British companies are trailing behind US counterparts when it comes to developing mobile app campaigns to generate new revenue, according to research company Opinion Matters, which surveyed development directors from across both countries.
Having covered research demonstrating how a one per cent uptick in the UK’s scale-up population could result in a further 238,000 jobs and £38bn economic boost inside three years, Real Business looks at the key to unlocking this route and speaks to a business which has already achieved it.
As everyone knows – word of mouth is a powerful marketing tool. It can bring customers to you in their droves, but just as easily it can turn them away. So how can you ensure that it’s working effectively for you?
If “man bites dog” is the benchmark for unusual stories then we have a new one: “man hires dog”.
Is entrepreneurship nature or nurture? These nine super-successful entrepreneurs, who all showed signs of business acumen from a young age, seem to have it in their blood.
While game-changers for SMEs, and an important source of production for local and national authorities, public sector contracts are not without their risk.
Here are the HR mistakes that management make time and time again – and how you can avoid making them yourself.
The London Business School is the leading provider of MBA courses on the continent, according to the QS Global 200 Business Schools Report 2014/15, ending France-based INSEAD's ten-year rule.
Greater London Authority assembly member Tony Arbour has produced a set of figures detailing the impact of making the Living Wage compulsory and taken his case to Boris Johnson.
Investors are toasting some big-money exits this year. Perhaps unsurprisingly, tech companies have flooded the list. From Apple's acquisitions of Beats to Facebook and Whatsapp, here are six VC-backed exits – featuring two UK businesses.
A tenfold increase in growth, quadrupling of workforce and a new office marks a pretty good year for LOVESPACE, a company included in the Real Business list of disruptive Future 50 members in February.
Tap and go payments are taking a hold in supermarkets, leading other British retail sectors including fast food, pharmacies, newsagents, hotels, sport and leisure.