Seemingly, mobile payments service iZettle has started off 2017 as it means to go on, raising a €60m investment alongside the appointment of a new CFO.
EQT Ventures and Octopus Ventures have joined forced to inject a €10m investment into myTomorrows, an experimental drugs platform.
A new mobile business loans service from Barclays, which will provide instant capital to SMEs, is set to unlock a £34.25bn economic opportunity for growing companies by 2021.
Recent Dragons’ Den success story Active Away tells Real Business why it went on the investor show with a very clear, and unusual, goal in mind.
Metro Bank has started the New Year with an immediate push for new customers by pledging a £1bn fund for British businesses.
As Giles Fuchs looks for the capital that will finance the next stage of his company’s growth, he explains why international investors will play a big part.
The Business Growth Fund has now invested more than £1bn into UK growth companies since it closed a first deal in October 2011.
With plans to open 50 new locations in the next four years, creating an extra 1,000 jobs, LEON has unrelieved a new working pattern for parents and joined the Hire Me My Way campaign.
Philip Hammond has unveiled on plans to ensure SMEs are referred to other lenders after bank rejection, but Barry James is not happy in his open letter.
Having built itself up to a portfolio of 41 stores, Wasabi has plans to add another 20 after agreeing a funding package with high street bank HSBC.
Snapchat has hired bankers to prepare for an IPO that could value the firm at between $20bn and $35bn. That’s not bad for a social media site that was founded just five years ago, so what can we learn from Snapchat and its climb to success?
Recruitment app Syft only launched in 2015, but the future of the business looks extremely bright, driven by a solid concept designed to create real change in an otherwise stagnant industry, as we found out when speaking to co-founders Jack Beaman and Novo Abakare.