The level of demand has seen the product sell out in 950 stores
Customer satisfaction and transparency are what make a company a genuine 'going concern', but to build trust we would benefit from an additional, wider, definition of 'going concern' that is not confined to financials alone.
The Institute's latest conference produced debate on how organisations can develop game-changing strategies in an increasingly unpredictable environment. But are organisations learning from others' mistakes and what should they be doing?
A new report from The Institute reveals that Macmillan has secured top spot amongst UK charities, based on the experiences consumers have in their interactions with UK charities.
The Institute of Customer Service's evidence to the APPG for Education Inquiry: Do schools prepare young people for their future careers?
Institute evidence to the Culture, Media and Sport Committee inquiry - Cyber security: Protection of personal data
Institute of Customer Service response to Financial Conduct Authority consultation CP15/41: Increasing transparency and engagement at renewal in general insurance markets
Much of the debate following the budget has focused on whether the government has struck the right balance between stimulating growth and controlling the deficit, which is critical given the challenging times in which we live.