The 2018 Autumn Budget, taking place this Monday (29 October), marks the Government’s last major fiscal statement before the UK’s departure from the European Union in March 2019. With the Brexit deadline looming, this budget has evoked much speculation about the reforms that could be announced to concerning the property market.
When it comes to business objectives, a key goal at the forefront of any entrepreneur’s mind is maintaining consistent growth. This requires being on the lookout for scale-up opportunities.
Change is hard, and organizational transformations are among the hardest change endeavors. Only a few out of the very many companies that try to change dosucceed.
The UK boasts some of the world’s most ambitious and innovative startups, leading disruptive trends across a variety of different industries. The numbers are impressive – 589,000 new businesses were created in 2017, and 3.5 million companies in total have been launched in the past five years.
Out of the five major challenges facing the world today only one is not related to climate change, according to 750 experts. Those challenges include extreme weather events, water crises, major natural disasters and failure in climate-change
Economic sanctions are means to an end. Oftentimes their objective is to induce a change in the behavior of a foreign government state. In modern history, those sanctions are often used by Western powers (through the United Nations)
As far as executive saloons go, the Audi A6 became one of the cars shaping the entire segment. The new generation that surfaced in the first weeks of 2018 continued with the recent trend of focusing on the saloon segment.
There have been many theories about leadership, but not a single unified framework. Some theories attribute success in leadership to individual traits, whereas others focus more on how suitable the leader’s style is to the situation
Apple was the first company to reach $1 trillion in valuation recently. Shortly after, Amazon managed to reach the same record high valuation historically. Other technology companies are not far behind, with Microsoft Corp at $870 billion
Traditional lenders such as high street banks are seeing parts of their business model change following the rise of alternative finance. As well as shaking up the finance space, alternative finance companies like peer-to-peer (P2P) lenders