It said that the board and shareholders of Jack Wills had decided not to pursue an IPO after “a detailed review of growth opportunities”, and that current boss Wendy Becker had decided to step down as a result.
Alternative finance is an increasingly important means for small companies to get ahead and there has been some encouraging news from three of the challenger banks this week.
The final summer bank holiday takes place on 31 August and 79 per cent of Brits are set to make the most of it by eating out over the three-day weekend, according to VoucherCodes.co.uk.
According to Companies House data, analysed by O2 Business, August 28th was the day 4,794 new businesses were created in 2014 – more than any other day in 2014.
Graham Carberry, MD of defence and security at Livingstone Corporate Finance, talks about the rise of cyber due diligence and why it is important for businesses that are going into a sale to have a robust IT system.
Consumers across the UK are set to explore the country and 4.8m people are planning an overnight stay during the bank holiday weekend, which will result in £1.2bn generated for the British economy.
The psychology of colour as it relates to persuasion is one of the most interesting – and most controversial – aspects of marketing. With this in mind, PrintUK.com discusses how the use colour can prove beneficial to brands.
Alternative snacks are growing faster than the overall savoury snacks market, as lentil crisps and popcorn lead consumer demand.
iZettle, the company that enables small business owners to process card transactions via their mobiles, has secured a €60m Series D investment to expand its services with the introduction of a lending division.
The latest quarterly CBI service sector survey showed the services sector is bouncing back after a weak start in 2015.
Co-founder of Crowdcube, Darren Westlake talks about launching Crowdcube, the world’s first investment crowdfunding platform, the challenges he and his co-founder faced and how they overcame them.
According to the Barclays Wealth Prosperity Map, the number of British millionaires has increased by 41 per cent since the start of the decade to 715,000 – with every region seeing a growth in wealthy people.