'A new lockdown will be far worse for businesses' Posted on Saturday October 31, 2020
Several entrepreneurs tell the BBC what is at stake, for their industry and wider society.
'Millions face hardship' as government support ends Posted on Friday October 30, 2020
Renters and the self employed could be among those facing tough times this winter, charities warn.
Eurozone bounces back to economic growth Posted on Friday October 30, 2020
The region saw 12.7% growth from July to September but GDP is still smaller than before the pandemic.
House prices climb to record high, says Nationwide Posted on Friday October 30, 2020
House prices rise at their fastest rate for five years as buyers race to avoid paying stamp duty.
NatWest warns of 'challenging times' amid surprise profit Posted on Friday October 30, 2020
Bank posted a £355m profit before tax for July to September even though analysts expected a loss.
Furlough: ‘In limbo’ or ‘one long garden party'? Posted on Friday October 30, 2020
Furlough was a welcome holiday for some but for others it was a long and anxious waiting game.
'Furlough pay should be kept at 80% of our salaries' Posted on Thursday October 29, 2020
Workers facing new lockdowns: "We need furlough pay to be kept at 80% of our salaries."
Covid: What impact has the furlough scheme had? Posted on Friday October 30, 2020
As the furlough scheme draws to a close, how much did it cost and did it achieve its aims?
Job Support Scheme: How do new post-furlough changes work? Posted on Thursday October 29, 2020
The government has expanded its Job Support Scheme, which replaces furlough from November.
‘It’s all about survival now' Posted on Tuesday October 27, 2020
How are Tottenham residents coping after the area had one of the highest furlough rates in London?
Business and Management Faculty webinars and events Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
View our upcoming webinars and events.
How to handle making people redundant Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
Managing the difficult situation of redundancy
Doing fast fashion sustainably Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
Fast fashion presents a rare success story amid the UK’s tricky retail climate. Lucy Douglas explores how retailers maintain profitability despite sustainability concerns.
Webinar resources Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
Thank you for registering on to the Business and Management Faculty's webinar, Supply chain assurance in the retail sector, broadcast on 20 October 2020.
Supply chain assurance in the retail sector Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
Abigail Harper talks through a risk-based approach to providing supply chain assurance within the retail sector.
How to start your own business Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
Tips from experienced pros on how to go it alone
Salary survey 2020 Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
Looking at salaries in the Finance sector in 2020
Healthy body, healthy mind Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
How to keep healthy to solve your problems at work
Adjust to the new world of work Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
Five tips to successfully and productively work from home
Tourism in the UK - post covid Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
How UK tourism should respond to lockdown lifting
Brexit: the challenges at the border for UK businesses trading with Europe Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
Challenges facing UK businesses trade with Europe
Brexit eye - October 2020 Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
How to get trade talks going again
Sector focus – Hospitality Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
We look at the hospitality sector during Covid-19
How to make meetings work Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
Make the most of meetings with colleagues at the office and home
Common online frauds and how to avoid them Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
A timely update on common online frauds you might encounter in your professional and personal lives, along with some practical tips on how to spot and avoid them.
Meet the BAM Board: Will Holt Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
Meet the Dean of Pearson Business School, our latest Board member
COVID-19: Six actions for finance professionals on cash flow Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
12 October 2020: How to get cash flowing into your business (COVID-19). This guide, created by the ICAEW Business and Management Faculty, shares six practical actions finance professionals may wish to consider when considering cashflow to support their businesses through the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.
Special Report 68: Commercial Insight Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
This month's special report explores how to be more commercial to add value and generate profit for your firm.
Brexit: Issues affecting business Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
A round-up of Brexit issues to be concerned about.
Decision making under uncertainty Posted on Thursday January 01, 1970
How to make the most of the different ways in which people make decisions.
Panorama: Young people and the futures of the ‘Covid Generation’ Posted on Monday October 26, 2020
23-year-old Rasheed lost his fully funded place on a pilots training course due to the pandemic.
Waiting more than 170 days for cruise refund Posted on Friday October 16, 2020
Cruise customers say they have been waiting more than six months for refunds for cancelled holidays.
Coronavirus: Turkey farmers worried over downsized Christmas dinners Posted on Sunday October 11, 2020
Turkey farmers are concerned the 'rule of six' will lead to downsized Christmas dinners.
First women-only tailor’s shopfront opens on Savile Row Posted on Friday October 09, 2020
Savile Row has been known for delivering high quality men’s tailoring for more than 200 years. But things are now changing.
Jamie Oliver warns against lowering food standards post-Brexit Posted on Friday October 09, 2020
Jamie Oliver has accused the government of using "back door" secondary legislation to avoid scrutiny of post-Brexit food standards.
Mohsin Issa: Asda and EG have shared northern values Posted on Friday October 02, 2020
EG Group bosses told staff today that petrol station owner EG Group and Asda will remain separate.
Covid-19: Working from India's beaches and mountains during the pandemic Posted on Saturday October 03, 2020
Many Indian professionals have been working from home, but some have taken the concept a step further.
China's robot taxis: Would you ride in one? Posted on Friday October 02, 2020
Driverless taxis are now available in China’s biggest city, Shanghai. The BBC took a ride.
Hydrogen-powered train makes UK maiden journey Posted on Wednesday September 30, 2020
The Hydroflex made a 25-mile round-trip in Warwickshire, reaching speeds of up to 50 mph.
Birmingham mum turns to pedal power in lockdown deliveries Posted on Tuesday September 29, 2020
Jas Sandhu had planned to create a business delivering food to office staff until lockdown arrived.