Whilst some studies have said that British SMEs are in the throes of growth despite Brexit uncertainties, others say more and more businesses are reporting complications because of it. Who is right” Moreover, are these conflicting studies and opinions a larger metaphor for our confused outlook on the economic effects of Brexit itself
Andrew Silverman from “My Life My Say” talks Brexit and promoting diversity in business.
As any successful entrepreneur will tell you, what might look like a setback today can end up being a blessing tomorrow.
Fears that the economy has hit a turning point have been raised as optimism amongst UK businesses falters.
The re-emergence of geo-economics comes at a time when many states in the developed world – including Europe and the US – faced with high levels of public debt and weak domestic support are choosing to project power through economics rather than military force. This, in turn, is weakening multilateral institutions designed to safeguard the free flow of trade and investment and is giving rise to four trends that could potentially reverse globalisation.
The business group said membership of a reformed EU is the best way to compete on the global stage.
Real Business is highlighting the benefits to Britain of its migrant entrepreneurs and workforce.
Real Business talks to Amit Bhatia about football, investments and his plans to bring a new energy to the very traditional construction industry
The UK's economy grew by an estimated 0.6 per cent in the last quarter – could this promising performance be a sign of things to come
Exports have reached their highest level since 2007, according to a new report by the British Chambers of Commerce.
If Britain wants to remain a major economic force, it needs to plan for the future. How are we going to beat growing unemployment” Martin Leuw has four ideas.