The Virgin Media Business Pitch to Rich 2015 competition finale has taken place in Shoreditch. On the judging panel, which included the likes of Richard Branson and Jo Malone, sat international male model David Gandy.
One of the biggest battles for pressurized SME’s during the recession years has been to get pricing right.
James Jameson, VP product strategy at Rivo, explores why environmental, health and safety is now considered essential by investors – who actively examine the performance of businesses in this space, before making their investment decisions.
Prospective London mayoral candidate Ivan Massow writes for Real Business about the criticisms of business presence at Pride in London and the commonalities between entrepreneurship and the gay rights movement.
London's tech industry was declared omnipotent during London Technology Week. But for all of the headline-snatching statistics that show the sector's success, Britain's retail industry is the fastest growing, which makes it the one to watch.
A new survey has found that over two-thirds of UK managers agreed that politeness was costing their companies money.
Kate Lester, CEO and founder of Diamond Logistics, is a businesswoman on a mission to revolutionise the UK logistics industry, we found out in the aftermath of our First Women Awards recognition.
Accounts filed at Companies House revealed that Amazon's UK business made a profit of £34.4m in the 12 months to 31 December and paid corporation tax of £11.9m.
The Real Business Hot 100 2015 list, showcasing Britain's brightest businesses, suggested that we might be seeing a move away from London and the South East as the dominant forces of the UK economy.
Looking back throughout the history of The Hot 100, it has been made undeniably clear that the mid-market sector, Britain’s version of Germany’s “Mittelstand”, has always played a critical role in driving economic growth.
It’s that time of year again, when the team at Real Business brings you the 100 businesses in the UK which are not only showing innovation and dedication to customers, but have the profits and revenues to back it up.
Since being established in 1980 by John Hays, Hays Travel has gone on to open 100 branches nationwide. Its late 2013 acquisition of Bath Travel – the south’s largest independent travel agent – reinforced the company’s position as the leading independent travel agent in the UK.