An international survey has said news organisations need to become “more inventive” in an attempt to overhaul a decline in traditional revenue sources.
The owner of a London bakery took to Facebook after getting inundated with order requests when a creative cake it shared caught the attention of the internet.
It seems everybody is doing the crowdfunding thing at the moment. New crowd platforms are popping up everywhere. To avoid being left behind, some business angel networks are partnering up with crowd platforms or even launching into the market themselves.
As London’s Alternative Investment Market (AIM) reaches its 20th birthday, Real Business decided to look back over its eventful history and select the ten businesses we believe show what success can come from listing on the exchange.
In 2014, Cambridge University advertised for a doctor of chocolate to study how and why the substance melted. Now the university is set to get a professor of Lego to develop methods for and understand the way children gain their life skills.
Some 47 per cent of UK professionals believe there is too much useless content floating around on social media, and are increasingly self-aware because of it.
Coffee and cocktail company Grind has teamed up with Crowdcube to encourage amateur investors to “put their money where their mouths are – literally” in a 45-day fundraising campaign to raise £1.5m.
American air travel company Rise, which delivers a private flight sharing service, has revealed plans to expand beyond the US and into Europe with a view to become as disruptive as Uber and Airbnb.
British travel company Thomas Cook is set to launch a joint venture with Chinese firm Fosun International in the hope of tapping into the world’s largest tourism market.