Smaller UK contact centres need to ‘evolve or fail’, according to one of the sector’s leading players. Manchester based allldaypa, the leading contact centre for the SME industry, reports that businesses face a ‘perfect storm’ of market conditions that will cause the profit margins of smaller operators to be wiped out. Reuben Singh, CEO of
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Research from office furniture supplier, DBI Furniture finds 60 per cent of workers don’t think that their employers are catering for their individual needs. Nick Pollitt, managing director of the firm truly believes that a lot more can be done to facilitate the needs of every employee making them feel as comfortable as possible in
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Last July, Matthew Taylor published an independent review (The Taylor Review) into modern working practices, with a particular focus on the rights and responsibilities of employees, along with the freedoms and obligations of employers, in the ‘gig economy’ sector. At the time, Alan Price from Peninsula wrote about what it could mean for small businesses,
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The young rising stars of Direct Sales everyone in the industry should get to know or to follow, to learn from 🙂
Young rising stars in Network Marketing are nominated by the Ambassadors of Network marketing, and our community.
This list is by no means comprehensive. To be eligible, apart from sterling endorsements and a strong track record, we asked that nominees be 35 years young or under and should be growing quickly in popularity or importance.
The rising star shares power, puts the needs of others first and helps people develop and perform as highly as possible.
“With gratitude for your leadership, contribution and service
in elevating the network marketing profession”
Albert Gyeke (US)
Amber Marie Springer (US)
Amy Poepping (US)
Ana Ramirez Murchison (US)
Andres Uscategui (CO)
Anthony Napolitano (US)
Casipe Wrapshell Alderson (US)
Chad Thompson (US)
David Durant (CA)
Garrett Roberts (US)
Gary Kurt McSween (TT)
Gary Van Aswegen (ZA)
Hayden Vavra (US)
Hillary Grossmann (US)
Jason Brown (US)
Jeff Simpson Jr (US)
Jessie Lee Ward (US)
JP Koster (ZA)
Julian Kuschner (US)
Martin Laurent (DE)
Matthew Rosa (US)
Michael Rezek (DO)
Nadine Rummeling (PH)
Pieter Louw (ZA)
Rebecca Garrett (US)
Richard Buettner (CY)
Sashin Govender (ZA)
Scott Higginson (US)
Seville Ko (US)
Steph Wise (CA)
Tayler Schweigert (DE)
Tiffany McCormick (US)
Vintzent van der Linde (ZA)
Whitney Taylor Husband (US)
Yolande Van Der Linde (ZA)
Britain’s family businesses are leaving themselves at considerable risk of failure by not planning appropriately for the impact of certain critical events, research by Legal & General reveals. The insurer’s State of the Nation’s SMEs research found that just 42 per cent of the UK’s family-run businesses had any form of succession planning in place, with
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Artificial Intelligence is creating a revolution in almost every sector, and the traditional industries are being rewritten in the wave. The shape and structure of most of the industries are changing very rapidly by the integration of AI. Different business functions in a company use the technology revolution in varying extents. From mining sector to
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A new study has found that one third of UK office workers admit they only tidy their desks if a boss or client is coming into the office. Almost half (45 per cent) of those questioned said they tidy up because it could lead to a promotion. The research, conducted by office supply specialists Fellowes,
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Approximately 44 per cent of the UK’s exports are shipped to the EU and whilst Brexit may add an air of uncertainty, the reality is that the rest of Europe is still a huge market for UK businesses. If you’re a UK business looking to export your goods to Europe, then in order to showcase
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Time-poor Brits are no longer utilising their daily breaks during the working day to wind down and take time out, according to new research. A survey of 1,000 British adults published by ElectricTobacconist.co.uk as part of the Take a Break Report 2017, reveals almost one in three (30 per cent) Brits take a short break
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We create alliances all the time in business. The relationship with our customers forms the very groundwork for our business. The same is true for our suppliers. Without clients and suppliers, there would be no business. We work on these relationships all the time, in an effort to build strong, long and fruitful alliances. From
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