Think that entrepreneurship is a young person’s game? Well, research suggests that the average age of an entrepreneur heading a high-growth company is 45.
The England team’s achievements are a testament to Gareth Southgate’s leadership qualities, skilfully using his own experiences of success and failure in the sport to create a team that performed under enormous pressure.
Feefo founder Andrew Mabbutt takes a look at the often taboo topic of business rejection and explains why it’s helped shape his entrepreneurial style.
In looking to capitalise on a growing market for his business, Giles Fuchs has come to understand the value of a good management structure early on.
As part of our Fleet For Growing Businesses hub we’re taking a look through the A-Z of key business fleet terms, and the qualifications staff need are a key issue.
Leonardo Hotels has finished refurbishing its first Edinburgh-based establishment. But before opening its doors, additional emphasis was placed on staff training.
Entrepreneurs like Mark Zuckerberg and Evan Spiegel have shown us there is no need for graduates to pay their dues and climb the corporate ladder to succeed in life. This shift in attitude has given rise to the millennial investor.
As a very special anniversary for his business approaches, Rob Hunter talks about the importance different types of business learning have as an entrepreneur matures.
It’s a no brainer that eight big firms, including Aviva, Barclays and Atos, are going to promote the employment of older workers by publishing data about the age of respective workforces – it makes perfect sense.
It doesn’t matter how qualified or experienced you were beforehand, after a long break you may be asking whether you can pick up where you left off. That’s where returnships come in.
For large listed companies, governance guidelines state at least half the board should comprise independent non-executive directors. While the guidelines don’t apply to smaller growing businesses, there are compelling reasons why the right NED appointment makes sense.
A founder often comes to the point where they think about stepping back from the business. We found out what decisions led to bosses hiring an external CEO.