Facebook has announced that it is organising another series of small business meet ups in the US, which will take place during the summer and autumn of 2015.
When my co-founder Adam Clark and I launched the Reading-based startup accelerator hub ConnectTVT just under a year ago, we had a super-simple mission: to put the Thames Valley back on the tech cluster map.
While Prince George may have generated £390m for the British economy, UK retailers are hoping Kate Middleton will give birth to a baby girl with the belief that a royal princess would be even more lucrative and “outshine” her big brother.
STV News has predicted the Scottish National Party (SNP) will take every seat in Scotland at the general election, using a poll conducted by Ipsos-MORI.
Bargain-hunting British consumers are increasingly reliant on deal websites to make transactions, as a study has found a record £16.5bn was spent through the channels in 2014.
Most dread the regular hikes in train fares – not to mention the commute itself. So, you might forgive others for choosing a different mode of transport if they have the option to skip the stress and delays.
Britain’s top entrepreneurs have made five “pleas” to the next government ahead of the general election on 7 May, and cutting corporation tax to fuel economic growth has come out as the top desire.
Joss Davidge, director of the unexpected at live brand experience agency Because, explains why entrepreneurs and business leaders shouldn't necessarily be worried when an unexpected fork appears on the company's roadmap.
Ahead of the general election, Real Business has been hearing from business leaders on what will be impacting on their voting decision. Next line is Mark Sandall, joint MD at Andrew Granger & Co, property and planning specialists in the East Midlands.
New research exploring European workers' attitudes towards their daily journey found that commuting proved to be a bigger source of stress in their lives than work itself.
Nearly three-quarters of British SMEs do not fully understand the cost benefits of going green and developing environmentally-sound policies.
Plans for Innis & Gunn to open a new brewery in South East Scotland have been unveiled, including the launch of a mini-bond to raise funds.