The Peterborough business scene is not the usual destination for job seekers. Unlike other cities, Peterborough’s residents will look to London for jobs, and travel over an hour each way to work in the city.
One of the best attributes of an entrepreneur is being able to look at something from an alternative angle. It’s safe to say that we entrepreneurs have been thinking outside the box long before management and business consultants had even come up with the phrase.
The outcome of the EU referendum made many nervous, but Colliers International’s Cities of Influence report, which pinpoints London as an attractive place to do business, highlights that we shouldn’t lose faith.
London mayor Sadiq Khan is on a mission to quell Brexit impact as he will embark on a tour of five key European cities with SMEs, reminding leaders that London is open for business.
Croydon has grown over the past ten years to prove itself a worthy alternative destination against central London’s tech industry.
London-based football team Tottenham Hotspur FC is in the process of an incredible transformation, and Real Business was invited to White Hart Lane to speak with the directors about the new stadium and how local SMEs will prosper.
The UK’s fastest growing businesses in the private sector have been revealed in our Hot 100 2016, but where are the locations of these amazing firms?
An American with a background in media has been made London’s maiden night czar and tasked with grow the capital’s night time economy.
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.
While British politicians believe the UK is an entrepreneurial heavyweight, new research has shown that initiatives such as Silicon Roundabout are less well known on a global scale.
A 45,000 sq ft site near Tower Bridge has been revealed as the new Zoopla office, and features a swimming pool, wine cellar and treehouse for its 500 staff.
The night tube has been hailed as the saviour of London’s night-time economy, and this week sees the launch of the Jubilee Line night tube. Can businesses from Stanmore to Stratford expect to benefit?