To help you understand the implications of doing business with the UK since the recent EU Referendum, we’re offering our customers a complementary UK Country Insight Snapshot report.
In this short video, Jaspreet Sehmi, Senior Economist at Dun & Bradstreet, analyses the largely negative global impact of Brexit on business confidence and future economic growth.
The growth of human trafficking is often attributed to a widespread lack of awareness, which means fewer criminals get caught.
Ten Key Risks Facing Businesses in a Globalised World
Our UK Q1 Quarterly Industry Report 2016 reviews the economic UK outlook.
Insights and Implications for Organisations Aspiring to be Analytically Driven. How important are analytics in driving opportunities for your company?
It's a question more and more organisations are asking themselves as they struggle to transform their data into actionable insights in order to drive growth. And while businesses of all shapes and sizes aspire to be analytically driven, most are not sure what that looks like.
In our 2016 Enterprise Analytics Study, we explore the state of analytics maturity across today's leading organisations and uncover some of the common challenges teams are facing in their quest to use data and analytics to deliver a competitive advantage.
Data Driven Decision Making - What is it and why Should I Practice it?
Reports | Whitepapers
The Quarterly Short-term Economic Survey of Principal Enterprise in Japan (Tankan), released by the Bank of Japan at the end of 2015, reported that the diffusion indexes reflecting business confidence in the Japanese economy had stabilised thanks to the support of domestic demand, but that business confidence for the future is down at both large and small to medium enterprises.
As a B2B Marketer, you’re responsible for a lot. You’re on the hook for more than just moving prospects through the funnel and delivering leads to sales.
The importance of oil prices to businesses cannot be understated, and neither can the planning difficulties created by their volatility