The future of the UK’s SMEs could be threatened if the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) is introduced.
TTIP would bring benefits to big business, but SMEs seem set to lose out. 345 more words
Businesses are being advised to check their accounts regularly to identify errors and fraudulent acts that could potentially harm their business.
It comes after a new report produced by the Centre for Counter Fraud Studies at the University of Portsmouth uncovered an increase in the amount of fraud and error found within UK businesses and the public sector during the last year. 256 more words
The manufacturing industry is a huge part of the business market. There is a lot to manufacture from food to clothes to shoes to phones to computers to appliances to furniture and many more. 417 more words
Reducing risk: how do you increase business resilience? Do you relocate your people to maintain key operations? http://www.news.com.au/national/siege-at-sydneys-lindt-cafe-martin-place-long-identified-as-a-terrorist-target/story-fncynjr2-1227156341960
The recent siege at Martin place, in Sydney’s CBD caused several surrounding businesses to close operations during the siege. 542 more words
The ways companies respond to emergencies are as varied as the types of incidents that can disrupt operations. But a key feature of effective response efforts that emerged during a recent gathering of supply chain risk experts organized by MIT CTL is aligning the company’s reaction to the scale of the disruption. 601 more words