November has been a busy month, with the Autumn Statement proving a mixed bag for UK plc. In true SME Economic Corner fashion, we approached an executive from Barclays to gain more insight into what chancellor Philip Hammond’s promises mean for business.
Possessing the Cadbury’s name could have struck fear into James Cadbury, the great-great-grandson of the chocolatier, but he’s ready for the challenge with a confectionery business of his own – Love Cocoa.
The data discussion continues, but the debate can fall on deaf ears. To clear up any misgivings SMEs may have about the method of technical strategy, Real Business secured some hot Corporate Insights on the topic from Trainline.
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On Thursday 2 November, Real Business visited St James’s Palace, courtesy of the Duke of York, Prince Andrew, who requested our company for the final of his sixth Pitch at Palace campaign – where Queen Elizabeth was also in attendance.
Recruitment is one of the most challenging part of growing a business, but hiring ex-offenders can be one way of attracting loyal and enthusiastic workers.
As prime minister Theresa May moves forward with Brexit plans, Paul Lantsbury uses PwC business figures to explain why British enterprise has experienced a combination of growth and decline across sectors.
That UK internet connections are not on par with EU rivals is no secret, and WorkPad co-founders James Barnett and Jonathan Masri are the latest in our broadband nightmare series to share their thoughts on how Britain could speed ahead.
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.
As seen on The X Factor, Simon Cowell can be a harsh taskmaster. That said, London Cabaret Club founder Evelina Girling has managed to win the music maestro as a happy customer, while locals and tourists alike are equally impressed with the made in Britain brand.
To mark the launch of our Black Cab Entrepreneurs series in partnership with taxi app Gett, we sat down with the company’s MD of Western Europe, Remo Gerber, for the first of our backseat video interviews.
Don’t book that taxi to your next meeting just yet – you could hitch a free ride with the Real Business team if you’re willing to answer a series of unusual quick-fire questions for Black Cab Entrepreneurs.
Six years have passed since Secret Escapes launched to make luxury travel more affordable, so Real Business visited the company’s shiny Holborn office for one-to-one time with CEO and co-founder Alex Saint, a man who you might say is creating Heaven on Earth.