Sam Lewis, co-founder of ExpensePlus talks to BQ about the business and why he recommends Digital Enterprise and Digital Knowledge Exchange.
The consumer is dead, long live the post-consumer. John Auckland, founder of TribeFirst, shares five tips for creating brand evangelists.
China is arguably the largest single market worldwide and it is welcoming businesses to ride the wave of opportunities it offers. This year, Let’s Do China events are packed with practical insights, bringing fresh updates to help even more businesses boost their export potential.
AD:VENTURE, the ERDF funded programme providing businesses that have been trading for less than three years with practical support and match-funded grants, has been awarded an extension by the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG).
We had a fantastic time teaming up with Publicity Seekers as part of our latest BQ Expert Series. We'd like to say a huge thank you to Jonathan Saunders for the fantastic advice and insight he shared with us. Here is a recap of what we learned about brand awareness and reputation.
David Vermeulen, CEO and founder of The Inner Circle, a dating app that offers a finer dating experience, shares his tips on how to expand a business internationally and at speed.
Some of Scotland’s most talented and ambitious students are set to start a once in a lifetime placement through Entrepreneurial Scotland’s Saltire Scholar Internship Programme.
Shepherd and Wedderburn, the leading independent, Scottish-headquartered UK law firm, has appointed a Head of Diversity, Development and Inclusion.
North West construction businesses working on the Paddington Village development join forces to buck the national skills shortage trend
Claire Preston is CEO of Sound Training, the Middlesbrough education company that’s delivering its Lexonik teaching programmes in schools and prisons across the globe. Four years on from signing her first international contract, Claire shares the business advice that has helped her drive the firm’s expansion into the US and the Middle East.
Almost £9.5m of funding has been secured to provide free skills training for over 5,000 adults in the area served by the York, North Yorkshire and East Riding Local Enterprise Partnership (YNYER LEP) and Tees Valley Combined Authority.
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