Going on any kind of trip—let alone a business trip—requires a lot of preparation. Business trips are taken for the sake of your career, whether to attend a conference, negotiate deals, or even scope places out for business purposes.
As a CEO you are always conscious of the arrow of disruption heading towards your business, and if you’re lucky you will see it before it’s too late.
Bolt, a leading European on-demand transportation platform and strong rival to Uber, recently launched a dedicated environmental impact fund with seed capital of €10 million aimed at initiatives which deliver global social and environmental…
Almost all CEOs have a set a purpose for their organisation, but their commitment to and use of it varies considerably from company to company.
A strong exhibition stand is always going to be a good driver for business, so it’s important to make it as attractive as possible.
Corporations apologise a lot nowadays. But they aren’t always sorry. Social media is the main driver behind this behaviour.
Surprisingly, there are hundreds of huge companies out there, valued in the billions, yet making zero profits, or in some cases losses.
Working in an organised, clean, and tidy place can really help promote productivity. It makes finding what you need easier and ensures that you don’t waste time looking for that important document.
Imagine finding yourself in that lucky situation where you have two equally ideal candidates for an important position in your organization.