Finance directors may be tasked with managing a business’ cash, but a siloed working approach is a thing of the past. An FD Surgery panel explains why company culture is a key consideration.
Author Letitia Booty
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As this year’s winners of the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise are announced, we offer up a who’s who of past winners across the innovation, international trade and sustainable development categories.
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The Royal College of Physicians opened its doors this week to entrepreneurial finance directors from around the country to explore the hot-button issues for small businesses. From cash flow forecasting and VAT reclaim to GDPR and cyber-crime, it was a day packed full of sage advice.
Michael Corrigan, co-founder of Scottish travel pillow manufacturer Trtl shares his ecommerce success story from the sidelines of the latest edition of Amazon Academy in Glasgow.
Female entrepreneurs are less likely to ask for funding, and ask for smaller amounts when they do. How can we encourage take-up?
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