From Goldman Sachs to Pinterest, women have left a strong mark on today's business and entrepreneurial world.
Audiences (leaving the likes of Radio 4, BBC 2 and Channel 4 out of the mix) love a famous name and a bit of sparkle so there's a huge appetite from broadcasters to grab a slice of the luvvie pie. More significantly, a celebrity spokesperson (or any third party come to that) will take the commercial sting out of a story, making it more palatable for broadcasters.
Real Business catches up with Martyn Dawes to discuss how he built Coffee Nation before selling it for £23m in less than 10 years.
If you don’t know your trade mark from your registration, then your most valuable company asset could be at risk. Louisa Dixon, solicitor at Taylor Vinters, provides some insight.
It's official: Crowdfunding creates jobs, builds businesses and, against the expectations of many, attracts new investment, says Barry James.
An overwhelming 85 per cent of SMEs are positive about the year ahead, but fear around business rates and the cost of utilities continues to plague growth.
Good news for British manufacturing as smaller firms plan on boosting their investment this year.
Companies that ignore the role of flexible working risk losing key staff.
In his first column for Real Business, Simon Duffy sings the praises of working with UKTI, the government department responsible for helping businesses export.
If you are looking at ways to improve your company's marketing campaign, it may be worth considering the option of getting feedback from your customers themselves.
Paul Andrews looks at some of the myths that undermine the family business sector, challenging the myths, and uncovering the real truth behind this dynamic, engaging and profitable sector.
You’ve sweated big time over crucial decisions and spent many a sleepless night come payday. Then there’s all that daily nurturing you’ve been painstakingly carrying out for your business over the years. But sometimes – blasé though it may seem – it’s simply time to shut up shop and move on in a personal sense.