New statistics show that Brexit Britain might not be the isolationist graveyard some thought, with UK businesses taking a global approach and startup leaders encountering a healthy funding climate.
With Black Panther becoming the largest IMAX release in February and the cinema giant set to increase its global footprint, Real Business sought to learn more about IMAX’s future and ever-evolving state from its Europe and Asia senior vice president.
Despite the ongoing uncertainty around Brexit, and the value of sterling, UK SMEs are operating in a dynamic and exciting business environment where expansion is a viable option.
The challenges, pitfalls and potential solutions bosses should consider when thinking of business expansion in Europe post-Brexit.
Deliveroo may have faced some heavy losses of late, but it ploughed on with its fundraising endeavour, securing itself the title of fastest-growing tech business in the UK.
John Savage has big plans for his heating and plumbing business but has hit a road block when it comes to finding the requisite people to hire, a recruitment headache he’s hoping won’t persist.
After the financial crisis, the Bank of England sought to relax financial barriers in a bid to foster competition. This gave rise to challengers such as Atom Bank, most of which have seen substantial success thanks to a reliance on mobile.
Canvassing the views of 1,580 CFOs and FDs across 19 European countries, Deloitte found UK businesses to be more optimistic when compared to the months after the referendum vote.
Crowdfunding meets co-working as Crowdcube has tied up with WeWork to achieve its European growth ambitions, with the US and Far East also in sight.
The major shift in the political landscape on both sides of the pond has also had a profound impact on the decision for many businesses on whether or not to expand their operations and begin international trading overseas.
Hailed as a “truly momentous decision” by transport secretary Chris Grayling, the government’s go-ahead of Heathrow’s third runway has delivered a succinct and clear message to global brands and advertisers – that the UK is open for business.
Entrepreneur Ed Cooke used a chance trip to the Aloha state Hawaii to reflect on why hard work and long hours aren’t helpful to growing a company.