Currency fluctuations always mean some businesses come out on top while others are left in the dust – but in a sector analysis, which industries fare the worst from a weak pound?
Facebook has brought together 15 fast-growth British businesses to form a UK SME Council, which Olly Sewell, senior manager of SMB in UK & Ireland, discussed in detail with Real Business.
The Broadband Doctor reveals some insightful information: A faulty telephone line could be the cause of your slow broadband connection.
The Apprentice has changed its format over the years, but behind-the-scenes it turns out contestants are treated somewhat like Big Brother housemates.
Tom Gearing appeared on The Apprentice back in 2012, at which time he was told by Alan Sugar that his fine wine business Cult Wines was too risky, but the snub hasn’t had an impact.
In its latest edition of The Deal, Beauhurst claimed equity investment dropped for the first time in five years. Crowdfunding platforms, however, defied expectations – and Seedrs hopes to keep the ball rolling by launching a secondary market.
Throughout the 1970s, entrepreneurs were as rare as hen’s teeth. Then, when our country made the historic decision to elect its first female prime minister, that all changed.
Going into business with friends and family is a popular route for many entrepreneurs and for good reason. You already know each other’s strengths, weaknesses and passions, plus the likelihood is that you came up with the business idea together so you are both hugely invested in it.
Clarke Willmott associate Karen Chapman and senior associate Stuart Hoysted, examine ten of the most common debt recovery myths.
With the general election taking place on 8 June, the owner of business bank OakNorth has discussed what would earn his vote on the day, as well as other developments on the entrepreneurial radar.
Most businesses, regardless of size, want flexibility. In fact, SMEs are known for agility – there are fewer people calling the shots, there are often no clunky legacy systems in place, and they can adapt with the market as it changes.
Online gambling – an unstoppable vice or a natural human urge for risk? Whatever your opinion on it, making bets is certainly big business.