The new Sage 50 2008 accounting package (formerly Line 50) is good, but is it flexible enough to grow with your business?
I had the privilege of visiting the Prince’s Trust this morning. A privilege not only because their head office is situated right by Regent’s Park (and there’s a whole better class of air in those parts) but also because the charity is responsible for getting more than 70,000 new businesses off the ground.
Seb Bishop, pioneer of pay-per-click advertising and founder of MIVA, reports back from rural Uganda, where he’s pondering the growing eco-tourism market.
It’s not about you, it’s about the mission.
Last week I interviewed Mike Batt, the founder of the record label Dramatico Entertainment, about the company’s turbo-charged growth of 106 per cent over the past four years.
Plenty of entrepreneurs are hitting the headlines today.
The co-founder of lastminute.com has a new venture, this time in soft furnishings.
Rowell Tan, the CFO of JSM Indochina, has been appointed to the board of the retail and residential investment and development company.
I want to be a good employer but the law won’t let me, says Richard Baister, the entrepreneur behind Velocity Drinks.
Chocolate entrepreneur Claire Burnet has a message for government: “Take childcare seriously. Stop creating ridiculous hurdles for women-owned businesses.”
Rob Smith has resigned as FD of Eco City Vehicles.