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After a long winter lockdown the nation’s mood is finally starting to lighten, as the vaccine roll-out proceeds at pace and as the process of easing restrictions gets underway. Assuming that the vaccines remain effective, then the UK can look forward to a strong economic revival during the summer months. This will bring both challenges and opportunities for businesses, explains Mark Berrisford-Smith, Head of Economics for HSBC UK, Commercial Banking.
DiamondAir’s sustainability policy has evolved from ticking a box to a value that’s firmly embedded in the business. Founder, Christina Lawford, explains how and why.
Launched in March 2020, Wild’s sustainable, natural deodorant taps into the growing demand for sustainable solutions that perform just as well as mainstream products but let people feel good about the difference they’re making.
2020 was a year like no other. As we move into 2021, we look at what challenges businesses will face and where any opportunities may lie.
Over three-quarters of UK CEOs say the pandemic has accelerated the digitisation of operations and the creation of a next-generation operating model. That’s according to the results of our recent CEO Outlook pulse survey. It includes responses from 50 UK CEOs, providing a glimpse of how COVID-19 has changed their priorities.
COVID-19 has accelerated digital transformation and the demand for cloud automation and AI technologies.
Report looking at the impact COVID-19 has had on global consumer behaviours
Although many businesses are still reeling from the impact of COVID-19, there are those with an eye on opportunity. Brandon Bichler, Partner at Elixirr, explains why all businesses need to think about growth so they don’t get left behind.
In the wake of a global pandemic, why should business leaders put sustainability high on their agendas? Here are five good reasons…