As part of a Silicon Valley Comes to the UK trade mission, 15 British female founders will head to San Francisco and discuss scaling and overseas business.
It’s fitting that billionaire Mark Cuban thinks artificial intelligence will produce the world’s first trillionaire, given the tech will displace millions of workers.
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.
Five million businesses now actively advertise on Facebook, prompting the social network to mark the milestone with additional support for SMEs.
The number of Instagram advertisers has grown from 500,000 in September 2016 to more than one million, the image-based social media platform has revealed.
Mark Zuckerberg declared in a manifesto announcement that Facebook is training AI to spot harmful content in order to take it down from the site. Putting aside its Orwellian tone, for many it raises the important question: Can AI ever be trained to act as a moral compass?
Printerland.co.uk research has unveiled the four things most likely to prevent home-based staff from working – and you may have suspected them all along.
Ecommerce company Teespring has paid out nearly $300m to users around the world since launching in 2012. It highlights that in today’s digital age, online selling platforms are providing budding entrepreneurs with the tools to become an Internet millionaire without any upfront cost or risk.
Facebook and Instagram’s Ciaran Quilty explains why the festive season is a great opportunity for small businesses to think about expansion.
In one of his last keynote speeches before his retirement, John Chambers, Cisco’s CEO of 20 years, predicted over a third of firms today will be dead in ten years, stating “the only ones that will survive will be digital companies, and many will fail trying to emulate such firms.”
Launched just over three years ago, the news of Twitter-owned Vine closing down has shocked many, and the loss of the six-second video app should be a moment of clarity for every business leader.
Facebook Pages is having a slight makeover, which will see call-to-action buttons allow people to shop then and there, get a quote and move around more seamlessly.