Saturday, October 11, 2014
Tuesday, September 23, 2014
Miliband has made the case for raising the minimum wage by stating that one in five workers are classed as 'low paid' as they earn less than £7.71 an hour.
Friday, March 14, 2014
Wednesday, February 19, 2014
Social media marketing is all about promoting a brand, product, website or person on social media networks. It is also about building up an online presence, an online brand, an online followers’ base & an online reputation, so that people start recognizing your brand.
This stage in the customers’ purchase journeys is called the ‘awareness stage’, when people are interested in learning the facts and features about new products, services and promotions).
Friday, January 17, 2014
This is the process where you get web links for your business out to as many sites as you can. This is not only going to get more people to see your links, but it will also get the search engines to notice you quicker. In the end, you are killing two birds with one stone!
Posted by BusinessOnline at 5:58 AM
Wednesday, December 11, 2013
Almost half of high-street retailers report that their sales have gone up since this time last year, while just over ten percent said their receipts are down.
Posted by LParker at 4:58 AM
Friday, November 15, 2013
Tumblr was created by one man and it was his close relationship with the development of the site that helped keep it personal and user friendly.
Will the buyout ensure that the original use and purpose of the site is maintained, or will there be big changes?
Tuesday, October 15, 2013
By offering degree-level qualifications for training in the retail and catering sectors, companies such as McDonald’s, KFC and now Asda risk making a mockery of both education and themselves.
Posted by LParker at 5:27 AM
Tuesday, September 17, 2013
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Thursday, August 22, 2013
The John Lewis mutual partnership was previously held up as a the zenith of progressive business models, where profits were shared among staff, albeit very unevenly.
Posted by LParker at 6:32 AM
Friday, July 26, 2013
The latest of these is YPlan, a last-minute ticket booking app created by a London start-up, which has just secured £8m in investments to expand to the US.
Posted by LParker at 5:22 AM
Wednesday, July 17, 2013
Growth has been so fast that service sector firms are experiencing the biggest work backlogs since 2007. But despite hiring more people, the inability to cope with demand most likely stems from a lack of confidence in the economy as a whole.
Posted by LParker at 2:00 AM
Monday, July 01, 2013
A new study by the Booksellers Association has found that two thirds of people scout for products in shops before heading home to buy online. The process, known as showrooming, is harmful to bricks and mortars retailers, who have higher overhead costs which are passed on to customers.
Posted by LParker at 3:51 AM
Monday, June 17, 2013
First off, and perhaps most important, it means the Silvertown Quays area will get a pretty serious makeover. As the centre of London expands, new business districts have emerged in areas such as Stratford & North Greenwich, the current site of the O2 arena. The Mayor claims it will create 9,000 jobs when work begins in 2015.
Posted by LParker at 3:07 AM
Monday, June 03, 2013
According to London free paper City AM, Tom Gearing’s wine business is soaring after he fell at the last hurdle to become Alan Sugar’s business partner.
Going on the Apprentice may sound like a good idea after a few pints, but it's hardly a sound PR move for many candidates, who are usually selected for their hatefulness.
Posted by LParker at 7:32 AM