Having already moved into the enterprise space through the creation of Amazon Web Services and Amazon Marketplace, the commerce company has created Amazon Business to meet procurement needs.
Martin Jordan, head of business development for Wayra UK, looks at the much-discussed topic of business mentoring – sharing his top ten insights.
Despite having to deal with all kinds of issues in his clients’ companies, Simon Whitehead realised the value of a bird’s eye view of his startup business.
Small business numbers are at an all-time high – there are 5.4m currently in operation in the UK and the numbers continue to rise year-on-year. But you’d be surprised how frustrated startup Britain is at the moment.
Travelling between the US and UK, entrepreneur Lee Biggins has enjoyed stepping back from his expanding corporate empire to embrace the startup vibe.
Laura McLeod, senior digital marketing manager at 99designs, compares the two cities that claim to be Europe’s number one hub for digital startups – London and Berlin – to find out which really is the best place for a tech startup to flourish.
If you're tired of posed pictures and the selfie obsession then you'll probably enjoy the story of Ranjet Chohan and his business Pollpic – set up to provide people with a second opinion through social media.
Garth Fryer, director of WAE, a leading London-based global service design consultancy, talks about the difficulties of setting up an internal startup company
A trip to the Baltic state of Lithuania unveiled a burgeoning new startup hub, several investment opportunities and a possible solution to the UK's "scale-up" woes.
You have that Eureka moment when you realise your creative idea has the power to change the world. However, only few of us are able to successfully execute them and that makes all the difference.
Having already set up an investment fund dedicated to backing companies looking to take advantage of the burgeoning legal marijuana sector, musician Snoop Dogg has added to his entrepreneurial activities by establishing Merry Jane.
From the traditional designations of Shoreditch and Silicon Valley to the less well-trodden hubs of Osaka and Santiago, new research has revealed the “hippest” places to have an office address.