One of Britain's biggest business spectacles for a generation gets underway, showcasing British enterprise and the opportunities the UK has to offer to the world.
Inward investment projects into the UK rose by 15 per cent last year, as it retained its position as Europe's foremost destination for global investors while simultaneously increasing its market share.
Businesses can now bid for their share of a £100m Government fund to back Britain's manufacturing supply chains.
The value of the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) increased by 23 per cent in the 12 months to April 2014.
Today we're excited to launch the Growing Business Awards 2014, a recognition of Britain's most exciting and entrepreneurial growing businesses.
With even the UK government getting behind flexible working, now is the time to start seriously considering it as an option for your business. But what are the benefits and which industries does it really suit?
Giles Palmer, CEO for social media analytics company Brandwatch, offers his advice on what you really need to know about the digital world and how to bluff your way through the rest.
Right now, across the country, thousands of young people are sitting row upon row in school halls taking their GCSEs.
London's Silicon Roundabout remains the top area in the country for new startups, with the EC1V postcode generating 15,620 new businesses in the year ending March 2013.
Stakeholder relationship management is not necessarily a new concept, but like so many things in the world of 21st century business, we seem to have adopted a label for it.
The Government has “named and shamed” 25 employers who have breached minimum wage rules as a result of a new regime introduced in October last year.