A year after the launch of Entrepreneurial Spark at the Royal Bank of Scotland’s Edinburgh-based headquarters, the hub has opened its doors to the fintech community.
Online flower delivery business Bloom & Wild plans to go beyond its UK roots and sprout up across Europe with a £3.75m investment.
If you’ve been thinking of getting a new role, then why not apply for small business commissioner – a title which will have you focus on tackling late payment.
There was always going to be concern that 2017 would be an uncertain period, but what, exactly, will likely alter foreign investment decisions?
DueDil has strengthened its leadership team with a new chief revenue officer, who joins the fintech business from LinkedIn.
In the excitement that follows finding the right candidate, employers often forget that the reference checking process is an important part of recruitment.
The space sector will soon take flight, with the government unveiling £10m worth of grants to UK companies hoping to capitalise on commercial spaceflight.
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.
June 2016 saw the CMA call for Brits to change banks following concerns that the big four dominated the market – and that customers were loyal despite bad history. But this unusual concept isn’t the preserve of finance. We don’t like switching broadband providers either.
When it comes to telecom companies, none feature as prominently in the news as BT. But after taking constant hits about its lack of broadband investment and alleged poor customer service, it seems BT is at least trying to get Openreach in order.
According to prime minister Theresa May, her newly announced industrial strategy will back Britain for the long term, “creating the conditions where successful businesses can emerge and grow”.
BT recently announced changes customers won’t be too happy about – and it involves a broadband price hike.