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Women entrepreneurs revolutionising Scotland’s economy

Women entrepreneurs revolutionising Scotland’s economy

Angela De Souza
Jul 12 '24
Women are significantly changing the economic landscape of Scotland, with organisations like Women’s Enterprise Scotland (WES) and the Women’s Business Club playing pivotal roles in this transformation
Improving the visibility of female entrepreneurs

Improving the visibility of female entrepreneurs

Melissa Snover
Jul 12 '24
It might sound like a statistic from a bygone era, but currently, only 18% of SMEs in the UK are led by women, according to government figures. While this is disappointing, there are also reasons for optimism
Even successful business owners can suffer from imposter syndrome

Even successful business owners can suffer from imposter syndrome

Judith Germain
Jul 11 '24
In this article Judith Germain addresses the ‘dirty secret’ of some of the most successful Business Owners. They have Imposter Syndrome, and it is driving anxiety and fear of success. Discover how to recognise Imposter Syndrome and the steps to take to resolve it
The three big barriers bringing AI to a halt

The three big barriers bringing AI to a halt

Kelly Goss
Jul 11 '24
Lack of funding, education and access to experts are preventing SMEs from implementing effective AI
The changing requirements of a contemporary workplace culture

The changing requirements of a contemporary workplace culture: Understanding the impact of a major generational shift

Dr. Lynda Folan
Jul 10 '24
In the past five years, there has been a significant shift in the generational balance in the workplace. Millennials are now the dominant generation in the workplace, and Gen Zs are a rapidly growing part of the workforce
Global market trends in venture-backed businesses

Global market trends in venture-backed businesses

Dax Grant
Jul 10 '24
Key trends and regional differences that influence venture-backed business growth in the UK, Europe, the US, and the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region
How do you grow and nurture talent in your business

How do you grow and nurture talent in your business? 

Latifa Yedroudj
Jul 9 '24
Mentoring is one of the many ways companies can develop internal talent
Are you listening?

Are you listening? This is what happens to your business when you actively listen

Kerrie Dorman
Jul 9 '24
There are copious amounts of content and noise around having ‘good’ communication skills and how important it is for business owners and leaders to be good communicators. Listening tends to be the key communication skill. It’s where it all starts. But what does that mean?
The future of work is like a doughnut

The future of work is like a doughnut

Charlie Rogers
Jul 9 '24
Not the jam-in-the-centre kind we’re accustomed to from the local supermarket. But, more the pink hole-in-the-middle sort from across the pond
How can SMEs best address the threat of bribery and corruption

How can SMEs best address the threat of bribery and corruption?

Jason Piper
Jul 8 '24
Bribery and corruption impacts SMEs across the world, highlighting the need for transparency and strong regulatory frameworks
How businesses can recover from reputational crises

From outrage to integrity: How businesses can recover from reputational crises 

David Ross
Jul 8 '24
Reputational crises can be positively overcome depending on how proactively and sincerely issues are responded to and strategically managed 
The invisible health challenges of running your own business

The invisible health challenges of running your own business

Emily Coltman
Jul 8 '24
Running your own business can be a rewarding experience, offering freedom and flexibility. However, the day-to-day pressures of working for yourself can be daunting