Choosing a courier when your products include fresh cream is a big decision which is why the English Cream Tea Company took 17 providers to get it right.
By offering their guidance to our non-tech entrepreneurs, the UK could see buy British the next leading trend.
In our journey to assemble an ultimate gift list for that business owner in your life, we finish with the pice de r’sistance the £1m Titan Zeus TV.
With the Amazon Growing Business Awards taking place on Wednesday 30 November 2016, now is the perfect time to look back over some of the previous winners – specifically the champions of the Made in Britain category.
Despite wanting Augustus Pili to communicate to the younger man, the company thrives on the UK’s heritage and its thriving manufacturing sector. However, the firm's founder revealed to Real Business that relying on both those concepts doesn’t come challenge-free.
Britain is becoming increasingly multicultural as international businesses expand into the UK, and real estate firm Colliers International has unveiled the 16 “most British” streets in London to salute the locations waving the flag for homegrown brands.
The British shoe industry is putting its best foot forward. Demand from Asia, and customers in other parts of the world looking for luxury and premium products with the Made in Britain label, means that shoe factories in the UK are experiencing growing demand.
On the back of the England cricket team reclaiming the Ashes during the fourth test in Nottingham, it’s been revealed that British sales of cricket and polo equipment to Australia during 2014 topped £1m.
Speaking at Value Creation, an event exclusively focused on unlocking growth, Cobra Beer founder Karan Bilimoria hailed Britain as “the little country that became the fifth largest economy in the world” – and Brits shouldn’t be afraid to flaunt it.
Lesser known export “epicentres”, such as Bradford, are emerging as leaders in the race for international clients and British custom.
Famous guitar brands like Gibson, Fender and PRS Guitars have been immortalised in the annals of rock n’ roll alongside the musicians that played them. It’s not just that they’re household names, it’s that US companies have dominated the market for decades.
Real Business talks to CEO John Curwen about why Harvey Jones decided to package itself as a domestic product rather than an international one. Being 'Made in Britain' seems to be a key factor to the brand.