As London mayor Boris Johnson heads to Singapore to promote the financial technology sector, new figures show that investment in the space has tripled during the last year.
Real Business speaks to legendary British entrepreneur and owner of adult nightclubs, Peter Stringfellow, discussing his extensive and diverse work experience, partying with The Beatles, thoughts on David Cameron and government red tape, and why he doesn't want to be likened to Playboy's Hugh Hefner.
As the Bank of England shines a 'beacon into the sky' akin to Batman's bat signal for improved productivity among manufacturers, SMEs in London and the South East answer the call.
The number of new businesses opening in October 2014 was the third highest since the recession started, with 51,460 new businesses incorporated with Companies House, according to statistics released today.
A total of 25 employers have been 'named and shamed' for failing to pay workers National Minimum Wage. And along with the list business minister Jo Swinson sent a gentle reminder: “All workers are entitled to the minimum wage. This isn’t a generous gesture, this is the law.”
Publishing Technology CEO Michael Cairns shares his views on how to best target large companies and demonstrate how your products and services can enhance their businesses.
British firms are at risk from wearable devices, which could put data in the hands of thieves, according to a report from Trend Micro.
A new report from the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) singled out six of the UK’s most promising engineering and technology industries where the UK is already among the global leaders. But does Britain have enough talent to retain that position in the near future
Starting 6 July 2015, businesses need to have registered all employee share schemes with HMRC and filed online returns in relation to them. However, lawyers warn that many SMEs are still unaware of the penalties involved.
International trade opens many great opportunities for ambitious UK SMEs. Whether looking to export brilliant products or services, or import specialist items for the UK high street – there is much success to be had by strategically casting a business eye abroad.
Robots replacing employees may seem like a far-fetched plotline from a sci-fi movie, but new research predicts that one in three UK jobs will be lost to computers and robots within 20 years.
In the run up to Christmas, stores are busier than usual. For retailers, this means they need to be extra vigilant that customers do not slip or trip on their premises. Here is how to protect yourself.