Whether it’s finding the right markets, currency volatility or economic uncertainty, we?d like to know what road blocks stand in the way of thinking globally and embracing international trade.
The uncertainty surrounding Brexit ? exactly when the government will invoke Article 50 and what sort of deal the UK will get from the EU ? is causing many SMEs to look beyond the historically easy pickings of the EU and towards the wider world for international trade.
While British politicians believe the UK is an entrepreneurial heavyweight, new research has shown that initiatives such as Silicon Roundabout are less well known on a global scale.
Michael Gould, founder and CTO at business planning and modelling business Anaplan, shares his experience of growing the business and advocates thinking on worldwide basis from the very beginning.
The government should help businesses improve employees' foreign language skills through tax breaks or grants, according to a leading entrepreneur in the space.
Dyson said soaring Asian demand had helped lift profits, but the business still needs to fill 300 vacant engineering roles to work on new projects.
From the traditional designations of Shoreditch and Silicon Valley to the less well-trodden hubs of Osaka and Santiago, new research has revealed the “hippest” places to have an office address.
As one of the fastest-growing digital companies in the world, Real Business wanted to find out how Airbnb was growing operations in the UK and Europe. After securing an invitation to its Shoreditch base, we found out just what the team and new country manager James McClure were up to.
With Valentines Day 2015 marking a decade since YouTube was set up by American trio Steve Chen, Chad Hurley and Jawed Karim, its impact on the internet is phenomenal – but what about the business world.
Although UK business communities are beginning to come back to life, we still have a long way to go. With London’s housing crisis and a troubling youth unemployment rate, there is much work yet to be done—work that will require initiative on the part of government and private industry alike.
London has stolen New York's crown as the top spot for business, finance and culture for the first time.
Britain flies a formidable flag for start-ups but we are only one of many nations seeking to capture international entrepreneurs.