Daniel Keighron-Foster, MD of Manchester-based cloud consultancy Steamhaus outlines what we can learn from the sale of the UK's biggest and best tech business
With one company threatening dismissal if the game is played in work and Boeing finding it had been downloaded 100 times on company mobiles, Law at Work’s legal adviser Paman Singh reflects on whether employers should be considering a Pokémon policy
According to Uwe Hennig, CEO of retail analytics software firm Detego, fashion leads the charge in retail. Here's what growth businesses can learn from the latest trends in one of the most resilient and en vogue sectors
Martin Brenig-Jones, MD of Catalyst Consulting outlines how those who voted to remain in the EU can accept and make the most of the Brexit vote
This opinion piece examines the link between smartphone usage at work and employee productivity, and what can be done to cut out inefficiencies
Christian Miele, VP at e.ventures, outlines how to spot true invention in the start-up era
Keeping costs down has more to do with defining your expenditures than never splurging. Your employees are valuable, make sure you invest where it matters
Big data analytics may be the best bet for UK banks in their aggressive pursuit of appealing to the smartphone generation, writes Hello Soda CEO James Blake
Employment and immigration solicitor Caroline Glacken looks at some of the big immigration questions that we need to face post-Brexit
Seven tips to communicate professionally in the age of instant chat, from knowing when to use text to how to use gifs
According to leadership coach Alison Freer, it is in uncertain times, like our current post-Brexit period, that leaders need to remain grounded. Here's how
Prime Minister David Cameron's resignation following the UK's vote to leave the European Union clearly reveals that his position was untenable. Can people in business lead change they don't support?
As one of the fastest growing sectors in the UK economy, consultants are closely monitoring the impact leaving the European Union may have on the technology industry
While London house prices slide down post-Brexit, reports from Spain reveals the property sector is on the rise
David Brookes, tax partner at accountancy and business advisory firm BDO LLP, looks at the tax implications that leaving the EU has on UK businesses
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A study by Barclays reveals that productivity, innovation and growth may be at risk as UK comes just fourth in digital development. How can we bridge the gap?
At a time when pay-as-you-go and disposable phones were all the rage, Jo Wimble-Groves realised that a one-size-fits-all approach would undercut a huge chunk of business technology users. In 1996, she set up Active Digital to provide businesses with the mobile technology they actually need, and since then, has worked with clients as varied as GB Taekwondo and Iron Maiden
Invoice factoring is a commonly used but often misunderstood type of business finance — what is factoring, and how does it work? Funding Options CEO Conrad Ford explains
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