Many business leaders are not actually aware of what they’re spending their dedicated marketing budgets on, with over 1 in 3 (35%) unsure whether their marketing budget has increased or decreased in the last financial year, according to a new survey.
With more than half a million new businesses being created across the country each year, Studio Graphene has commissioned an independent survey among over 2,000 UK adults to find out just how many people harbour ambitions to start their own company.
Organisations’ fears that inability to deliver an agile workspace will have a significant impact on their business competitiveness and ability to attract and retain staff, according to new research.
The World Economic Forum has issued a report stating that over the next decade AI could create almost double the number of jobs that it will destroy.
Speaking at Tech. brought to you by Retail Week and World Retail Congress, Colin Light, Digital Consulting Leader at PwC, reveals how leadership needs to change, and how leaders are ditching the five year plan to look to three years ahead, as digital transformation changes the nature of leadership.
Some of the UK’s biggest digital bands including Snap, Vouchercloud, Awin, Found, Adobe and Boohoo are joining forces as part of a new initiative to encourage more young people to investigate digital.
Office workers believe tech integration improves working conditions, efficiency and communication with co-workers, according to a new survey.
More than half of organisations say that a fixation on transformation is raising risk of wasteful projects, as 86 percent see next 12 months as a critical period for businesses, according to new research.
Recruitment is an important part of any business and getting the balance between a higher paid experienced starter or the cost of training a graduate is crucial. New research looks into which candidates would be more beneficial to your company, highlighting resources such as training, and job expectancy in the IT and Media industry.
Internet searches are showing a growing fear among people that fear robots will negatively transform the workplace.
As businesses strive to meet the needs of today’s digitally empowered consumer there is a gap between businesses knowing what drives digital effectiveness and current digital practices, according to new research.
Companies which already have an online presence are beefing up their marketing strategies, and the rest are rapidly moderating their business models to ensure compatibility with a promptly evolving digital world.
Half of marketers (49%) have not received training in the key skills they believe are essential to their career progression and future in the industry, according to new research.
Artificial Intelligence could create around 7.2m jobs in the UK over the next 20 years, essentially cancelling out potential job losses, according to a new study.
Lack of direction behind digital transformation is costing retailers dearly, as almost three quarters (74 per cent) admit to undertaking projects not linked to the overarching business strategy.
Despite huge investments in digital transformation initiatives, organisations today feel less equipped with the right leadership qualities to advance their digital transformation as they did six years ago, according to new research.
Integrating search and social channels has emerged as the biggest challenge for advertisers globally in 2018.
Jobs in science, tech, engineering and maths (STEM) are expected to grow at double the rate of other occupations, creating 142,000 jobs between now and 2023, according to new research.
The biggest creator of AI-related jobs is Imperial College London, with its recruitment drive accounting for 7.4% of all AI vacancies, as universities dominate recruitment in the sector, according to new research.
Nearly nine in ten (89%) UK marketers are now managing international marketing campaigns, 55% across Europe and an additional 14% further afield, but only 11% of marketers have local marketing teams in overseas markets, according to new research.