“What happens when Amazon believes they can price a flight to New York better than an airline?” British Airways CEO Alex Cruz explains.
We caught up with Karen Riddick, the founder of Second Nature, at Amazon Academy Glasgow last week to find out how she stores her stock to sell to a global audience.
Four experts from DC Advisory explore the sure-fire growth strategies every business needs to implement when eyeing international expansion.
This year’s Amazon Academies programme kicked off in style this week, as the global tech firm gathered Scottish SME owners together in Glasgow to provide free, practical advice on ways to scale their ventures through ecommerce and exports.
When you’re starting out in business, you are unhindered by the legacy of previous systems and processes. Working from a blank piece of paper, you are free to be agile and creative to push forward your innovative ideas.
Unlocking the “digital potential” of Britain’s rural businesses by increasing connectivity and removing constraints around ecommerce could add up to £26.4bn to the rural economy annually, a new study has found.
When starting a business, how much of a difference does it really make where you are based? Real Business takes a look at what it’s like to get entrepreneurial in Glasgow and how SMEs can use the power of digital to reach customers around the world.
Following news that reality TV star Kylie Jenner wiped $1.3bn off the value of Snap’s share price, we look at some other instances of digital disturbance.
The 2018 line-up for Amazon’s Academy programme has been announced, with Glasgow, Newcastle and Cardiff bringing businesses looking to grow in the digital economy together.
Brand design agency Bulletproof was recognised at the Amazon Growing Business Awards last year as the Creative Industries Business of the Year. We found out why.
For businesses looking to sell online, websites such as Amazon Marketplace can work wonders. Founder of Lavolio confectionery, Lavinia Davolio, explains how she gets her products noticed.
Rural companies want to harness digital technology for growth, but finding people with the correct skills is proving to be difficult.