A new study has proven SMEs harnessing digital technology to support business operations are growing faster than those that are not, making it abundantly clear it is time for the latter companies to try new methods in order to supercharge services and achieve scale.
Businesses across the UK require 134,000 new tech specialists annually, and digital apprenticeships have been hailed as the “key weapon” to unlock rapid business growth in all industries.
When the London Stock Exchange’s Alternative Investment Market was launched 20 years ago today it had only ten companies worth an aggregate market value of £82m. Fast-forward and over 3,500 companies have floated raising more than £90bn.
A recent OC&C Strategy Consultant study, which analyses the fastest-growing retailers in the UK and the biggest Western retail markets (the US, France, the Nordics, Germany and the Netherlands), revealed that the UK has been a retail growth hotspot.
Driven by the manufacturing of motor vehicles, transport equipment and food, the value of total UK manufacturer’s product sales increased to £355bn from £342bn in 2012. But which sectors do we attribute this growth to?
A fast growth survey from Barclays quizzed owners and chiefs of British tech companies to find that they're set to grow four times faster than the GDP in 2015.
Caroline Gowing and Vicky Matthews, founders of personal assistant company Pink Spaghetti, on why they’re growing their business slowly.
Britain's digital economy is bigger than previously thought, new research shows.
Only three of the top 20 postcodes for new business generation are located outside London.
UKFast founder Lawrence Jones explains why, just like athletes, entrepreneurs need to train their body and mind in order to perform at an optimum level over a long period of time.
Paul Lindley started organic baby food business Ella’s Kitchen in 2006 and has built it into a $70m turnover brand. Now, with the might of America’s Hain Celestial behind him, he’s planning on creating a global giant. Here are his four tips for stratospheric growth.
Real Business has identified the 20 UK retailers that are defying the downturn, with super-smart tactics and awesome growth.