Only a few weeks ago, COVID-19 seemed like a faraway threat, but today it’s disrupting western markets and investments. John Hockney explains.
While renowned British fund manager Neil Woodford has labelled Donald Trump’s general election success a shock, he believes his actions will be more moderate in action.
For small nations looking to make a mark on the global business scene, there is a fair bit that can be learnt from Norwegian and Israeli businesses.
Growth for SMEs can be tricky, particularly where international expansion is concerned. But it doesn’t have to be, writes Adam Reynolds, the CEO of webexpenses, in the first of two insightful features.
As part of a four-strong series of articles analysing some of the biggest potential export markets for British SMEs, Alvaro Alamillo, Santander UK’s America expert, first examines the US – explaining why businesses should look at it, where opportunities are and when is the best time to push the button.
Six months ago the City Grump announced he was buying into a brewery. And now? Share prices are up…
Real Business explores the common characteristics of UK's successful SMEs to find out what has separated the winners from the losers.
The coalition pushes SMEs to export their way out of recession, but fail to address the problems exporters face – such as currency management.
Research by consultants PwC has revealed that UK exports to leading emerging markets sits at a meagre seven per cent.