The majority of businesses want a referendum on the UK's EU membership, according to research by the Chambers of Commerce.
Despite recent signs of increasing momentum, growth prospects remain weak as the economy moves to rebalance away from public to private demand, and from domestic to external demand.
Charlie Horrell is MD for the EMEA region for Diligent Boardbooks, which digitally manages the flow of boardroom information.
A slow-loading website will turn away prospective customers. Here are three tips to fixing your site's load time.
Open your virtual wallet because bitcoin means to kill cash payment.
Should SMEs consider peer-to-peer lending as a serious funding channel?
Why is it important to ensure that your commercial success benefits society? Michael Robson, chief executive of Andrews & Partners, explains.
There is no surprise that the sharing economy is popular in the USA, with Brazil also starting to take off with initiatives like Catarse. In the UK, however, we're still trying to wrap our heads around it.
The government's Business Bank is being outgunned by alternative finance providers, new figures show.
Half of Britain is concerned that the internet is destroying knowledge and that technology is upsetting the pace of their lives.
Government proposals to allow motorists a grace period of 15 minutes when parking on double yellow lines have proved to be controversial, but would they help SMEs?
Flash drives have quickly replaced older methods as the storage of preference for many people across the globe; they have become a vital part of computing for many in business and domestic situations.