Most business owners plan 12-24 months into the future, but have you thought about what you want your business to achieve in the next decade and beyond?
As the UKTI-led trade mission Real Business has joined begins to gather steam, we found out why British businesses have decided to journey 3,500 miles to showcase products to a US audience.
Small UK retailers are running the risk of Christmas sales crumbling this festive season by ignoring card payment trends, says EE, which has listed the 11 cities across the country where consumers have the highest dependency on cards – and London isn't the leader.
Having quickly outgrown its bricks and mortar setup in Glasgow, Fat Buddha Store made the decision to pursue future growth in both the physical and online spaces – taking its version of "street culture" fashion to a wider audience by embracing digital strategies.
As opinion remains divided on whether Britain should stay in the EU, Spreadshirt CEO Philip Rooke makes his argument staying in – revealing there is too much on offer for ecommerce business builders.
The surge in popularity of cycling in the UK has had a positive impact on sales figures at automotive and leisure products and services business Halfords, the company’s most recent financial figures show.
There are currently 90 markets in inner London alone, and one in five could disappear by 2032.
There has been a flurry of listing activity in the last few weeks, with well-known brands Poundland and Pets At Home floating on the London Stock Exchange, swiftly followed by online takeaway giant Just-Eat announcing its intention to do the same last week.
With his hot tub business steadily growing year on year, Daniel Thomas is re-launching to the French market. Here, Thomas puts together his top tips for launching your business overseas.
Rarely is it love at first sight but as we are all aware, first impressions do count.