Huntress co-founder David Spencer-Percival predicts what the next big thing will be in 2012.
Wow! Stuff founder Richard North offers his predictions for 2012. The most talked-about sector? Retail.
Denys Shortt, founder of health and beauty firm DCS Europe, on selling ice-creams, bad banks and flying choppers.
Lawyers, lawyers and more lawyers. The ongoing saga of selling a business.
Paul Lindley, the founder of Ella’s Kitchen, lays out his policies for getting Britain back on track in 2012.
Ratheesan Yoganathan, founder of mobile operator Lebara, on his grandfather, ethical standards and signing his first contract with Telfort.
Really, there are only three likely multiples when valuing/selling a business.
Why does young entrepreneur Nicko Williamson think 2012 will be the greatest year for UK enterprise yet?
Justin Cooke, founder of digital agency Fortune Cookie, on luxury suitcases and failing his way to success.
Anyone selling a business wants a decent element of cash out. Not always easy to secure.
Barry Houlihan, founder of Mobile Interactive Group, on beach volleyball, fruitless flights and Live8.
The first sniff of acquirer interest, and important questions about shareholder structures.