Britain flies a formidable flag for start-ups but we are only one of many nations seeking to capture international entrepreneurs.
As the grip of this long winter starts to fade, it is the business community that is showing the way to warmer climes ahead. It seems that Britain is on track to create some 500,000 firms this year.
Liverpool’s waterfront provided a stunning backdrop for prime minister David Cameron to launch Britain’s business pitch to the world today.
Returned to office after a gruelling two years on the road, Obama is on top of the world. But what does it means for UK businesses?
According to the triumphant headlines of the BBC we are “officially” out of recession.
In an inspiring week, Michael Hayman, chairman of MADE: The Entrepreneur Festival, learned what makes entrepreneurs stick together and reach new heights at every opportunity.
Pessimism will not lead to business growth, not to economic recovery, not to jobs, to success, to profit, or to innovation – it's time to shake off our woeful melancholy and put the "great" back into Great Britain.
Autumn is coming; that means new opportunities for business after the summer's tranquility. To prepare, think about this: the only way to success is the constant striving for self-improvement.
Winston Churchill once famously said: "If you find a job you love, you'll never work again." Words, they can delight and inspire, at times engage and at others enrage.
There's no keeping calm and carrying on in the UK these days.: the nation is losing its cool under the disappointment over having lost a wealth they thought was rightfully theirs.
Lord Young's new government initiative to encourage young people into business ownership starts today. Michael Hayman gives us an overview of what that means for business.
Businesses shouldn't hang grimly on to their best ideas; they should share them as widely as possible. Find out why sharing ideas will boost your business.