What do you need to know to build a business that will achieve a successful exit?
One of the most common objectives for many businesses this year is to obtain a better local presence. Here are four ways to get started.
The Internet Advertising Bureau (IAB) UK has introduced new guidelines to businesses to ensure consumers have more understanding when they're viewing advertisements that are in a native-style format.
If the Conservative party are returned to power after the 7 May general election, David Cameron has pledged to commit £1bn for the cultivation of a mid-market business sector –similar to the Mittelstand businesses found in Germany.
Crowdfunding has just seen its third European healthcare company step up to the plate this week. Following in the footsteps of medical diagnostics company EyeBrain and Scottish-based Parkinson’s disease research firm Parkure, Cell Therapy raises a record amount of money, highlighting the latest trend of biotech investment.
In his latest report, Lord Young reminds us that when he was first asked by the prime minister “to report on small firms in 2011 the only other report was the 1971 Bolton report”. It portrayed a vastly different image of what awaited small businesses.
Julie Kenny, chair and chief executive of Rotherham-based security alarm manufacturer Pyronix, believes the government should look seriously at slashing the cost of university fees by as much as 50 per cent for engineering students – but only if they join the industry immediately after graduation.
When a group of friends came together four years ago and started a brewery in the arches of a railway, they never in their “wildest dreams” imagined they’d be responsible for making 150,000 pints a week.
Model train maker Hornby achieved a five per cent year-on-year sales growth in Q3, while sales in its native UK rose by seven per cent.
Enterprise advisor Lord Young has today published a review on “the changing face of business over the past five years”. In it he heralds the beginning of the small business 'golden era'.
A survey has looked at the career aspirations of young women aged 18-25, and hairdressing has secured the top spot.
Perhaps we don't need a survey to tell us that come Sunday people wish the weekend wasn't over, but according to reed.co.uk 22.9m Brits actually "suffer" from something called 'Sunday night fear'.