As Bitcoin ATMs and payment options spring up in London and around the UK the government has declared itself as a supporter of Britain’s burgeoning financial technology sector.
Nearly two-thirds of London’s small businesses are trading overseas, with 33 per cent thinking of setting up a base or office abroad, according to Avanta Serviced Office Group.
In recent news we've seen CEOs pass on the baton after they've seen their company to safety from the turmoil that was the recession. But they don't always leave the company. Instead, they demote themselves, or, in the case of Tinder's Sean Rad, the decision gets made for them.
We had a look at six promising exports markets that deserve more attention and why you should be thinking about their potential.
From Rolls Royce engines to Newcastle Brown Ale, the UK has a long and decorated history of homemade products that emanate well throughout the world.
In February 2014, the European Parliament approved of plans to create a standard VAT return for European companies. However, a roadblock now stands in their way.
Increased consumer demand for exotically sourced products, such as world-renowned coffee beans and colourful spices, is making trading in emerging markets an attractive option for many businesses.
In a report published yesterday at Innovate 2014, Hermann Hauser set out his recommendations on the future scope of Britain's Catapult network.
“It was a landmark day earlier this year when the last all-male board in the FTSE 100 finally appointed its first woman director,” said professor Susan Vinnicombe CBE, director of the Cranfield International Centre.
The British economy is forfeiting some £18bn due to small businesses being unable to fill job openings with suitable candidates.
Equal Pay Day is fine to raise awareness, but the underlying issues still need to be tackled.
The traditional business suit could become a relic of the past, as more than a third of professionals confess to no longer wearing one to work.