Fascinating. Mind boggling. Terrifying. Time wasting. A five-minute video to get your mental juices flowing.
When Lord Mandelson announced the Capital for Enterprise Fund (CEF) earlier this year, we weren’t entirely convinced by his rhetoric about helping small businesses. So we decided to check if any of the promised cash was actually getting through to entrepreneurs.
There have been changes to the finance function at Inchcape, Advanced Power Components, GoldStone Resources and UKRD.
Complete panic day. Right hand off sick… I was SO right he was overdue for this break.
Simon Parslow wants to change the way retailers market their products through his new website, eSay-uk.com.
Okay, okay. So, it’s a silly inspirational video made in America that has a crappy piano score and some decent graphics. Real Business still gives it the thumbs up.
Mark Stott founded overseas investment property firm Select Property in 2004. In a few short years, the Cheshire-born entrepreneur has built a portfolio in Dubai, Spain and Turkey worth £1.3bn. He credits Jim Collins’s "bus" philosophy as a driver behind his success.
Entrepreneur plumber Charlie Mullins has suggested he may enter politics.
Founder of Lush Mark Constantine on why entrepreneurialism is a
The Enterprise Finance Guarantee Scheme, which was unveiled by the government in January 2009, was supposed to help small businesses facing temporary cash flow problems. In reality, however, the scheme has had little (if any) impact.