Finance veteran Frank Mukahanana worked in the industry for over 13 years, including stints at big names like Morgan Stanley and Credit Suisse. He then setup his own ethical fintech disruptor QuidCycle in 2013. The company has gone from strength to strength and has been named in the Everline Future 50 2016.
It's the moment every entrepreneur dreams of, when someone comes along and offers you a nine-figure amount for the company you've shed blood, sweat and tears for. So you'll probably be a bit surprised that my co-founder and I turned it down – but here I explain exactly why.
The referendum deciding on our future status in the European Union is now under four months away, and it's time the powers that be know the SME community's views on the topic.
With the population of individuals in possession of assets worth over $30m declining in 2015, we’ve highlighted the wealthiest regions around the globe, which comes ahead of the ultra-rich’s huge predicted resurgence.
The number of trademark oppositions has jumped significantly in recent years according to information released by the UK’s Intellectual Property Office (IPO), in many cases by as much as 15-17 per cent each year. As such, bosses need to learn how to protect their brands.
UK interactive video startup Smartzer, which creates shoppable clips, has secured a $250,000 investment to take total funding to $650,000. We spoke with founder and CEO Karoline Gross about the milestone, winning big name clients including Marks & Spencer and Puma, and life in a male-dominated sector.
FIFA is hoping that years of corruption scandals and turbulence will finally be brought to an end by the election of a new president. But according to former football player Louis Saha, the move won't solve anything.
Alarmingly, 73 per cent of Brits have been unable to name a single female in tech, but reality TV star Kim Kardashian has come out on top of the industry’s innovative women thanks to her apps.
We’re marching steadily, and increasingly rapidly, towards a world where the Internet of Things is built into each aspect of everyday life and data defines the business winners from the losers – so we need to be ready for it.
As the use of mobile devices by employees increases, so too do the risks to businesses of data breaches and a failure to comply with the Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA).
Despite its basic meaning, growth is actually rather complicated – after all, what it means to you could be different to board members. That’s precisely why business leaders should be careful they do not to start running before the company can walk.
While we often hear about government-backed trade missions to far-flung corners on the globe, what actually happens while companies are away and does anything happen off the back of them? Real Business was granted exclusive access to find out more.