Amidst the array of challenges that SMEs in the UK face, such as securing investment, outpacing competitors and growing a customer base, the biggest obstacle to growth for 54 per cent of UK SMEs is a shortage of cash.
Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk has announced plans to launch his own aftershave, simply called “Musk”, for men.
Iain Harper, CEO of startup InMyBag, tells Real Business of a great space for meetings in London.
After an investigation by Ofcom, BT will be fined £42m for reducing compensation payments to other providers after late installations of ethernet services.
Theatre mangers are hoping the live-action ads gimmick will draw curious crowds as well as provide another revenue stream.
Is Brexit forcing you into moving a business abroad? When you are an individual, migration can present tough challenges but when you are moving an entire business, it’s a whole different level of preparation.
Britain is a world leader in ecommerce, but it leaves many retailers with a challenge: how to put goods in the hands of the consumer. Traditionally, shoppers are left with little idea when their TV or dishwasher would show up. This is forcing the world of logistics to transform.
Halfway through 2016, the term gig economy was thrown into the limelight. Although suggesting a new phenomenon had made an appearance, all that had really happened was that someone came up with a fancier name for freelance work, enhanced by the use of technology. It also prompted the question of whether we should change the law around it.
For the third consecutive quarter, SME revenue growth projections have been increased, according to findings from the first report of its kind in 2017.
Advertising and marketing provide your business with access to a much larger pool of customers, but when is the right time to engage a media agency?
Just when we became comfortable with the law on religious symbols when it comes to the workplace dress code, along comes a curve ball from the European Court seemingly, sparking headlines such as “Employers can ban Muslim headscarves”.
Political parties aren’t always the easiest of organisations to feel sympathy for. But the recent scandal involving the Conservative Party’s breach of spending limits provides a possible exception.