October’s monthly round up.

How do you give feedback that your employee can really use? Can anyone find your business on digital map platforms? Can your smart phone relieve your stress? We have rounded up some fascinating stories from October to help you understand what’s occurring in the business landscape.

In the digital age, making your business visible to as many potential customers as possible is common sense. Letting people know who you are, what you do, and where they can find you is essential, too. If you haven’t already done so, you should be thinking of listing your business on mapping platforms.

read more at Brighter Business

Creating feedback that is truly useful requires more care and attention than is typically invested. How do you give feedback that helps someone learn and improve? This strategic developmental feedback requires careful thought and insightful construction.

read more at HBR

Business travel may seem luxurious for those who don’t get to do it often, but it can also be physically draining and challenging. Here are seven hacks for a successful business trip.

read more at Business Advice

Life in 2017 can be demanding, so it’s important to make time for yourself to reduce your stress levels. You might not think it, but your smartphone can be a great tool when you’re looking for help to relax.

read more at Small Business

Supplying energy to remote villages in the developing world, or hard-to-reach islands in the Bristol Channel, is no easy task – but British companies are finding some incredible ways to do so.

read more at The Guardian