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16Oct 2018
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There can occasionally be some negativity surrounding the attitudes and values of the modern generation, so to make your workplace more millennial-friendly you should start by leaving the stereotypes at the door and focus on praising individuality. It’s important to understand that as workplace demographics change, workplace practices have to adapt to them. Your goal […]

28Sep 2018

When we think about social clubs, the first image that may come to mind is that of an older gentleman, wearing a suit, paired with a monocle, smoking a thick cigar and talking to other men in a room filled with wooden furniture. This cliche is engraved in our minds for a good reason, as […]

27Sep 2018
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No business likes to lose customers. It has an obvious and instant effect on your bottom line, it seizes growth, and it costs more to acquire a new customer than to retain one. Spending money on customer loyalty and retention is clearly a better business choice than throwing your hard-earned capital at building your customer […]

26Sep 2018
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Of the many challenges historically facing start-ups, seeking investment that matched the founders’ vision was one of the hardest to overcome. But today, with tech making its way into every other industry, investors are keener than ever to fund the latest trending app or product. This propensity for venture capitalists to pump huge amounts of […]

31Aug 2018
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  The freelance population in the UK is increasingly growing. With every passing year, more and more of us are opting to go down a self-employed job route. In 2001, around 12% of the labour market in the UK (3.3 million people) worked for themselves, according to the Office for National Statistics. Jump forward to […]

16May 2018
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Cybercrime is on the rise, with startups potentially posing easy targets for data thieves, hackers and fraudsters. We explore what businesses can do to stay safe According to a cybercrime report by Cybersecurity Ventures, the direct cost of damages from cybercrime is due to exceed £4 trillion by the year 2021. So far, established international […]

04May 2018
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London still leads the pack when it comes to the best UK destination for ambitious startups, but Bristol is hot on its heels in terms of infrastructure, variety and quality of life With average office space costs in the capital nearing £10,000 a year per employee, ambitious UK startups are increasingly looking for an alternative […]