High-end ready meal maker Charlie Bigham's was named Mid-Sized Company of the Year at the Growing Business Awards. Real Business caught up the man behind the food to find how the company is scaling its premium products in a market where consumers are looking to save.
The CBI's director-general Carolyn Fairbairn has called the UK's mid-sized businesses (MSBs) the country's “missing link” and praised the sector's £59bn contribution to the economy.
Good-natured and well-behaved, the mid-market contributes greatly to economic prosperity. Yet, it sits rather awkwardly between the charming, vulnerable small business sector, and the clever, brave enterprise sector. Does the mid-market suffer from middle-child syndrome
As UK commentators look to Germany in an effort to understand the country’s economic performance, increasingly, their attention is turning to the role played by the German “Mittelstand”, a group of highly effective mid-market businesses that drive the economy.
Medium-sized businesses are driving the UK’s economic recovery – so what lessons should the government and others take from these successful firms
Giles Redmayne, business director at Purpose, explains the value of branding and argues that mid-sized firms must place it at the core of the business.
Two thirds of mid-sized businesses are planning to take on more staff in the next twelve months, a survey suggests today.
Lloyds Bank has suggested that Britain's mid-sized businesses are being too conservative in their attitude towards exporting
Britain's mid-sized businesses are more confident about future growth than their counterparts in Germany, the US, Australia and Japan, according to research released today.
The UK's mid-market businesses are outperforming their German, French and Italian counterparts, according to GE Capital research published today.
Britain's mid-sized businesses are generally unconcerned by the prospect of Scottish independence and a referendum on Britain's EU membership, according to research released today.
Mid-sized businesses are the unsung heroes of the UK economy, but are they suffering from "middle child syndrome"?