Sir Richard Branson is the entrepreneur’s entrepreneur; his Virgin brand is ubiquitous not just in business circles, but throughout the world.
Small businesses have always had a love-hate relationship with the cheque. It’s a straightforward, no-nonsense form of payment where you don’t need to remember a pin or password (your name will do), but they have the nasty habit of costing everyone money.
Good news for entrepreneurs based in the north-east of England. The Department of Business, Innovation & Skills has announced the creation of a new EU-backed £125m (€140m) venture capital fund focused on companies based in the region.
Jon Moulton’s investment fund Better Capital is set to float on AIM tomorrow, reports our sister title Real Deals.
When it comes to recessions commentators love to talk about turning points – the first sign of a sustained recovery. They often jump the gun, but could stats out today prove to be the genuine article?
Richard Branson today confirmed that Virgin Racing will be competing in Formula One next season. Ten partners are already on board.
I am a simple person when it comes to credit cards. I have had one personal one with the same credit card company for many years. Has always been an extremely amicable relationship on all sides.
Although Second-in-Charge and I have, yet again, been bogged down in an autumn of overwork and stress, I recognise there is enough good stuff in this company to give a bright future and it is worth one more effort.
Welcome to ‘Camp Millionaire’, no not Graham Norton, but a school in the United States teaching kids as young as 10 to become financially secure.