From automating processes to tapping into fintech, 15 finance directors shared their experience using technology to free up their time for strategic planning at the FD Surgery London.
It can be really exciting for a small business with a great idea to take the brave step to launch overseas – but what are the highs and lows for the one holding the purse strings?
Despite a growing awareness of cyber risks amongst businesses, a lack of knowledge about which bespoke protections are increasingly available to SMEs is threatening reputations and, ultimately, profit margins.
Speaking at a round table session at FD Surgery, Neyber’s Monica Kalia explains how SMEs can incentivise and support a financially resilient workforce.
The FD’s Excellence Awards have come around once again, celebrating this year’s brightest and best finance professionals and organisations.
The Royal College of Physicians opened its doors this week to entrepreneurial finance directors from around the country to explore the hot-button issues for small businesses. From cash flow forecasting and VAT reclaim to GDPR and cyber-crime, it was a day packed full of sage advice.
A survey of British business leaders has revealed that over a third would like to see a Brexit reversal over any other growth stimulation technique.
Fresh from holding The FD Surgery in Manchester in November, Real Business followed up with the HR for Finance Directors event on Wednesday 6 December.
Before the FD Surgery 2017 officially commenced, Real Business held a series of exclusive roundtable discussions for intimate insights from financial heads, one of which concentrated on employee spend.
The UK’s most read website for entrepreneurs and SMEs, Real Business, has celebrated its 20th birthday by reaching 237,804 unique monthly visitors.
When it comes to running a business, working capital is crucial, but how does one set out to find out the true wellbeing of the finances?
At the FD Surgery on 17 May, Real Business took a look at how Trump, Brexit and extreme politics are impacting the direction of British businesses.