With so much time, money and effort spent on the daily running of the business, marketing can often be the first thing SME owners forego.
With the UK government saying it wants to near double exports to £1 trillion per year by 2020, CEO at lending platform Growth Street, Greg Carter, believes SMEs could be the driving factor behind reaching that target.
Have you heard of Buridan’s ass? Stefano Maifreni, founder and director of Eggcelerate, explains what the term means – and why it relates to Brexit.
Every company is a startup in the beginning. You’re staring down the barrel at a huge market opportunity and big challenges – it’s unavoidable.
Despite corporate change being necessary for growth and innovation, we often try to get in its way. It’s a phenomenon author Susanne Jacobs seeks to explain.
I don’t believe many entrepreneurs hold much stock in the concept of New Year’s resolutions, but I’m pretty sure they love to set themselves a challenge – and here’s one they can take on board.
Family businesses are the mainstay of the UK economy, accounting for more than a third (36%) of employment, and generating over a quarter of UK GDP. But running a family business presents a unique set of challenges.
As part of the Business Growth Programme, the keys to unlock access to finance for fast-growth businesses in London are available.
When you start out as a small business it’s likely that you’ll have established a close-knit company culture, where everyone knows one another and feels like family. The prospect of expanding can thus be daunting for employers looking to retain this atmosphere.
Despite what the media and column inches may suggest, there are several export companies taking business to the next level, as was highlighted in our 2017 Amazon Growing Business Awards.
We all love delving into the past, if not to glean advice then for pure interest’s sake. That was the reasoning behind Aldemore’s most recent analysis, in which it tried to find out when was the best time to start a business.
London may be a magnet for the international wealthy, but British investor and entrepreneur Javad Marandi suggests the best regions to invest in post-Brexit are outside the capital.