There is a growing number of women across the UK who are going into business for themselves to create successful enterprises. We've spoken to three of them to discuss why they started up and how they managed the often troubling financial side of things.
The Church of England said it had “a moral responsibility” to act on environmental issues, and has updated its climate change policy to cut investments in fossil fuel companies.
Just six days remain until the general election on 7 May. Ecommerce specialist Philip Rooke has explained exactly why he wants a government with global awareness and how developments will impact UK citizens – especially as tech and innovation are driving business opportunities worldwide.
Microsoft announced a whole host of new developer tools at its second keynote of the year, but Twitter was more preoccupied with the unveiling of its facial recognition website.
The UK's SMEs are preparing to collectively spend £53bn on improving their digital capabilities in the next two years, according to a study from Santander Corporate & Commercial.
Comedian Sandi Toksvig claimed she quit Radio 4's News Quiz in order to “participate” in politics – by creating the Women’s Equality Party.
To generate real results and accomplish long-term goals over social media, businesses need to make a regular commitment to marketing and customer engagement on social media. Real Business delved into the two secrets behind Ford's digital success: its social media policy and strategy.
Creative England and Crowdfunder have partnered on a short film campaign that will jumpstart independent filmmakers with a share of £100,000, while also allowing them to secure additional finance through crowdfunding.
A new study has revealed that 29 per cent of small and medium-sized businesses across the UK don't have a business plan in place.
Millions of British businesses have admitted to being “baffled” by their energy bills and having no idea whether they are paying too much to their suppliers or not.