Bec Howard, co-founder of The Five Gateways, reveals the three limiting beliefs she believes are holding back today's female business builders.
The pressures facing financial directors seem to grow on a daily basis and with these pressures come extra responsibilities. Today, FDs play a greater role in the strategic direction of their businesses, while still needing to manage everyday financial tasks that take up so much of their time.
Despite what should be its most lucrative period of sales, British chocolate retailer has become the latest business to issue a profit warning and warned that full-year earnings will be down over the previous period.
Acquisitions are a great way of ramping up growth but, as Faegre Baker Daniels associate Nicholas Jennings explains, it pays to know what regulation like stamp duty means for corporate finance deals.
Romania is receiving more recognition from the international business world, and it could be just a couple of years until the UK’s East London hub of tech startup innovation has found a new European home.
Following the government’s autumn statement announcement to commit £45m to UK exporters, Phil Couchman, CEO of DHL Express UK and Ireland, discusses the future of exporting in 2015.
Using an overweight bearded man with a penchant for red as a company figurehead has paid off – at least for British toy manufacturers, which have experienced an export spike of 25 per cent between October and December 2013.
There are only two more "windows" to open on our Christmas Countdown advent offering, with today's featuring a Dragons' Den scandal and biggest business collapses of 2014.
As every company and job are considered digital today, there's a responsibility to bridge the divide in UK schools, colleges and universities with a technology ecosystem, preventing the country from stifling potential and failing youngsters.
For one column only, The City Grump becomes The Christmas Grump and explains why they are hoping for an EU-free new year for all.
The surge in new business creation shows no signs of abating, with 2014 figures already surpassing those from the previous year.