Venture capital firm Accel has revealed a new $500m fund that will back entrepreneurs across Europe and Israel, while the UK has been named a “priority market for investment”.
On Thursday 23 June, the UK will vote on whether it wishes to remain in the EU. Karen Bexley, head of employment law at MLP Law, takes a look at the Brexit debate and gives comment on some of the potential changes to employment law following the referendum.
Continuing on with our exclusive series of articles with Santander, profiling some of the most exciting new export markets for growing SMEs, Alicia Ferrero Vega, Poland country specialist at the bank, explains why there is so much potential in the Central European nation.
Connectivity, venture capital, diversity, community and more – we take an in-depth look at the various factors and accomplishments that make London deserving of the “business capital of Europe” label.
European bank share prices have been under significant pressure, with weak investor sentiment being accentuated by the Bank of Japan's decision to apply negative interest rates on excess reserves.
The venture market, the culture for entrepreneurship and the availability of talent across Europe is all aligning to make 2016 look like a great year. But what are the investment and tech trends to be aware of
According to Altius Associates, one of the biggest global challenges facing investors in 2016 will be how private equity fund managers deal with the highest level of dry powder ever recorded while still delivering returns in proportion with private equity risk.
In 2015 chancellor George Osborne claimed Britain should “run towards China” to help boost the UK economy. Just four months later, a report highlighted the nation was becoming a key force in the M&A market – with the UK topping the list when it came to Chinese investment.
Nearly one-third of the UK SMEs have delayed their investment plans following problems in Greece and subsequent uncertainty in Europe.
Black Friday sales are expected to pass the £1.5bn milestone in Europe for the first time this year, but Britain is set to dominate the shopping frenzy by accounting for two-thirds of the spend, according to VoucherCodes.co.uk owner RetailMeNot.
Salary, holidays, productivity… how much does the UK have in common with Europe
The Safe Harbour agreement, which allows the transatlantic sharing of data, has recently been ruled illegal by the European Court of Justice (ECJ).