Post pandemic customers want to hear about your purpose, not your products. Is your business ready?
As the co-founder of business information and intelligence platform DueDil, Damian Kimmelman is well placed to observe which sectors of the market are most likely to experiment with new technology – and it’s medium-sized businesses leading the way.
I saw an article recently about Tesco’s recent decision to ditch the crescent-shaped croissant. My first thought was, why Surely a croissant not shaped like a crescent ceases to be a croissant Turns out that’s what consumers want.
ClearScore, an online service that gathers, protects and interprets users' credit reports and scores, scooped 2015's Innovator of the Year prize at this year's Growing Business Awards. To find out more, we quizzed CEO Justin Basini.
After its first product, the Laserlight, went down a storm on Kickstarter and helped propel the business into the cycling limelight, Blaze faced the ominous task of doing it all again. Founder and CEO Emily Brooke told Real Business how the team went about this.
As the first term reaches its conclusion, students up and down the country will be wondering whether they can generate some extra cash for Christmas and beyond.
As every entrepreneur knows, the key to success doesn’t lie in not making mistakes –instead it’s about reactions things go wrong and how you handle failure. Here are six great products that were invented by mistake.
Adding new services to an existing product portfolio can help boost sales.
In the era of all things digital, consumers have higher expectations: they want their interactions with businesses, and the products and services they buy from them, to be personalised. We rounded up some of the best examples of companies who have capitalised on the rising trend.
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.
If there’s one thing most small business owners will agree on, it’s that running a business has its ups and downs.
We hear from an entrepreneur who has taken the "lean startup" model devised by Eric Ries and applied it to his own business.