Meet the Welsh SMEs who are proving that Wales is anything but a risky place to run a business, here are some of the disruptors and the SME success stories fighting the good fight.
The US and EU are working towards a future of zero-tariff trade. But this news has sparked an intriguing question: could we be heading towards a free trade world? If so, what would this mean for the UK?
Despite export figures being at an all-time high, concerns over investment and regulation are holding many would-be exporters back. Here’s why.
A few slices of pizza cures many ills, but can it also serve up a much-needed boost to management skills?
The advantages of expanding overseas are vast – but things can quickly go wrong. Here, Rick Hammell, the CEO of Elements Global Services, highlights the common reasons why international expansion fails.
UK businesses are being encouraged to look in all directions to take advantage of globalisation and boost sales – West to the US, South to Australia, East to Asia and North to Scandinavia. But we shouldn’t forget to look upwards.
More employee-owned businesses would improve UK productivity, enhance the resilience of regional economies, and motivate more engaged employees, says a new report co-authored by professor Joseph Lampel from Alliance MBS.
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.
A repeat of March’s strong set of labour statistics was going to be a long shot, some exclaimed. Yet despite weak GDP figures, this is exactly what happened in April.
“Get the job done”. It’s a simple phrase as old as the hills. Unfortunately, for many, it isn’t proving to be that easy to follow.
David “two brains” Willetts and his doughty team mates at something with Orwellian title of The Intergenerational Commission has spent two years coming to blindingly obvious conclusions.
SMEs trading for less than five years are nearly four times as likely to predict significant growth in the next three months than those trading for ten or more years.