Fighting CFO burnout

Burnout

Brexit, big data and global business pressures are taking their toll on chief financial officers

Will Brexit leave the UK prey to business fraud?

Brexit fraud threat

Fraud flourishes amid uncertainty, raising concerns for businesses staring down the barrel of Brexit

Can agile principles help business cope with Brexit?

Agile values and principles could help businesses fend-off the worst the world has to throw at them. With the mother of all unknowns looming large, how can agility help companies adapt?

Why people don’t vote

A voter leaves a polling station after casting his vote in the general election at St Giles Church in London, U.K., on Thursday, June 8, 2017. Britons vote today after an election dominated by Brexit, austerity and in the closing phases, security. Photographer: Luke MacGregor/Bloomberg via Getty Images

A large chunk of the UK public choose not to vote in political elections. We reveal five reasons why this might be the case

Brexit for business: what you can and cannot control

The ongoing uncertainties surrounding Britain's impending exit from the European Union have raised important questions for businesses trying to future-proof operations and supply chains, but some things are simply out of a decision-maker's control...

Is low FX volatility the quiet before the storm?

Analysts predict what lies ahead for foreign exchange markets in the coming months, following an unusually calm period of low volatility

What will Brexit mean for EU VAT refunds?

Prolonged uncertainty over Brexit has thrown UK businesses into turmoil over future corporate tax arrangements, notably VAT refunds from European Union trading partners

The rise of new consumer tribes

When consumption patterns can no longer be defined by traditional factors, such as age, gender or location, consumer tribes grouped by their collective common behaviours and interests begin to emerge. But what does this mean for the modern marketer?