The outcome of the EU referendum made many nervous, but Colliers International’s Cities of Influence report, which pinpoints London as an attractive place to do business, highlights that we shouldn’t lose faith.
Author Shané Schutte
A founder often comes to the point where they think about stepping back from the business. We found out what decisions led to bosses hiring an external CEO.
The latest high-profile company to feel the wrath of the government is Debenhams, which was included in the largest list of minimum wage offenders to date.
In Ombudsman Services’ fourth Consumer Action Monitor, it came to light that the telecoms industry had the second most complaints in 2016 – only beaten by the retail sector.
A year after the launch of Entrepreneurial Spark at the Royal Bank of Scotland’s Edinburgh-based headquarters, the hub has opened its doors to the fintech community.
If you’ve been thinking of getting a new role, then why not apply for small business commissioner – a title which will have you focus on tackling late payment.
There was always going to be concern that 2017 would be an uncertain period, but what, exactly, will likely alter foreign investment decisions?
The space sector will soon take flight, with the government unveiling £10m worth of grants to UK companies hoping to capitalise on commercial spaceflight.
WiredScore, a platform for landlords to share broadband information, spoke to Real Business about the impact of poor connectivity – and what business owners should look for when seeking new office space.
There are several reasons companies go public. Sometimes it’s to raise capital, or simply to acquire more business. But given the uncertainty miring the corporate landscape, curiosity about recent IPOs got the better of us. We asked bosses what made listing on AIM an attractive bet in 2016.
DPG has found staff are far more likely to ask Google a workplace query instead of seeking advice from colleagues or the HR department – and chances are it will be one of these 13 Google searches.
June 2016 saw the CMA call for Brits to change banks following concerns that the big four dominated the market – and that customers were loyal despite bad history. But this unusual concept isn’t the preserve of finance. We don’t like switching broadband providers either.