I wholeheartedly believe that business and shark diving are essentially the same thing. Both are exciting. Both have their fair share of risk. Both require you to be on your A-game all of the time.
Running a business is no easy thing. For the past 18 years, I’ve been on that journey of entrepreneurship.
Who’d have thought putting the health and safety of your people and the public first would create such a fuss!
My final column of 2020 is in two parts. In this first part, I reflect on what a strange year we’ve had – picking out some of the highlights from an information law perspective
The deadline for starting an application for a government-backed loan has been extended to January 31st 2021, but lender appetite is diminishing. What should you do and who do you turn to when you need working capital and the bank says no?
Last week the UK Government u-turned on its recommendation for employees to return to the office and the official position is now that employee’s should work from home ‘if they can’.
If you employ salespeople to sell your company’s products and services, it is more than likely that you have a sales commission plan in place.
Rishi Sunak’s desperate pleading with company bosses not to lay off their furloughed employees once the scheme ends next month will cut no ice with those who must balance the books in the real world of business.
QR code menu allows guests to digitally view the menu items, avoiding them to touch the physical menu!
This week the Government announced that the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme would be extended until October, however from August while workers will continue to receive 80% of their salary, new rules will mean that employers share the cost.