From tech firms to film, we celebrate three influential businesswomen for International Women’s Day 2019.
These days, it’s not enough to just rely on your website. You need a bigger web presence: enter the world of social media. With Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest and many more potential platforms available, there are so many ways to tap into a larger audience. In this new Retail Radar Q&A post, we show you some industry tips and tricks for doing just that.
It’s a well-known fact that business have to evolve in order to keep going. Here are three examples of brands that did just that – and some of them may surprise.
Recognising their ”unique position” to connect users with support workers, and reiterating their goal of creating ”a safe community on and off Facebook”, the social media site are building on earlier efforts to tackle suicide-related posts, starting with tests in the US.
Independent branded business valuation consultancy, Brand Finance, has revealed 2017’s 500 most valuable brands. From Dell to Delta and BBC to KFC, these are the companies that are making their mark on the world.
We’ve touched on the importance of gaming before in previous articles. Now we’re thinking bigger: how is the evolution of gaming affecting the retail sphere?