Bring your own device (BYOD) has enamoured many organisations. It has introduced several positive forces into the enterprise with the supposed promise of cost savings, employee satisfaction, and productivity.
My internal compass has always steered me strongly toward the belief that founders who can scale with their startup companies are better to back than founders who eventually need to hire a CEO.
Most business has not yet caught up with Einstein. His theories are hard enough to apply in science, so can they really be applied to business?
We've all had those Eureka moments, when the penny drops and suddenly you have a brilliant idea. Successful entrepreneurs are no different, except that their ‘Aha’ moments become the key milestones in their business journeys, as these guys were keen to tell me…
Having read the summary of Lord Young's latest report on small business, I, as a young entrepreneur and someone who is committed to teaching entrepreneurship, feel like I have just been trampled on. I want to scream 'no' and I really want someone to listen.
The recession has affected different parts of the economy in different ways. In the UK some sectors, such as government or financial services, have been hard hit.
Once you have an established business, you need to start thinking about entering industry awards. Awards aren’t just about receive kudos for something remarkable your business has achieved. Here are my 7 reasons why a small business should enter awards.
Despite the economy avoiding a triple dip recession, many leading entrepreneurs remain concerned about long-term growth prospects, according to the latest Smith & Williamson Enterprise Index which is issued quarterly.
In response to its existential crisis, the euro area has opted for the path of austerity and economic reform. The aim is to restore the public finances and rebuild competitiveness in the peripheral nations of Europe.