meeting demands of customers
Jon Worley, Director, The Logic GroupPromiscuous consumers: Loyalty = instant rewards
Jon Worley, Director, The Logic Group (22-Feb-2013)
The days of retail therapy are behind us – bargain hunting and rampant discounting are the norm in a tough economy and companies need to move with the digital times
James Southgate, Director, bss digitalIs big data the Emperor's new clothes?
James Southgate, Director, bss digital (21-Feb-2013)
In today’s digitised world, companies have access to information like never before, but is big data only for large organisations?
Ryan Higginson, VP, Pitney BowesCost-effective digital marketing strategies
Ryan Higginson, VP, Pitney Bowes (19-Feb-2013)
Tips to make the most of your marketing using digital and other channels - universal content, multi-channel campaigns and leveraging social media
Karen Steadman, The Work FoundationGood mental health is good business
Karen Steadman, The Work Foundation (15-Feb-2013)
The costs of ill-health to employers can be huge and mental health conditions are a major cause of sickness absence and worklessness - a little support can go a very long way
Neil Taylor, Creative Director, The WriterBanks should watch their language
Neil Taylor, Creative Director, The Writer (11-Feb-2013)
What works better for potential customers is honest content and a straightforward tone - and that's not so easy to achieve
Daniel Mitchell, founder and Director, Lifeline ITIs password your password?
Daniel Mitchell, founder and Director, Lifeline IT (08-Feb-2013)
Most businesses are now reliant on IT and security breaches could be disastrous, but most people are still careless with passwords
Ric Williams, Jonathan Paton, Directors, Trademark HelplineCompanies at risk by failing to protect their IP
Ric Williams, Jonathan Paton, Directors, Trademark Helpline (06-Feb-2013)
90% of UK SMEs are at risk because they haven’t protected their brand, but for a relatively small cost you can protect your business and have peace of mind
Mel Brooks, Director, Mel Brooks AssociatesA business plan to attract funding
Mel Brooks, Director, Mel Brooks Associates (05-Feb-2013)
Starting a business can be exciting, but at the same time very challenging - be sure to prepare a plan that attracts funding and for your own benefit
Mark Hodgson, Practice Leader, Right ManagementAre more redundancies on the horizon in 2013?
Mark Hodgson, Practice Leader, Right Management (01-Feb-2013)
Employees still face an uncertain future in 2013 as businesses are increasingly unsure if they will need to make redundancies over the next six months
Professor David Edwards, Birmingham City Business SchoolIs HR blacklisting acceptable?
Professor David Edwards, Birmingham City Business School (30-Jan-2013)
Recently, blacklisting in the construction industry has hit the headlines - but similar practices occur elsewhere - are they acceptable?
Frankie Tierney, CEO, Herrington & Carmichael LLPDon't underestimate standard Terms and Conditions
Frankie Tierney, CEO, Herrington & Carmichael LLP (29-Jan-2013)
Remember to check those pesky standard Terms and Conditions - if things go wrong it might be too late
Alastair Turner, Global Group Director, Aspectus PRPutting the PR into entrepreneur
Alastair Turner, Global Group Director, Aspectus PR (28-Jan-2013)
Developing a new offering, even if it is the next iPod, is not enough - getting your brand and communications right is essential
Mary Starks, Senior Director, OFTCustomers reluctant to complain about legal profession
Mary Starks, Senior Director, OFT (25-Jan-2013)
Customers of the legal profession are sceptical about the value of complaining and confused where to go
The FE and Skills Communication GroupBusinesses reap benefits of Further Education
The FE and Skills Communication Group (24-Jan-2013)
Further education isn’t just for young people; businesses can improve the skills of all employees and get an excellent return on investment
Lucy Scott-Moncrieff, President, Law SocietyEmployee shareholder status - more red tape
Lucy Scott-Moncrieff, President, Law Society (23-Jan-2013)
Proposals for new employee-shareholder contracts are flawed and will lead to more red tape and confusion
James King and Mark Hanington, Founders, FIGEntrepreneurs - the route to economic success
James King and Mark Hanington, Founders, FIG (22-Jan-2013)
SMEs form the backbone of UK business and are the easiest route to turn the economy round. Here is a clear and practical way to boost business and the economy
Mary Starks, Senior Director, OFTDo defined contribution pensions offer value?
Mary Starks, Senior Director, OFT (21-Jan-2013)
The Government has introduced automatic enrolment in DC pension schemes - will competition work in the best interests of savers to deliver low cost, high quality schemes
Liz Field, CEO, Financial Skills PartnershipVirtual work experience improves employability
Liz Field, CEO, Financial Skills Partnership (18-Jan-2013)
An innovative industry-led e-learning project through which the financial and professional services sectors will build employability skills and ensure the industry’s future talent pipeline
Alex O'Neill, HTP Business Administration apprenticeMake 2013 work with apprenticeships
Alex O'Neill, HTP Business Administration apprentice (17-Jan-2013)
Over half a million apprentices are working in sectors from aviation to the live music industry. Whether you are an employer or someone looking for an apprenticeship, make 2013 your year
Lucy Smith, Director, Small Business WebsitesTop business tips for web site creation
Lucy Smith, Director, Small Business Websites (16-Jan-2013)
Web sites are complex, but vitally important for businesses - don't waste time and money on poor design and something that doesn't do the job
Elsa Corbineau, Director, Moet Hennessy UKSearching for bubbly female entrepreneurs
Elsa Corbineau, Director, Moet Hennessy UK (15-Jan-2013)
Veuve Clicquot has launched a new award to celebrate emerging female talent and encourage greater collaboration within the entrepreneurial community. Get your nominations in now!
Claire Wood, founder, Soup-urbTop 10 tips for small business success
Claire Wood, founder, Soup-urb (14-Jan-2013)
Setting up a business is hugely rewarding, but before success comes a huge amount of hard work and a host of challenges
Paul Shephard, Director, Clydesdale and Yorkshire BanksCost cutting tips for SMEs
Paul Shephard, Director, Clydesdale and Yorkshire Banks (11-Jan-2013)
All businesses should have the desire to reduce costs and to reinvest that money to achieve sustained growth - here are some tips to help
David Hillson, the Risk DoctorWhy do we still let projects fail?
David Hillson, the Risk Doctor (10-Jan-2013)
We know why projects fail; we know how to prevent their failure – so why do they still fail? We need to make our risk processes fully effective to minimise the chances of failure
Keredy Andrews, Punch CommunicationsHow to choose the right SEO agency
Keredy Andrews, Punch Communications (09-Jan-2013)
SEO might sound techy, but it is important to understand what it's all about - advice on choosing an agency to help your business
Adam Stewart, Marketing Director, Rakuten's Play.comTop tips for making brand friends
Adam Stewart, Marketing Director, Rakuten's Play.com (08-Jan-2013)
Social media can have a huge impact on your business. 2013 is set to be the most digital year yet, so social strategy is more important than ever
Chris Bull, CEO, Selective MediaWhat's next for mobile?
Chris Bull, CEO, Selective Media (07-Jan-2013)
The UK leads international markets for mobile device adoption and usage. Here are the five mobile trends that will significantly impact 2013
Keith Alderson, MD Corporate Banking, The Co-operative BankSMEs plan for growth in 2013
Keith Alderson, MD Corporate Banking, The Co-operative Bank (04-Jan-2013)
SMEs and entrepreneurs are widely acknowledged as vital to Britain’s economic recovery - nearly half expect growth in 2013
Jamie Hopkins, CEO, Workspace GroupUnleash the potential of UK small firms
Jamie Hopkins, CEO, Workspace Group (31-Dec-2012)
The small business sector is very large and includes the fastest growing companies in the economy - government should focus
Graham Sutherland, MD, BT BusinessTop ten business tips
Graham Sutherland, MD, BT Business (28-Dec-2012)
Top ten new years resolutions to help small businesses gain a competitive edge in current tough economic times
Paul Shephard, Director, Clydesdale and Yorkshire BanksSMEs losing billions not counting costs
Paul Shephard, Director, Clydesdale and Yorkshire Banks (27-Dec-2012)
SMEs could save billions that could be used for employment or business development
Martin Crook, Partner, Adams MooreCash is king - how to crown your business
Martin Crook, Partner, Adams Moore (20-Dec-2012)
Lack of cash is the main cause of business failure, not lack of profits. Generating cash flow is possible - here are a few simple, very effective guidelines
Pontus Noren, co-founder, CloudreachWill failure to embrace the Cloud leave you lost in the fog?
Pontus Noren, co-founder, Cloudreach (18-Dec-2012)
Is all the IT hype about the Cloud just another bandwagon or should your business be taking it seriously?
Ian Davidson, European President, GMSSMEs fail to use social media effectively
Ian Davidson, European President, GMS (13-Dec-2012)
Social media are an important part of the marketing mix, but poor advice and a lack of knowledge are preventing SMEs from capitalising on the opportunities social media offer
Maxine Park, Director, DictateNowOutsource in the UK - it's better for everyone
Maxine Park, Director, DictateNow (05-Dec-2012)
The importance of the outsourcing industry to the UK economy cannot be overestimated and keeping the work local is better for business and the economy
Rob Greenslade, Director, CentralisThe workplace of the future is wherever you are
Rob Greenslade, Director, Centralis (03-Dec-2012)
The workspace of the future can be wherever the employee is, provided they have access to the applications and data they need, with security and control
Pete McGarr, MD, TemperoSocial customer service - are you ready?
Pete McGarr, MD, Tempero (28-Nov-2012)
Not many CEOs would question the ROI of the telephone for customer service and that is exactly how they now need to think about social media
Shamus Kelly, CEO, PortalSocial media rejected for customer service
Shamus Kelly, CEO, Portal (27-Nov-2012)
Research shows that customers resort to social media as a last resort for customer service, preferring the traditional methods
Professor Stephen Caddick, Vice-Provost, UCLThe UK needs more than ivory towers
Professor Stephen Caddick, Vice-Provost, UCL (23-Nov-2012)
With so much in flux, we have a golden opportunity to reshape our economy to be a global leader. We need a strategy for reigniting the economy in a radical new direction
Paul Malone, Editor, Newry TimesEntrepreneurs make a success with online news
Paul Malone, Editor, Newry Times (22-Nov-2012)
With no business experience, three graduates started and made a success of Newry Times - an online newspaper
Graham Long, Vice President, Samsung UKColour influences business and customers
Graham Long, Vice President, Samsung UK (20-Nov-2012)
Around 80% of colour influence is based on instinct and we need to to understand how colour affects customer behaviour
Jon Worley, Director, The Logic GroupCustomer loyalty is more than discount deep
Jon Worley, Director, The Logic Group (19-Nov-2012)
Customers can overdose on discount deals, but, in the long-term most prefer preferential treatment for their loyalty
David Saul, MD, Business EnvironmentSouthern UK businesses enjoy an Indian summer
David Saul, MD, Business Environment (07-Nov-2012)
Summer 2012 was a remarkably positive time for businesses in Southern UK - some interesting research findings
John Minhinick, President, Rotary InternationalSMEs fail to realise business value of community relations
John Minhinick, President, Rotary International (05-Nov-2012)
SMEs are missing a trick when it comes to supporting the local community - increases staff morale and makes business more attractive to customers and employees
David Hillson, the Risk DoctorProject risk - how to assess and scale to fit
David Hillson, the Risk Doctor (31-Oct-2012)
Projects are not equally risky and the risk process must be scaleable to match the level of risk challenge faced by each project
Carmen Carey, CEO, ControlCircleCyber security for the non-technical
Carmen Carey, CEO, ControlCircle (29-Oct-2012)
Understand the cyber risks to your business (whatever its size) and how to fight the threats, both now and in the future
Eve WatkinsOverseas trading and currency risk avoidance
Eve Watkins (24-Oct-2012)
Trading overseas, whether buying or selling, is something for companies of all sizes, but currency fluctuation must be taken into account
Jon Worley, Director, The Logic GroupCould supermarkets become superbanks?
Jon Worley, Director, The Logic Group (22-Oct-2012)
Consumers in the UK would like to have a single card for payments and loyalty scheme - supermarkets have an opportunity to rival banks
Clive Taylor, Director, Quiss TechnologyRemote IT access - profit versus peril?
Clive Taylor, Director, Quiss Technology (12-Oct-2012)
Can remote IT access turn mobility into profitability? If so, at what cost and with what risks?
Make it in Great BritainAward-winning British design and manufacturing
Make it in Great Britain (04-Oct-2012)
BedFleX, innovated by a team of BAE apprentices, is an elastic attachment to help recovering amputees and critical care patients to do bed-based exercise to aid rehabilitation
Thomas Coles, MD, MSM SoftwarePrevent IT skills shortage stalling growth
Thomas Coles, MD, MSM Software (02-Oct-2012)
As competition increases daily, organisations cannot afford to be burdened with technology skills shortages that prevent them from keeping up with the pace of change
Guy Fraser-Sampson, Senior Fellow, Cass Business SchoolThe financial crisis: politicians are the problem
Guy Fraser-Sampson, Senior Fellow, Cass Business School (25-Sep-2012)
There is growing unease at the persistence of the financial crisis and the escalating pace with which it is hurtling us into the unknown - the problem and some solutions
Lizzie Crowley, The Work FoundationAction needed for UK deprived communities
Lizzie Crowley, The Work Foundation (19-Sep-2012)
The UK's poorest areas must not be left to fall further into decline - need for innovative sustainable projects and other local measures
Martin Crook, Partner, Adams MooreFraud - tips on how to spot and avoid it
Martin Crook, Partner, Adams Moore (14-Sep-2012)
Fraud can affect businesses of all sizes - whether you employ a small team or a significant workforce. Consider how you can increase your awareness and what defences you can implement
Adam Ewart, Founder of SendmyBagSuccessful Northern Ireland tech startup growing
Adam Ewart, Founder of SendmyBag (13-Sep-2012)
Northern Ireland entrepreneur Adam Ewart identified a gap in the market and has developed a successful, expanding business
Frank Kelly, CEO, UK Flood BarriersSustainable flood defences from the UK
Frank Kelly, CEO, UK Flood Barriers (10-Sep-2012)
A UK-produced efficient, cost-effective and sustainable flood defence solution to provide protection for Cockermouth
Martijn Nijhuis, co-founder, RoamlerTechnology empowers business to gain market insight
Martijn Nijhuis, co-founder, Roamler (04-Sep-2012)
Today it is essential that brands are always on the front foot in marketing terms and new technology can help
Henry Cleminson, founder, Corefit UKTips for developing a new business
Henry Cleminson, founder, Corefit UK (31-Aug-2012)
Some important lessons and tips for any business looking to take a step to the next level
Antony Jones, CEO, The Logic GroupThe changing face of customer loyalty
Antony Jones, CEO, The Logic Group (30-Aug-2012)
At a time when businesses are feeling the economic pressures, understanding what consumers demand in return for their loyalty and the role new technologies can play is critical
Stephen Robertson, DG, BRCE-crime costs retailers over £200 million per year
Stephen Robertson, DG, BRC (29-Aug-2012)
At £205.4 million, e-crime represents 0.75% of the £28 billion of online retail sales in 2011 - it needs to be taken seriously
Alexandre Wentzo, CEO, CasewiseEffective IT Application management improves performance
Alexandre Wentzo, CEO, Casewise (27-Aug-2012)
Winning organisations must look after the bottom line by more effective leverage of IT assets
Rod Jackson, CEO, aap3Does sports sponsorship pay?
Rod Jackson, CEO, aap3 (23-Aug-2012)
Does sports sponsorship pay? If you back a winner then the benefits can be well worthwhile as we see in this case study
Vince Cable, Business SecretaryBritish manufacturing showcase and competition
Vince Cable, Business Secretary (07-Aug-2012)
The Make it in Great Britain exhibition highlights the exciting place that UK manufacturing can take us in the next few years, helping to solve problems and innovate
Ben Atherton, CEO, SambaFree UK broadband for users on the go
Ben Atherton, CEO, Samba (02-Aug-2012)
A new service offering free on-the-go broadband for laptops, netbooks and iPads has just launched - based on a simple 'value exchange' model
Armen Zildjan, VP LogMeIn EMEABeat the Olympics - avoid business disruption
Armen Zildjan, VP LogMeIn EMEA (06-Jul-2012)
With close to five million visitors expected for the Olympics, don't expect business as usual in London - plan ahead to avoid disruptions
David Hillson, the Risk DoctorRisks in recession or recovery: react or respond?
David Hillson, the Risk Doctor (04-Jul-2012)
Every business faces the same emerging risks and how we choose to respond will make the difference competitively
Rachel Oxburgh, CEO CasabuFrom rocks to frocks - entrepreneurial online retail
Rachel Oxburgh, CEO Casabu (31-May-2012)
Flash-sales - the latest online phenomenon to arrive from the US is launched by an entrepreneurial ex-Oxford Geochemist

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