Having recently been appointed as a business advisor to Labour London mayor candidate Sadiq Khan, RationalFX and Xendpay founder and CEO Rajesh Agrawal explains why the relationship between business and politics, though sometimes troubled, is a vital one.
While flexible working has become an increasingly popular topic of conversation in the business space, it pays to know which facets are more effective than others. Real Business quizzed four growth company leaders on what has worked for them.
The Conservative government has unveiled plans to “remake and enhance” the accounting principles for US and Japanese companies moving to Britain, giving businesses up to four years to comply.
With a new government in place, and in the run up to our annual First Women Awards, the latest Real Business focus will centre on discussing what kind of gender bias still exists – and what can be done to arrest this.
Another pre-election hot potato has landed on George Osborne’s desk today in the form of a report from OECD – the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.
George Osborne is not going to want to do anything too controversial given the forthcoming General Election in May 2015, but does need to address some clear issues relating to public finances.
Small businesses believe government policies are no help to them, as one in ten firms expect to close by the end of 2013
Tory business minister, Michael Fallon announced a new reform, "One-in, two-out", in his drive to deregulate Britain.
SMEs worldwide do not trust their local economies or government, but are, however, still planning for growth.