Trademarks are a headache. Trademarks for foreign countries are even worse. You just found out that a US trademark won’t apply in the UK, and who even knows if they work in the EU (they don’t, by the way).
SMEs across the globe have had to pause much of their international activity this year, as a result of ongoing lockdowns and financial implications from the pandemic, but with a new year just around the corner, many are making plans for a more fruitful 2021.
The UK has led the way when it comes to SME businesses innovating and collaborating as they seek to scale and grow.
Since the initial nationwide lockdown in March 2020, it’s become increasingly clear that technology is essential for businesses to continue functioning and succeeding in today’s modern world.
Many businesses try to foresee and plan for the future but unfortunately organisations often do not plan for the inevitable.
With COVID-19 continuing to have a significant impact on all aspects of business, many of which have been unforeseen, a shareholders’ agreement has never been more important.
Leading from your heart (emotionally intelligent, collaborative, motivating) matters more now than ever as uncertainty permeates every aspect of work, life and what the future holds.
Totalling the cost of paid employees sitting in meetings for hours vs. effective productivity was a hot topic pre-Covid, however it’s not one that’s gone away despite people working from home.
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?
A large number of companies face the painful need to rightsize, but how does a business employ rightsizing processes to make it ‘Covid secure’?