Nick Brown sold his company in 2004 for a seven figure sum. He is now Managing Director of Corporate Exit, a company which helps business owners build and sell a business, just like he did. Real Business caught up with him for some tactical advice on how best to plan your exit.
The last five or so years have been blighted by the recession causing vast unemployment in the UK, but the tide has turned, it seems, recruitment is on the up and companies across the UK are doing well.
Deputy PM Nick Clegg is leading a delegation of businesses which today embarked on a trip to Latin America in an effort to strengthen UK trade with the region.
A new programme to teach UK's retail SMEs the skills needed to master the digital world is to launch on March 26 this year.
Fresh perspective needed on non-traditional roles as industry cries out for talent, says manufacturing recruitment specialist.
In these days where it’s becoming more and more expensive to attract people, it’s super important to do everything you can to make your networking events stand out and be remembered so people will want to come back again and again.
With the rise in popularity of technologies like teleconferencing and video conferencing, David Vaughton, director of venues for EEF Venues explains why nothing beats looking someone in the eye, particularly when discussing important issues where trust, commitment and confidence are key factors.
Figures released today show that the peer-to-peer (P2P) lending sector grew by 121 per cent in 2013.
Charlie Mullins offers a glimpse of his soft side, inviting a massage therapist in to Pimlico Plumbers.
Real Business and Fellowes will be hosting a Twitter Q&A on why how you store your business information needs to be top of the agenda this year. Join us on Friday February 7 at 11am.
Does your office seem spookily quiet today No surprise: today is National Sickie Day, costing British businesses £34m in lost productivity.
Extreme weather is blowing businesses off course, say Britain's small firms.