Background Capital One is one of the top six credit card issuers in the UK, employing around 800 employees out of its Nottingham base. At the start of 2011, Brian Cole, the CEO, launched his long-term Vision for the company. The strategy was called “Let’s Make Lives Better” and focused on four main goals – […]
British Gas was once government-owned and seen by the British public as a ‘national treasure’. Since privatisation of the energy industry in 1986, market competition has grown along with increasingly informed and savvy consumers of energy. British Gas has been on a pretty steep learning curve and that curve has not always been smooth. Download […]
ELEXON are a not for profit company delivering the Balancing and Settlement Code (BSC) which is critical to the successful operation of Great Britain’s electricity trading arrangements.
Everest has become one of the most recognised home improvement companies in the UK. The current economic climate has taken it’s toll on the home improvement market, and in 2008 the company recognised the need to ensure the business was in the best possible shape to deal with the tough trading conditions.
Background E.ON is a vertically integrated global energy company. Powergen was the UK retail arm of E.ON, and aimed to be a modern, retail energy company with customers at its heart. This is a far cry from the nationalised utility company of old. Since de-regulation the energy industry has become an incredibly competitive market, suffering […]