How confident is the residential care sector in business growth, providing quality care, managing costs, staff recruitment and the use of technology?
Unlock the sector with potential delivery of 15,000 new homes per year.
What are some of the pain points in the current claims management process? And how are insurers innovating for the future?
Our Industry and Regional Heads share their views on the outlook for businesses across different sectors in 2017.
Resilient mood among UK manufacturers has been found in this year’s Annual Manufacturing Report.
Retailers are optimistic that they will achieve a positive result in their biggest sales period, with most anticipating increased trading across the wider Christmas season.
Hear from NASA on risk management and leadership techniques, plus experts from across the financial services industry discussing how blockchain and FinTech start-ups are disrupting the sector.
How can digital technologies help charities to engage with their donor base, respond to changes in the donations landscape, and improve their operating models?
Energy efficiency and resilience continue to be pressing issues for UK manufacturing. Have manufacturers invested enough to solve the energy trilemma and increase their energy resilience in future?
Explore how British retailers can turn various disruptions into a strategic advantage.
Greater optimism appear in the logitics sector with the Confidence Index has risen for the first time after four successive drops.
Hear from industry leaders on the key factors impacting financial services, including the macro-economy, structural reform, product innovation and FinTech disruption.
The pop-up sector is a growing and lucrative market. But to what extent do pop-up shops benefit businesses? Our article looks at the advantages and challenges that come with this culture of the temporary.
Identifying the forces shaping retailers’ supply chains and exploring how to make them more efficient.
We examine key findings from five years of research in partnership with Knight Frank, Pinsent Masons and Caring Times, based on insight from care home providers. Issues of importance include homecare, dementia, frailty, and strain on the NHS, as well as staffing costs and fee cuts. How have such challenges affected care home providers over the last five years?
The media industry has changed significantly over the past 30 years, with technology, fragmentation and disruption at unprecedented levels. But what do senior leaders in the film, TV, VFX, music, radio, news publishing, advertising and mobile sectors predict for the next 30 years?
At our recent event, we looked in depth at disruption and innovation in the financial services sector, exploring what both smaller and bigger financial services companies need to be thinking about to remain competitive.
The rise of review sites has been a disruptive force within the hospitality industry over the past decade and will continue to be. Our report explores what more the industry can do to capitalise on this opportunity.
Learn about how investors can make objective financial decisions that generate sustainable returns, and find out more the recent tax developments impacting the investment management industry.
Predictive analytics can promote better insurance claims servicing and even prevent claims from arising in the first place. Learn more about the future digital claims model and how it can increase efficiency.
As insurance companies look to maintain their competitive advantage and increase customer loyalty, one particular challenge they face is in claims management. Find out how behavioural economics can help.
Find out the current investment trends and future opportunities in robotic automation for British manufacturers and the impact robotics could have on manufacturing.
The companies on this year’s league table increased their sales by an average of 86% to a total of £2.4bn. The emergence of 47 new companies on this year’s league table is an indication of the sustained growth within the technology, media and telecoms sector.
Our High Growth Tech research, which questioned owners and CEOs of UK Tech firms, has revealed that many of the industry’s bright lights are feeling confident about delivering a stellar year of growth in 2015.
The food and drink industry is the UK’s largest manufacturing sector. Our latest report explores some of the opportunities and challenges facing the industry today.
We analyse the European Commission’s flagship initiative for financial services, aiming to rebalance financial intermediation away from bank finance towards capital markets. This may mean a renewed focus on economic growth, which is a prerequisite for maintaining stability.
By 2018, the number of orders generated from online purchases is expected to grow to over 1.35bn – an increase of 28.8% on 2013. In an increasingly competitive delivery market, this report explores the relationship between consumers, retailers and logistics providers, as well as their predictions for the future.
Retailers face a range of complex challenges when managing their supply chains, as they seek to maintain margins and quality, whilst protecting their overall brand image. Yet effective supply chain management can be a source of competitive advantage for UK retailers. Agent Provocateur and Brora share their approaches.
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