Once again, our well-known Future 50 campaign is just around the corner. The campaign shines a spotlight on disruptive businesses that are dreaming big nationwide and give the entrepreneurial spirit some much-deserved recognition.
In part four of his series, James Passingham explains why the demand for simplicity and control in cloud phone systems and contact centre design is a growing reaction to automation-overload.
Taxi apps are becoming increasingly commonplace, but so too are the problems that surround the operational strategies of the businesses.
Despite its omnipotence, Jaguar Land Rover recognised the power of SMEs and launched internal startup hub InMotion. Real Business sat down with the man that convinced the corporate firm to let him behind the wheel of the new entrepreneurial vehicle.
The way in which retailers take consumers to the point of sale continues to evolve. As such, Real Business spoke with the rising UK SMEs with innovative ideas to discuss the challenges of entering an age-old industry with a new proposition and how they were dealt with.
A new study has proven SMEs harnessing digital technology to support business operations are growing faster than those that are not, making it abundantly clear it is time for the latter companies to try new methods in order to supercharge services and achieve scale.
2016 has started off with a big bang in the product innovation sector with the launch of new technology, gadgets and even robots disrupting the marketplace. But is there a place for women to make a difference in the market or not?
The UK’s tech sector continues to be championed by the government and key figures including London mayor Boris Johnson, so we’ve spoken with the leaders of tech ventures to discuss the difficulties faced on the road to growth.
Ahead of the London mayoral election on 5 May 2016, the five leading candidates fighting to replace Boris Johnson assembled at Here East to reveal how they plan to transform tech and digital services in the British capital for the benefit of businesses.
Connectivity, venture capital, diversity, community and more – we take an in-depth look at the various factors and accomplishments that make London deserving of the “business capital of Europe” label.
Technology has been the safest industry to work in since 2002, with professionals in the sector possessing the most “recession-proof” jobs, a study has found.
Venture capital funding fell significantly by 30 per cent worldwide in Q4 2015, according to KPMG Enterprise and CB Insights, but British businesses defied the odds to raise $1.3bn across 113 deals during the period.