Idea of the week: powered golf trolley

Manufactured in Britain, the “Rolley” allows golfers to hop-on to their golf trolley and cruise silently around the golf course. We look at the company behind the invention.

Diary of a Sharemark float: why now?

Everyman Legal is the first UK law firm to announce its intention to list on Sharemark, a stock market for smaller companies. In the first of a diary series, we follow founder James Hunt as he prepares for the float.

Duncan Stirling

Duncan Stirling, the co-founder of some of west London’s most popular haunts, on obnoxious bar managers, the US Open and hosting Noel Gallagher’s 40th birthday.

Another mentoring scheme Shame on Theresa May

Theresa May has jumped on the publicity bandwagon by announcing a £2m mentoring scheme for female entrepreneurs. Here’s why I have zero faith in the new “support package”.

Free advice for SMEs from HMRC too good to be true

The overnment has announced a scheme to provide SMEs with free expert advice when compiling their first claim for R&D tax relief. This sounds like a good idea, but are the benefits stacked in favour of HMRC?