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Billed as a ‘Budget for growth’ by the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Jeremy Hunt, the spring Budget of 2023 aimed to raise confidence in the economic outlook for the remainder of 2023 and beyond among business leaders and employers. But did it achieve its objectives?
Supply chains have always relied heavily on data. Whether it’s Fast Moving Consumer Goods, manufacturing, engineering, construction, biochemistry, farming, product design or recruitment, the supply chain in its various guises is critical, and it is information that keeps them moving along. Bad data equals an inefficient supply chain.
It’s no secret that 2022 has been a tumultuous year. Three prime ministers, a cost-of-living crisis fueled by war in Europe, and public sector strikes seemingly on every street corner. For many, the economic and social challenges have led to job losses, or in some cases simply stagnation.
Changing social standings meant changing attitudes, which in the world of marketing means a very close eye must be kept on campaigns. Ill-timed information and misplaced messaging can soon get people’s backs up and, ultimately, tarnish a hard-earned reputation.
More and more people are choosing to stay on past retirement age, and many school leavers are opting not to go to university and are instead turning to full-time employment. That’s not only a big age gap, but a social, experiential gap too.
With talk of recession looming on the horizon, as a business owner it can be easy to feel out of control.
Understandably many concerns will be financial, whether that be how your bills may be affected by the surging cost of living or considering if you’ll need to raise salaries.
The reality is that fluctuation is a normal part of any business, there will always be elements outside of your control. But it's how you handle what you can control, that will make all the difference in the long run.
Long before the pandemic, some companies were toying with the idea of introducing shortened work weeks. Some started implementing “half Fridays” whilst others brought in four-day work weeks (also known as the 32-hour schedule) in trailblazers Germany, Sweden and Denmark.
The future of marketing is evolving rapidly, forcing marketers to find ways to constantly appeal to the tastes of consumers. Here’s what you need to know.
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