Shalini Khemka, CEO of E2Exchange, a members' association for growth-oriented entrepreneurs, outlines her members’ reaction to the Autumn Statement.
Policy makers are increasingly embracing employee ownership as a key sustainable business model, and over the last 18 months we have seen a significant increase in support for this sector.
The Prime Minister's trade mission to China this week highlighted the Chinese opportunity for British SMEs. Here are eight top tips to doing business in China.
Igor Khromov of High-Tech Bridge tells us why we your site is might be doomed. And what you can do to postpone Armageddon
Amazon drones may be little more than a deft marketing move to generate publicity around “cyber Monday”, but they signify an important trend: e-commerce logistics have become a fruitful vein of innovation. It’s taken a while for the penny to drop, but online merchants are finally realising that most people are at work during the week and aren’t at home to accept deliveries.
Ian Haet, chief executive and co-founder of the Startup Stock Exchange talks us through the logic of an exchange entirely focused on new companies.
Here are the top 10 survival tips for SMEs to make the most of next year.
Lord Leigh's insider account on the last day of Britain's trade trip to China.
Your business is your baby. You know, or at least you think you know, what’s best for the business and what it needs to do to realise its potential. Getting there, however, may require an injection of capital. But how do you turbocharge growth when the traditional lenders are just not lending? Clearly you need an alternative. The last thing you want to do – in your entrepreneurial busy mind – is give away some of your company in return for much needed funds.
The majority of employees would rather be given hard cash rather than have money spent on an office Christmas party.
The allegations surrounding Paul Flowers have set the cat among the pigeons: do you know who your senior execs really are? Here is how to ensure you recruit the right people.
Here are the five key steps you need to follow to prepare your company for sale next year.