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Improving user experience or UX is key to maximising your business’ use of technology and competing in an increasingly digital world.
The uptake and use of technology ramped up in 2020 as the COVID-19 effect saw physical interaction limited and businesses increasingly focused on efficiency. Here’s a look at the tech trends that are here to stay and that could offer opportunities for your business in 2021.
With fifty percent of its customer base in EU member states, Candy Hero faced Brexit with understandable trepidation. Enquiring minds and a dynamic approach, however, have helped the business find a solution that delivers long-term benefits.
In this second article exploring the impact of Covid-19, Roland Emmans, Head of Technology, HSBC UK, looks the last of the five groups in the systemic shift – the new contact-free economy.
Whilst no one can say how long the current crisis will last, it is clear that the impacts will be far reaching and society changing.
Azoomee is solving parents’ headaches with its fun, educational and safe learning platform for kids. Co-founder Douglas Lloyd explains how the brand found the funds and made rapid headway into overseas markets from its early days.
Keywords are the words and phrases that people type into search engines to find the product, service or information they're looking for. Using the right ones can ensure your website is listed as near as possible to the top of relevant search results. Here's how to choose the right keywords.
They know their customers inside-out, they’re proud of their product quality and their speed-to-market is remarkable, but Alpkit’s success is also founded on superlative stock management. David Hanney explains why it’s vital to get working capital really working.
In just three years, REDFITS has grown from a start up to become a global company with a multimillion-pound turnover. So, how is the young team preparing for 2019 with the uncertainties of Brexit on the horizon?