The equity crowdfunding industry has expressed mixed reactions to today's publication of the Financial Conduct Authority’s (FCA) plans for regulation.
In a 2013 Bosch survey on the impact of soaring energy prices, it stated that 89 per cent of consumers believed companies should do more to improve energy efficiency in their products. The message is clear: people believe in environmentally friendly products and request them from the market.
A new initiative aimed at giving female student entrepreneurs a 'taste' of running their own business was announced by Helen Grant, minister for women and equalities.
New independent UK businesses are capitalising on the nation's love for food, according to new research by business insurance broker, Simply Business.
In business, it can be easy to focus so hard on profit that you lose sight of how important your team and your environment are, says Marc Warren.
Two thirds of small business owners say they are not ready to give their staff pay rises, despite an upturn in the economy – leaving the potential for employees to be out of pocket throughout 2014.
When real time optimisation techniques can provide immediate insight into the real response of thousands of customers, why are some companies still just focused on testing different versions of landing pages and playing around with visual content?
Entrepreneurs must give clearer information when raising funds through peer-to-peer lending and crowdfunding, according to new rules set out by UK regulator, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
The government has big plans for small businesses this year. With the International Festival for Business set to take place in Liverpool in June, it is hoped that exports will double to £1 trillion by 2020.
The level of compensation an employment tribunal may award is due to go up on 6 April 2014 under the Employment Rights (Increase of Limits) Order 2014 (SI 2014/382).
Carnegie UK Trust’s TestTown aims to fill the void left by the 50,000 vacant shops in Britain’s town centres while simultaneously providing youth with retail space to try out new ideas.
Chris Searson of Smart Cookie shares his experience of getting started in international trade.