Business leaders have been given tips on how to stay happy and beat stress at the conclusion of successful leadership development training.
One in four businesses supported by Activate have successfully pioneered a new innovative product or service as a result of their involvement with the programme.
Leeds-based digital agency, Search Laboratory, has revealed impressive growth following the recruitment of 25 new starters to the integrated agency. As part of the recruitment drive, the company has invested in 19 UK based roles, and six positions in the US.
Leeds law firm Blacks Solicitors LLP, has overseen and helped coordinate the new lease of Toast Love Coffee, a community café in Harehills.
Working her way up through the ranks of Mearns & Company to her current position of MD, Catherine Bell shares with BQ her thoughts on leadership and the need to not just listen, but pay attention, trust your instincts and be resilient.
A group of eight Edinburgh-based entrepreneurs have taken part in Business Gateway Edinburgh’s 10th Gateway to Investment five-week programme to help businesses to secure investment, which has resulted in 80 companies securing over £2m of investment since 2015.
Digital Pop-Ups is building a range of life-changing augmented reality (AR) experiences from its base in Manchester using a £15,000 Start Up Loan from GC Business Finance.
Community businesses across England can now apply for a learning programme and a grant of up to £10,000, to support their growth and increase the difference they make to their local area.
From aspirations to be an astronaut to a high-flying hobby, the importance of being yourself and the challenges of juggling supply and demand, BQ caught up with Eman Al-Hillawi to talk about being the MD of her business consultancy, Entec Si.
Smarter Business Processes has opened its first overseas office in New York. Taking space within the One World Trade Center, the expansion marks significant international growth for the Wetherby-based business.
In June this year, figures released by banking trade body, UK Finance, revealed that card payments overtook cash use in the UK for the first time. With increasing numbers of consumers shunning cash in favour of the speed and convenience of contactless, small businesses that aren’t set-up to accept card payments could be missing out on all-important sales.
In the face of social media saturation, face-to-face is still the best way to start a sustainable business relationship. In fact any type of relationship that is not a bit weird.
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