A guide to the International Festival for Business
What is it?
The summer sees a “must-go-to” festival that’s not to be missed … and there’s always football’s World Cup in Brazil too.
Liverpool is staging the first-ever International Festival for Business (IFB).
Could Windows XP’s demise open window of opportunity?
It would be easy for millions of small firms worldwide to think that the demise of Windows XP has left them up the technological creek without a paddle.
Many of them were left scratching their heads after Microsoft discontinued technical support
Sisters might be ‘doing it for themselves’ but it seems they are not doing it for each other
Women are just as likely to face discrimination in the workplace from other women as they do from men, according to a recent survey by serviced office provider Business Environment.
An independent survey of 1,500 people found that more
Green office = productive employees?
The next time one of your employees complains that they’re too hot, or screen glare is giving them a headache, you might want to take it more seriously.
New research has found that an environmentally-focused workplace leads to greater employee
New City offices for leading serviced office provider Business Environment
Multi-award winning serviced office provider Business Environment has today moved in to new offices at 150 Minories, EC3. The move will enable more efficient operations across a single floor in a more modern office facility.
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City office towers top list of Londoner’s favourite buildings
Writing in the Evening Standard on Friday (4th April) Mayor Boris Johnson conceded that London’s skyline must evolve to accommodate a population that by the end of the decade will have reached 9 million people and by 2030 will have risen to...
Five ways to treat your workers
A happy worker tends to be a more productive worker. With that in mind, how can you ensure your staff come to the office each day with a smile on their face?
A treat courtesy of the boss every now and again is likely to do wonders for morale and doesn’t
Is the office tea run a thing of the past?
According to UK charity, The Royal Voluntary Service, the humble office tea run could soon be a thing of the past. In the frantic world of the office worker, most would say that they simply haven’t the time to make a cuppa for a colleague.
Giving your office the ultimate spring clean
If the state of your personal workspace speaks volume about how organised you are as a person, imagine the impression that an entire office can give about your company.
Daily office mess, disorganised files, a canteen pin board that hasn’t...
Small businesses ‘missing out’ on the benefits of online technology
The internet and new technologies offer a wealth of opportunities to small firms, but many are failing to take advantage and are missing out on economic returns of around £18.8 billion as a result, according to a new report.
The study, which...
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