Due to their risk-averse nature, female entrepreneurs are more likely to set up a successful business, according to new research from Kleinwort Benson and YouGov.
Technology is plugging its way into every aspect of our lives and disrupting the boundaries of work and leisure. This means discarding the old definitions of work and productivity – and making the office obsolete.
Prospective London mayoral candidate Ivan Massow writes for Real Business about the criticisms of business presence at Pride in London and the commonalities between entrepreneurship and the gay rights movement.
My all-time favourite quote is Oscar Wilde's famous: "you may as well, be yourself as everyone else has been taken.”
Men are much more likely to take a risk in order to fulfil their professional ambitions and build their business more quickly and on a much bigger scale,
If you don't treat your customers with respect, it will come back to haunt you. Chris Barling shares a lesson about humility.
An advocate for optimism, Charlie Mullins vows not to let the headline numbers scare him.
Through years in the tough world of corporate finance, Jo Haigh found out that being kind and positive is much more profitable…
Although motivating employees is a key part of the success of any business, a University of California’s Haas School of Business, report found that happiness has more to do with respect from your colleagues than cash.
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.
Confidence, growth and finance has not improved for UK businesses this quarter. The Federation of Small Businesses' latest data shows a need for alternative funding.
2012 is not over yet, but this year we already showed what we are capable of. Nick Giles reflects on the achievements of the past few weeks.