Research from Bottomline Technologies into the UK business payments landscape found that 53 per cent of SMEs have been impacted by financial fraud.
The results of a global survey of business leaders, undertaken to establish the sentiment surrounding robotics, tells a slightly different story in terms of the business perceptions surrounding automation and how open they are to embracing the technology.
George Osborne replacement Philip Hammond is currently on an overseas assignment in China, which will see him encourage business and investment ties between the country and Britain.
Dow Jones VentureSouce has released its quarterly results for venture capital investments across Europe for Q2 2016, so we’ve broken down the report to list the most important numbers.
As the country prepares for an extended period of uncertainty following the Brexit vote, SME bosses have been urged to focus closely on cash management and spreading their funding risk.
Believing that British businesses should follow the example set by Virgin Trains in order to “nurture entrepreneurial spirit,” Richard Branson wants the nation’s leaders to make a concerted effort to hire ex-prisoners.
The Hilton brand is instantly recognisable for its global chain of hotels, but Paris Hilton is determined to shake off her birthright and forge her own hospitality niche in some of the most glamorous cities in the world.
Some 34 per cent of Britain’s workers are frustrated with employers and have pointed fingers at businesses for adding to the risk of obesity among employees, according to findings from Willis PMI Group.
Platforms such as Crowdcube, Seedrs and MarketInvoice are defying the Brexit fallout with European expansion plans in the near future.
The UK’s largest listed tech firm, ARM Holdings, has announced it will be acquired by Japan’s SoftBank for £24.3bn – and while many are vexed at the nation's lacking system of defence when it comes to foreign takeovers, it is still proof that Britain remains attractive for investors.
Recognising the creativity of growing British businesses, BMW has launched an Innovation Lab to join forces with startups in a mutually beneficial campaign that will deliver mentoring and investment access in exchange for ideas to accelerate its business.
According to Dragons’ Den investor Peter Jones, Britain’s business growth can be secured by teaching five-year-olds the way of entrepreneurship – particularly as the country is in the process of future planning for leaving the European Union.