In 2001, the acronym BRIC entered the popular vocabulary to recognise the burgeoning potential of the emerging economies of Brazil, Russia, India and China.
Radio 4 is joining forces with Jim O’Neill, the economist credited with coining the term BRIC, and running a series of programmes asking - where next for the world economy? visit http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b03pn2h6/episodes/guide for info on the programes or search Radio 4 MINT - the next economic giants
The ASA has upheld complaints regarding Twitter where the nature of the relationship between an individual and marketer has not been made clear or when an ad has not been obviously identifiable as such.
Example of regulatory codes chasing to catch up with technology and business behaviours.
Analysis - Importing the metropolitan revolution 4th Nov. An alternative approach to monetory policy... how following structural change from the fall of the oil industry and pre recession consumption based economy drove the area of Denver in the US to revisit the fundamentals of strong economicy growth - and how the UK is also trying to use similar tactics.
Listened to this on the way home from class last night, interesting. The quantitative easing one from 21st Oct also has content that is relevant.
Foreign-owned companies generate more than a quarter of UK growth, despite only making up 1pc of total businesses in the UK, official data show.
Interesting, but just scratching the surface leaving me with more questions than it answers. I would like to have seen it segmented by at least company size so that you could start to consider the reasons behind the apparent trend.
Ryanair is to hire its first ever marketing director in an attempt to improve perception of its brand as the airline looks to improve its customer service.
The interesting part of this article is that they are actaully going to be making changes based on customer feedback - without that all the communications strategy in the world will still find it difficult to shift current perceptions.
The Department for Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS) is the department for economic growth. The department invests in skills and education to promote trade, boost innovation and help people to start and grow a business.
Scroll down web page to see examples of how the deparment supports government policies to stimulate and promote business activity.
The evolution of digital technology presents opportunities and threats for all businesses. In this video, McKinsey director Paul Willmott explains how companies can successfully transition to becoming digital enterprises.
The key really is that it cannot be left to just one part of the organisation, it needs to be an integrated approach across all functions to be truly successful.
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