When Real Business last spoke to Simon Duffy, it was apparent that exports were going to be a big part of his business's future strategy.
Although cutting back on £1,000 bottles of wine will save expenses, a Concur survey found that taking your customers out for a meal will have the biggest impact on landing a sale.
Britain's service industries have superb international reputation. Here are four tips on how to export your people.
New figures show an overall fall in the number of sick days taken but absences are still a big burden on the economy.
While social media take-up is strong, there are signs that more traditional forms of marketing are still crucially important.
To help boost the record 500,000 businesses started in 2013, Business Minister Michael Fallon launched the StartUp Britain Bus.
Only three of the top 20 postcodes for new business generation are located outside London.
Having a website is worth far more than the small cost of setting it up and running it. An online presence can work wonders for your business.
Charlie Mullins nearly choked on his bacon sarnie when he spotted the difference between apprenticeships in the North and South this morning. How can it be fixed?
As manufacturing becomes increasingly commoditised and shifted to cheaper shores, Britain needs to rely on its strong creative market to support the economy, argues Nick Jefferson.