Just as the UK appeared to be emerging from a catastrophic two-years of uncertainty due to the pandemic, small businesses are now being bombarded with new challenges.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced a series of measures aimed at offsetting the increased cost of living in the UK
The events of the last couple of years have caused a lot of people to pause, take stock and re-evaluate their priorities when it comes to their lives and their businesses.
By now you may have noticed the surging interest and craze over NFTs – no doubt popularised by the record-breaking auction sale in May 2021
In her March column for Elite Business, Karen Holden advises bosses on how to approach the on-going crisis in Ukraine, with regards to their employees, supply chains and general disruption.
With continued uncertainties a running theme throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the relationship between traditional retailing, ecommerce and customer service has seen new developments.
Earlier this month, the much awaited Levelling Up report was unveiled, outlining policies to help ‘put an end to the geographical inequality which is such a striking feature of the UK’.
We are now - hopefully - reaching a point where we can talk, positively and seriously, at last about recovery from the pandemic.
When it comes to giving businesses the confidence to take risks and grow, private enterprises and governments need to find more ways to connect SMEs to the information and technology they need to thrive.
Since its launch nearly two decades ago, Facebook has become a media giant like no other - stretching to every corner of the globe and counting more than half of the entire population as users.