In On the Origin of Species Charles Darwin points out that it’s not the strongest or most intelligent of the species that survives, but the one that’s most adaptable to change.
Euro stars: Continental drift
Brexit may have disappeared from the news headlines in recent months but that doesn’t negate the fact that it’s meant firms have had to adapt to continue to trade in what is a huge market on our...
Data protection: All change again
The UK’s data protection regime that came about following the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and the subsequent new Data Protection Act (DPA), is around five years old...
Mind the (tax) gap
With the cost-of-living crisis placing financial pressures on all of us, many individuals and businesses are looking to develop new sources of income or maximise the income that they already receive.
Striking at the heart of business
Strikes are in vogue and it seems that with every week comes either the threat or the call for strike action. The disputes of the last year or so are less than ideal, but the reality is that they’re...
Fitting a quart into a pint pot
The Covid pandemic changed so much. It redefined retail, forced organisations to change working practices, led to the rise of remote working, and proved that technology has a very distinct role to...
Don’t let the bast**ds in
Hardly a day goes by without a warning or headline about scams. Employee frauds, push payment, or errant suppliers short-changing customers, the level of activity is rising, despite the actions of...
There are several routes into the world of print but one, the apprenticeship, can bring the young into an ageing sector and enable businesses to mould recruits to their way of working.