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Paul Lindley started organic baby food business Ella’s Kitchen in 2006 and has built it into a $70m turnover brand. Now, with the might of America’s Hain Celestial behind him, he’s planning on creating a global giant. Here are his four tips for stratospheric growth.
Each social media platform offers a unique possibility for your business. But how do you figure out which ones to use? After all, aren't they all the same? From Facebook to YouTube, their differences explained with the help of donuts.
SMEs should adopt a big world approach when it comes to finance. Steve Attwell explores the finance function's journey from shoebox to FD with practical tips for business owners and their advisers.
Forbes has, once again, published its annual Billionaire's list. But who, exactly, are the richest people in the tech world?
Bruce Whitehead takes a closer look at the results of the Federation of Small Businesses's latest Small Business Index.
It is genuinely difficult to identify a single change programme in recent years that has been an unqualified success. Why is this?
Simon Taylor is chairman and co-founder of Next Generation Data Ltd, Europe's largest data centre development.
Mid-sized companies in Europe are struggling to meet their financing needs. Turning to alternative funding sources, the "squeezed middle" needs to raise up to €3.5tn in debt funding over the next five years.
Indiegogo has helped fund businesses from the Cat Café in London to the gravity light and a film starring Benedict Cumberbatch. Co-founder Danae Ringelmann explains how to successfully crowdfund a business idea.
Nick Levine spoke to some of the UK’s leading financial directors in startups to find out about this emerging and nascent skill set.
According to new business protection research, death of a business owner ranks as the biggest impact to a business.