In a speech made to a room of business leaders at the Cardiff Business Club, chancellor George Osborne outlined what he believes are a “dangerous cocktail” of new threats from around the world.
Author Hunter Ruthven
Our quest to find the nation’s best examples of companies thinking digitally and adopting new technologies bring us to Chillisauce – a business which has achieved remarkable growth since founding at the turn of the millennium.
As part of our commitment to showcase where enterprise and entrepreneurship are being celebrated most in the world, we look at the example of Canada, and in particular Ontario – where Thalmic Labs and Nymi have been experiencing considerable success.
Having helped launch products including a smart motorcycle helmet and a family robot, as well as campaigns such as An Hour of Code, crowdfunding platform Indiegogo has turned its attention to bigger businesses.
Whether it is two words jammed together or just those that make very little sense, the SME community has let it be known what jargon has no right to exist.
Seen as a way of recognising significant and long-lasting contributions to a wide range of areas, we look at who in the business and entrepreneurial space were lauded in the Queen's 2016 New Year's Honours list.
A British medal-winning Badminton player has decided to turn her back on the sport and instead dedicate her future to opening up a branch of the business her father owns.
With a new CEO at the helm and loans to consumers now surpassing £500m during the year, peer-to-peer finance provider Zopa has much to celebrate – not least the accolade of Growing Business of the Year: Smaller Company at the 2016 Growing Business Awards.
As it's the end of the year and we're all looking for something light hearted, here are five jobs that really do make you wonder about the kind of businesses that are in the world today.
After arguments about how competitive smaller banks can be if the ability to provide big bonuses are curtailed, a European authority has ruled that caps must be in place to protect against salary escalation.
We've all heard the analogy that in many ways running a business is like playing a sport. It's been proven over and over again, and Media Legends Group, co-founded by tennis ace and leisure entrepreneur David Lloyd, is no different.
Michael Carbone, managing director at Sage Payments, looks at how small and medium-sized businesses face a serious money problem – and why companies of both these sizes are the authors and the victims of this problem.