Looking at the funding requirements of a small business from a more all-encompassing viewpoint.
Becoming an Authorised Economic Operator - Will that provide a smoother passage?
As businesses review post Brexit scenarios one of the questions that arises is whether they should seek to become an Authorised Economic Operator (AEO).
The Threat of Cyber Crime
It is vital for organisations, of all kinds, to be aware of, and safeguard against, cyber risks. The Development Zone’s course of the month for May is ‘Introducing Cyber Risks’, which provides an accessible introduction to the threats businesses face in the digital age. Moreover, it provides helpful steps to ensure that you have appropriate measures in place to protect your data and systems.
Launch of new training facility at RWA Central Office
RWA launches its new training facility with a 'GDPR for Small Businesses' training course.
An interview with RWA Business Manager, Carol Jenkins
RWA Business Manager, Carol Jenkins, discusses her professional experiences and positive views on where the industry is heading.
Segmentation, targeting and positioning – it’s about quality, not quantity.
One of the most important steps in the development of a marketing strategy is the process of segmentation, targeting and positioning, or STP for short.
RWA joins trade mission to Ireland
RWA joins trade mission to better understand the opportunities available to UK businesses in cross-border trade.
Counting the cost of non-compliance
G… D… P… R… Four letters that are nigh-on guaranteed to elicit a wide range of responses, depending upon the state of readiness of an organisation.
However, while much focus has been applied to fines, what may not have been considered are the potential commercial losses should data protection preparations not meet stakeholder requirements.