Famed VC firm Andreessen Horowitz has published the 16 tech trends that it is most excited about.
According to the headlines, this time of the year brings doom and gloom for those that fall under the dreaded self-assessment bracket. Unfortunately, the reports aren’t far from the truth.
Silly putty, margarine and instant coffee. It might be strange to believe, but we have some of the world's largest military forces to thank for them! Throughout history, military strategists have called for products to be made, even if they hadn't been used until years later, which have trickled down to consumer use. Here's ten products/services you may not have known were created because of a war.
Immigration lawyer Katrina Cooper provides detailed advice for employers wishing to hire skilled, non-EEA migrants in the UK.
We all make fun of menus, adverts and other forms of branding produced by naïve non-English speakers which contain unintentional double entendres, absurd grammatical mistakes and more. But what about the English words which do not work in other languages?
Navigating the shipping market can be a daunting task for SMEs. Here are eight quirky rules about exporting to be aware of.
Santander and social enterprise Cause4 have teamed up to launch the Breakthrough Programme, which is designed to support female entrepreneurs and SMEs, with growth capital loans available to businesses with annual turnover of £500,000 up to £50 million.
Quantitative easing is a term often combined with buzzwords such as “treasuries”, “bonds”, “inflation” and “lending”, but all boils down to a couple of fairly simple principles.
Up to 8,000 businesses in Tech City will have the opportunity to “supercharge growth,” as Virgin Media Business has “vowed to transform internet connectivity” in London's digital hub.
Led by strong demand at home and very modest growth in export orders, British manufacturers saw a rise in the volume of total new orders.
The producer behind brands including Mr Kipling, Ambrosia and Oxo has reported a 4.6 per cent fall in sales and 3.5 per cent dip in its “power brands”.