Scott Hewitt, the entrepreneur behind Norfolk-based design and development firm Real Projects, has compiled a list of the top 40 tools and websites which businesses can use for free.
More than half of all businesses fail within four to five years. Professor Andrew Burke, director of entrepreneurial performance and economics at Cranfield School of Management, has delved into the most successful entrepreneurial strategies. And, guess what” They’re more “corporate” than you’d think.
Will Critchlow founded internet marketing firm Distilled in 2005. A digital marketing expert, he has volunteered his services to Real Business readers. Each fortnight he will answer a pressing PPC, SEO or general internet query. This week, a query from creative production firm Jelly London: "How do I get traffic to my blog?"
Justin Wright, founder of Mangrove Consulting, investigates the new eBook phenomenon. Will Amazon’s Kindle be a hit with the digital generation, or is the humble hardback here to stay?
Q: Do you have a personal motto in business or creed that you live your business life by”
Pace really hotting up now – even by our standards!
The New Party thinks so. Ahead of the pre-budget report, the neoliberal political party is calling on Chancellor Alistair Darling to "have the courage" to introduce a flat rate of income tax for all.
Backing British manufacturing, business minister Pat McFadden has announced an increase of government funding to £40m for a new manufacturing technology centre.
While many sectors have been crippled by the credit crisis, there is one industry that’s booming off the back of the financial gloom: online dating. Ross Williams founded WhiteLabelDating in 2004 and business, he says, has never been better.
As Britain braces itself for a second wave of postal disruption, Redco founder Mike Redshaw says "the days of Postman Pat in his little van or on his push-bike are over".
When Andrew Foyle saw the opportunity to acquire and consolidate several firms in the education sector, he founded BLi Education, came up with an innovative purchase model, merged their assets and turned around the failing businesses. Here’s how.
Writing exclusively for Real Business, Ariadne Capital’s Julie Meyer tells us why capital is a luxury and why the software industry is no longer the mecca for investors.