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12
Nov

Mental health and business – why making a real impact doesn’t cost a bomb

By Sally Boulton, Head of Talent at Tribal Worldwide London The focus on mental health has been a big priority over the last two years, having reached a climax in the last few weeks with World Mental Health Day, the appointment of the UK’s first suicide prevention minister, and building concerns about the NHS’s ability...
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woman working on a laptop Innovate UK featured
17
Oct

Easy ways to innovate for your existing or future buyers

Innovation is a word that appears on the ‘wish list’ of most companies I work with – often accompanied by ‘IP’. Companies seem baffled by what they should be doing in this area and get worried about the expense. But well-thought through innovation which can, in turn, lead to you owning more intellectual property (IP)...
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Women Cheering featured
17
Oct

Goal setting – and its importance in business

How often have you set goals only to give up when it means having to step out of your comfort zone? Or maybe you’re too busy and you’ll work on it next month but then this becomes an excuse you use again and again? If you’ve got goals. Good. But do you know why you...
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Integrating non-family members into a family run business
11
Oct

Integrating non-family members into a family run business

Article provided by Lizzy Rudd, Chairman, Berry Bros. & Rudd As a 320-year-old family business, our family values have always been at the heart of everything we do. As the business has grown, and more non-family members have come on board, our core values – integrity, trust and passion – have been central in guiding...
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18
Sep

Just starting out: creating business impact from the very beginning

In this regular column, Andrea Kolokasi, Head of Business Development at Workspace, highlights hints and tips for burgeoning entrepreneurs, reflecting on insights from the inspiring business leaders within Workspace’s 4000-strong customer network. The day a budding entrepreneur decides to quit their corporate day job and put everything into a passion project, will be one of...
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Laughing businesswoman at meeting
11
Sep

Women in business

What do women want in business? Pretty much the same as men, actually. In March, a group of women attended a meeting at 10 Downing Street to talk to the Government about how to help support female founders and ensure their success. As part of that preparation, several members of the delegation consulted in female...
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Brexit- A Girl’s Best Friend (F)
07
Sep

Planning for post-Brexit Britain presents opportunities for all

Two years on from the Brexit vote, Britain’s businesses are still wrestling with how to manage their workforce when faced with the possibility of changes to employment regulations. A recent report estimated the vote to date has cost the UK between £20bn-£40bn and large international companies have expressed concerns about the impact of new trade...
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Sara Lou-Ann Jones, setting up a business
06
Sep

Setting up a business whilst pregnant | Sara’s journey

For many mothers-to-be, pregnancy is a time to relax, take things easy and to prepare for the arrival of your little one. But for me, much of my pregnancy was spent creating marketing strategies, answering customer calls, and hiring freelancers all whilst panicking about the arrival of my baby. I founded the Centre of Excellence...
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