As part of a Silicon Valley Comes to the UK trade mission, 15 British female founders will head to San Francisco and discuss scaling and overseas business.
To see what’s on offer when it comes to business travel in 2017, Real Business had a look at the Norwegian Premium service and its Silicon Valley offering.
Leaders such as Mark Zuckerberg, Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk have become almost as famous as their companies, but what do their CEO salaries say?
Silicon Valley has succeeded. Known as the first name in tech, it’s home to some of the world’s biggest companies, has spawned countless imitators, and, at the last reckoning, employs over a quarter of a million IT knowledge workers.
Andy Budd, co-founder and managing director of Clearleft, talks about the growing Silicon Valley campus culture and how it could affect business culture here in the UK.
What do George Washington’s wooden teeth, the poor eyesight of bats, and the medieval belief in a flat earth all have in common? Quite simply, they are all nonsense.
London-based Hibob, an SME-centric HR platform, has secured a $7.5m seed investment led by Silicon Valley venture capital firm Bessemer Venture Partners.
Michael Gould, founder and CTO at business planning and modelling business Anaplan, shares his experience of growing the business and advocates thinking on worldwide basis from the very beginning.
Stanford Graduate School of Business came to London in 2015 with its Ignite scheme for UK STEM entrepreneurs. The Californian university now returns to the British capital for year two – boasting graduates from ASOS, BP, Marks and Spencer and more.
Having just taken up the CFO role at technology Anaplan, a business which has just banked $90m of venture capital investment, James Budge answers a few of our questions on building a fast-growth company and how being cloud-based is unique.
Charlie Mullins, founder of Pimlico Plumbers, discusses how your attire impacts a first impression.
Given the stereotypes about American competitiveness, it might seem odd to consider embracing failure as one of our greatest assets. However, once you stop and think about it for a moment, it starts to make sense.