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We’ve highlighted some inspiring events you might want to attend in Lancashire and beyond this Global Entrepreneurship Week (13th-19th November).
Hayley Caine of Selling Made Easier, a Boost & Co partner, looks at ways Lancashire business owners can improve performance by thinking about selling in a different way.
Wendy Bowers, director of training and mentoring company Role, discusses the importance of female role models in the business world and previews the Oysters and Pearls event which aims to inspire women who’ve lacked female role models.
Dave Hopkins from the government’s Intellectual Property Office (IPO) offers ten top tips for how Lancashire businesses can get the most from their intellectual property (IP).
Remsol recently became an accredited Living Wage Employer. That means their lowest paid members of staff will now earn at least £8.45 an hour – the rate that the Living Wage Foundation says is the amount people really need in order to live.
As part of HM Network’s regular series of GDPR countdown blogs, Director Martin McAleer explores the effect of the regulation updates on financial services companies.
From bedroom start-ups to manufacturers and fast growth tech companies, SMEs are key to driving and growing Lancashire’s economy.
As we continue our countdown to the introduction of GDPR, Chris Hunter of HM Network focuses on what steps businesses can take to address their biggest data risk – their staff.
As part of his regular blog counting down to the introduction of the General Data Protection Review (GDPR), Chris Hunter of HM Network compares feelings towards GDPR to those from the 1990s when Food Hygiene legislation was brought in.