Although several of Back to the Future II's predictions fell through, we did end up getting hoverboards, wearable technology and video calls. As such, Real Business tried to find out what the world of 2045 will look like.
If your dreams of running your own business are frustrated by the notion that you have to meticulously brainstorm to come up with a brilliant new idea, think again. Inspiration can often hit at the oddest moments – as was made evident by these seven founders.
Soon-to-launch music streaming device Electric Jukebox has the backing of the British government, international celebrities and corporate giants – but attempting such a venture without a decade in the industry would have been hopeless, company founder Rob Lewis told Real Business.
There is a huge misconception around the term “family business”. The words seems inextricably linked to the idea of small business; of Mum and Dad toiling round the clock in a corner shop or the reluctant son pressed into service as an apprentice butcher.
Property costs can hinder an otherwise successful business. Here are six ways that business owners can minimise their property costs.
As the Modern Slavery Act 2015 comes into effect, what actions do businesses need to take
Taking your food business online is not rocket science. Follow these six easy tips to get started.
Bloom & Wild co-founder Aron Gelbard looks at the increasing importance of packaging design and the role it plays to complete the brand experience.
Businesses that fail to adapt risk being left behind. Is the answer constant innovation
Many SMEs focus their efforts on selling to large clients, but Aditya Sanghi argues it is more lucrative to look at the larger SME market.
During a sharing economy conference, Tech City chair Eileen Burbidge delivered a keynote and said it's foolhardy to simply say the next Facebook or Google will come from the UK, explaining that Britain has all of the ingredients for more than that – to lead digital innovation.
The inventor of the bagless vacuum cleaner, James Dyson, has accused rivals Bosch and Siemens of cheating consumers with misleading energy-efficiency ratings for products.