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Brandon Oliveri-O’Connor, Director of the UK&I, Procore, reveals why there are some positive outcomes from the global pandemic and how it is shaping the future of work.
James Butland, VP Global Banking, Airwallex considers why overseas business is more important in the year of the global pandemic and onwards.
Ronnie Wilson, Group Executive Vice President, Serviceware, helps us navigate the stormy waters of the global crisis and what businesses need to do to limit their ‘casualties’.
Tax-efficient investment platform Wealth Club sees 110% increase in EIS business during lockdown.
Atul Bhakta, CEO of One World Express talks to us about how businesses need to seriously take action to prepare for the new world, post-pandemic.
Nic Redfern, Finance Director at NerdWallet advises UK businesses what to expect post-furlough.
Thirty six percent of respondents said they actually lost customers during the pandemic due to failings in their communications.
Angus Ward, CEO at BearingPoint//Beyond tells us how the disconnect between communication service providers (CSPs) and business customers threatens lucrative future revenues.
Anders la Cour, CEO of Banking Circle discusses SME lending options in the days of the pandemic.
The study finds only 7% of organisations are fully equipping their teams
In our latest contribution Sergei Anikin, CTO at Pipedrive shares his advice on moving your business towards a self-managing agile organisation.
Scott Brothers, Group COO for ONVU Technologies discusses why business transformation is much more than improving your business communication.
“Times of immense tumult can be times of great ingenuity, promise and opportunity.” – Nigel Green
Original equipment manufacturer (OEM) partnerships can be a way for businesses to receive access to new markets, reduce time and development costs and receive personalised services.
In 2014, Suman Kanuganti struck up a friendship with communications expert Matt Brock. Brock was blind and the pair’s conversations about the challenges of blindness gave Kanuganti the idea to develop technology to assist his friend’s condition.