Being a military veteran can carry a number of negative stigmas. However, they have a multitude of transferable skills which are ideal for the commercial world.
After years of protecting our borders and keeping peace, the return to civilian life can be difficult for many military veterans. A new awards programme recognises British ex-forces in business, shining a light on a unique group of business owners with an incomparable set of skills.
This year, the winners of some of the most prestigious awards for UK businesses, the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise, will be revealed on 21 April.
Black tie dress code and glamorous locations, industry awards are a great opportunity for business promotion – but only if targeted in the right way.
The UK is full of inspiring and healthily-growing companies and Real Business will shine a light on the achievements of such firms through our Amazon Growing Business Awards 2017 in a period mired with uncertainty.
Leading the way in celebrating the many achievements of exceptional women in Britain, the 2017 First Women Awards winners were a feast of excellence.
Real Business and Caspian Media were victorious at the first Awards Awards, with the Amazon Growing Business Awards beating off strong competition.
While not based in a sector you’d traditionally associate with an accelerator programme, John Savage explains why Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses felt right for him.
Describing his business, Hunterlodge Advertising, as approaching client work back to front, Rob Hunter will have fascinating insights for Founders Diaries.
There are only two weeks left to nominate for this year’s Amazon Growing Business Awards, where an exclusive judging panel will decide which companies are deserving of its illustrious prizes.
Real Business has continued to grow, attracting an audience of 191,856 in March 2016 during its annual ABC audit – surpassing the 124,623 browsers recorded during the same month in 2015.
From the company founder looking to take on the taboo period and incontinence market to a British novelist, the 2016 First Women Awards reveals 74 remarkable finalists tearing down conventions and reshaping British business.