As director of Canagan, a food provider for 5,000 pet shops throughout the world in 35 different countries, we thrive on export success.
As part of his Autumn Statement, chancellor Philip Hammond promised to double Export Finance funds, taking “total risk appetite to £5bn”.
As president-elect Donald Trump continues to outline a plan for his first 100 days in office, the latest policy to feel his wrath is TPP – the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
According to business consulting firm Boston Consulting Group (BCG), while business growth remains essential, it’s more challenging given the uncertain global environment and ongoing disruption. So what does this mean for global business growth?
Paul Neeson, associate at investors Scottish Equity Partners, looks at the issue of business growth and explains what is required for scale-up success.
World First recently held the Think Global event in London to help SMEs looking to make their mark overseas and achieve exporting success.
Currency volatility can harm your business if you trade globally. Take a look at this guide to see how you can protect yourself.
A large scale US retail market expansion is on the table for British bag business Knomo, which has secured deals with Macy’s and Saks, alongside a £3m investment.
The London Assembly has wasted no time in declaring its derision at the government’s announcement that a third Heathrow runway has now been green lit, subject to appeals.
Six years have passed since Secret Escapes launched to make luxury travel more affordable, so Real Business visited the company’s shiny Holborn office for one-to-one time with CEO and co-founder Alex Saint, a man who you might say is creating Heaven on Earth.
On 11 October 2016, World First held its first inaugural Think Global event – aimed at burgeoning exporters and SMEs looking to grow business overseas.
Who would have thought Marmite would be a victim of the referendum vote? Dubbed #marmitegate, the dispute between Tesco and Unilever has raised a debate on whether the next few months will see suppliers want to renegotiate prices with UK firms.