2016 set to bring big changes in B2B marketing

B2B marketers will see some big changes in their industry in the coming year, according to research.

A natural lull or something more concerning?

A disappointing January in terms of global M&A activity will leave many hoping the lull is a reflection of depleted deal pipelines and dealmakers taking a well-deserved holiday, rather than the beginnings of a global downturn

B2B marketers urged to tweak email newsletter approach

A marketing agency has offered some advice on how businesses can get maximum value from their email promotions.

Businesses often unaware of supply chain carbon footprints

Businesses need to clean up their supply chains to keep risk to a minimum.

Supply chain managers expect emerging market growth

Supply chain executives are anticipating further growth in emerging markets this year, according to research.

Is the credit world reinventing itself?

The credit crunch didn’t just enhance banking rules. Coupled with technology, it had a knock-on effect on best practice in all sectors dealing with credit. Focusing on standardisation, we discuss some of the implications.

Procurement managers not ready for Modern Slavery Act, says CIPS

One in five procurement professionals set to be affected by the Modern Slavery Act are unaware of their responsibilities under the legislation, according to research.

Revlon to undergo a "makeover"?

The announcement of MacAndrews & Forbes that it was exploring “strategic alternatives” for its stake in Revlon could bring to a close the 30+ year relationship between the two.

Cyber security rivalling regulation as a concern for banks

PwC has commented on the rise of cyber security as a concern for financial services firms.

Content marketing to 'hit the mainstream' in 2016

Content marketing is expected to become more important and take up more of company budgets in 2016, according to several experts.

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