This week is, traditionally, one of the busiest in business. The schools are back from summer holidays and, therefore, so are many of the business owners that drive the economy forward.
Will King, the founder and former chief executive of The King of Shaves Company, has launched his Entrepreneur in Residence Company, providing advice for senior executives from SMEs up to FTSE-listed companies.
Having been in existence for just over four years, the owner of a blog with the domain name www.startupbritain.co.uk has received a letter from operating organisation the Centre for Entrepreneurs calling for him to hand it over.
To help boost the record 500,000 businesses started in 2013, Business Minister Michael Fallon launched the StartUp Britain Bus.
Enterprise Minister Mark Prisk is unveiling the Startup 2012 Enterprise Calendar today, to help entrepreneurs keep track of events and initiatives taking place throughout Britain this year.
Dream bigger, says Coffee Nation founder Martyn Dawes. Here are his ten lessons on building a fast-growth business.
Adam Shaw, founder of Assured Recruitment Group, on house music, John Caudwell and an enterprise-led recovery.
I’ve come to realise that the best things happen when you least expect them. These random acts of kindness really do matter ??? and Britain’s startups are the first to recognise this.
Three months after the launch of Startup Britain, we revisit the scheme to see whether this “startup’s startup” is delivering the goods.
How many SMEs are planning on expanding into new areas in the coming year? What technology will they invest in? How important is social networking? This infographic has the answers.
Stationery retailer Staples has teamed up with Startup Britain to offer weekly classes for would-be entrepreneurs. We have some questions.
Social entrepreneur and author Robert Ashton has slammed David Cameron’s StartUp Britain campaign, describing it as pointless and lacking meat.