Small and medium-sized enterprises are the backbone of the UK’s economy, providing the lion’s share of jobs and business in their respective communities. But in light of the changing global economy and the dizzying pace of technological advancement, SMEs need to adapt to survive.
Continuing with a series of four articles outlining some of the largest potential export markets for British SMEs, Apeksha Dixit, head of India Desk at Santander UK, talks us through some of the key considerations for British businesses which are looking to enter this dynamic market.
Local, small businesses are giving their larger counterparts a run for their money as Britons turn their backs on supermarket chains and multi-national corporations.
One of the most common objectives for many businesses this year is to obtain a better local presence. Here are four ways to get started.
It is good to have big ambitions for your business, but it is equally important to build a strong local brand. Here is how.
Real Business talks to Jonathan Lloyd, founder of Media Street Apps about local marketing.
SMEs are recruiting and outsourcing, but contractors are more likely to be based in the same city or region.
True commitment to a community is a trait of some true heroes in Britain. We're looking for entrepreneurs who have gone the extra mile to take their local area further.
The economy now has new rules, and there's only one way to thrive in this climate: by going local.