While some projects get confined to the waste bin, others bubble in the background. For Ed Cooke, the Memrise Prize has been a slow, but eventual, burner.
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They say a car can tell you a lot about a person – so Real Business spoke to five SME owners to see what insight we could glean from their wonderful cars.
Cycling is a trend that nobody can ignore, but now Ciclotte has produced a product that brings an unashamed element of luxury and premium design to cycling.
New research from shop4pop.com has identified 12 British cities best-suited for your last minute Christmas shopping needs.
You want to send a festive message to clients, customers and suppliers, but creating a memorable company Christmas card can be harder than you think.
A British company, the BBC has unveiled, changed the name of one of its games – Eco Action Trumps – after children started assuming it was related to Donald Trump, president-elect of the US.
In 2011 Murdo McLeod had the idea for an events company offering pop-up bars for people hosting Come Dine With Me-style dinner parties that would offer the standards of a top cocktail bar without the need for them to dash around serving drinks to their guests.
Establishing and operating a business in any sector is a journey defined by hard work, humility and learning, as myself and the other co-founders of Christopher Ward have discovered. And it is often the things you didn’t expect or initially appreciate that end up becoming the most important to your brand.
Private jets have experienced a huge surge in demand from Premier League and Championship football clubs, as deals to sign superstar players during the summer transfer window need to be inked by 11pm on Wednesday 31 August.
When was the last time you watched stand-up comedy? Did you laugh? Shout? Smile? If you’ve ever been under the spell of a talented stand-up comedian, then you know the gifts these individuals have for captivating an audience.
News Arianna Huffington is leaving her eponymous website The Huffington Post to focus on her “wellbeing and productivity” startup Thrive Global poses a question: Why?
In the last few years, all we seem to have heard is that organisations should follow in Uber’s footsteps. But despite what you may have read recently, the Uber model may not be right for your business.