Starting a new business is a scary prospect for anyone embarking on the journey. Entrepreneurs soon begin to settle into their new role as founder. But at what point is it time to scale up?
Cocoon Networks founder John Zai says opportunities for UK tech abound in China. Here’s why.
The Supper Club took a look at whether entrepreneurs understand how best to use external funding to grow their businesses.
Owners of scale-ups are always looking to the future, but as the new year dawns it brings a time for reflection. What business new year’s resolutions should entrepreneurs be taking on?
From Antipodean beginnings to operations throughout the UK, Driving Miss Daisy is a franchise operations giving business builders great flexibility.
Having been part of team behind Ormsby Street’s rapid growth, Robert Drury had to plan his next move after existing the business in search of a new challenge.
A report launched by Mind the Bridge and Cisco claims the UK has become “the epicentre of tech scale-up” in Europe.
Business owners should not take softer skills, such as communication and resilience, for granted when pitching to investors.
It’s very easy to say that you are too busy to attend events, but we all seem to forget the benefit of stepping out of the office for face to face contact. After all we need to learn to grow.
SMEs have rarely worked through a time of more challenge – and more opportunity – than the current period of digital disruption. When markets can change overnight and technology underpins virtually every sector, businesses need a new, strategic approach to secure success
The road to business success is never straightforward, and every entrepreneur experiences setbacks, must negotiate bumps in the road and overcome challenges. So it helps to have the right investor on board.
Bink is a loyalty card solution that hopes to radicalise the way people shop – but how do you explain a totally new concept to investors?