Prime minister Theresa May has said we have no choice but to protect our EU facing trade from destruction other than to go along with continuing to be a rule taker from the Brussels superstructure. This is grade 1 nonsense, says Real Business columnist The City Grump.
The high street has seen better days, with insolvencies and store closures arguably being the biggest highlights of June 2018.
The cars exported by Britain rely on many specialist European suppliers. How will Brexit affect the automotive supply chain and UK businesses in the sector? Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS) group director Duncan Brock writes.
COMATCH co-founder Christoph Hardt outlines the challenges and opportunities for British SMES after Brexit from the unique perspective of a German startup.
Being a lifelong Conservative voter I naturally wanted to give prime minister Theresa May the benefit of the doubt. Sadly she has become a figure of derision both at home and abroad. The description of her as naturally robotic, hence “The Maybot”, is all too appropriate.
Glancing back at May 2018, Real Business found that finding the right talent was one of the biggest corporate bug bears – for a variety of reasons.
With gloomy forecasts surrounding the potential impact of Brexit on UK businesses, Rory Dunn, sales director at Portman Asset Finance, explains how the flexibility of asset finance is allowing many companies to buck the trend and achieve real growth.
Real Business speaks with Stephen Maifreni, founder and director of Eggcelerate, about his company’s latest Brexit survey.
British Airways CEO Alex Cruz shares his growth plans as he shakes up one of the most uniquely British brands to compete, collaborate and stay ahead of the curve.
SME owners are mostly sceptical about their exporting opportunities in 2018, according to the UK’s latest export confidence statistics.
While much happened in March 2018, the UK largely focussed on recruitment and ways to retain top and international talent.
With research showing that nearly half of high-skilled EU workers are considering leaving the UK in the next five years, George Koureas, a partner at immigration law firm Fragomen, explains what SME owners can do to retain EU talent.