The ONS has released some interesting data concerning the number and nature of foreign-owned businesses in the UK.
A bi-annual study of the business competitiveness of over 100 cities in ten countries around the world by KPMG has found that the UK is one of the most attractive countries to do business.
When you're exporting and doing business internationally, what is the preferred way to perform international payments? Here is a guide to help you work out what's best for your business.
Foreign-owned mid-size businesses in the UK are under performing when compared with their UK-owned counterparts, a survey from private equity firm Endless LLP suggests.
If you are a small business owner looking to grow in 2014, you would do well to look at China, suggests Emma Jones, founder of small business network Enterprise Nation.
Lord Leigh of Hurley shares his insider knowledge on the second day of Britain's Chinese trade mission.
Mhairi McEwan and Andy Bird, co-founders of Brand Learning, a £17m turnover marketing firm employing 150 staff, reveal what they have discovered as they turn their company into a pan-continental operation
I went to a Think Asia, Think Hong Kong event earlier this week. Towards the end of the session, one of the delegates stood up and asked how Hong Kong compares with Singapore. This is obviously a very relevant question for many SMEs looking to expand into Asia.
A lack of understanding of forex fees could be holding back SME international trade, according to a YouGov survey released today.
Berkeley International is an elite introductions agency with fees starting at £10,000.
The Mayor of London is launching a new scheme to help small businesses recruit top international talent.
Real Business speaks to the MD of growing furniture e-tailers Sofa.com about entering a market dominated by major national competitors.