It’s that time again, folks. Businesses from all around the UK are coming together to celebrate enterprise in a week of hosted events. Former director general of the CBI, Lord Digby Jones, and Dragons’ Den star Peter Jones will kick off Small Business Week with a launch event at the BT Tower on 19th October. The theme: "Be equipped to succeed".
Joe Cotton launched his men’s grooming etailer in 2002. Seven years on, he’s launched his first offline branch. Here’s why the internet entrepreneur is braving the high street.
Even though Ryanair has attracted more bad press for its exorbitantly priced in-flight food and drink, moneysupermarket.com’s Simon Nixon still reckons the airline’s chief executive, Michael O’Leary, is pure genius.
Just had our ISO and monthly management meeting – so exciting! My gut feeling that things were changing proved true.
Richard Baister, the entrepreneur behind energy drinks firm Velocity, has waged war on high-street retailer Halfords.
In the second of Real Business’ extracts from Brian Jenner’s new book, I’m Just Phoning to Chase my Invoice, the entrepreneur and speech-writer asks the all-important question: Why do you need a business plan?
Our ten-point plan to save the country and reignite Britain’s spirit for enterprise has hit the headlines in today’s Evening Standard.
The Friday Funnies have been on sabbatical. But here’s a few hilarious gems to get you ready for the weekend.
Lord Mandelson wants to have the Phoenix Four – the group of businessmen who bought MG Rover from BMW for £10 in 2000 – disqualified as directors following the spectacular collapse of the car maker. But is that in his power?