Once, the worlds of law and tech were poles apart. Now they make up the new and exciting frontier of business innovation.
At the Festival of Ideas earlier this year, a discussion around AI prompted several points of interest ? what exactly do we mean by AI, what can we use it for?and are the robots taking over?
A tweet from a schoolboy has re-opened the debate about the quality of tech education in British schools.
Two friends with a passion for cricket wanted to find a way to keep playing as they got older, a simple idea which blossomed into BATFAST ? a business dedicated to helping people enjoy sport.
Artists, billionaires and a farting magic-horse. Want to know more?
Ambitious UK tech companies looking to scale up and expand into the Indian market could be set to benefit from a new cross border EIS Fund.
On a mission to make it easy for consumers to find the perfect local service provider online, entrepreneurs Andrew Michael and Kai Feller set up Bark.com in 2015. Real Business caught up with Feller, who revealed how to nurture innovation and drive growth at a tech firm.
Our yearly glance at the most disruptive companies Britain has to offer is in its seventh year. Who will join our Future 50 2018 class?
Conference calls are becoming the new norm as younger generations, which have grown up with the technology, make them an office staple.
With Christmas on the way, the government has embarked on a B2C marketing campaign with American online marketplace Newegg, which will promote British tech products to US consumers.
Wiggly Wigglers, an online gardening store and florist, makes sure it chases down the best deals from providers. Here’s how.
When you think of the typical tech entrepreneur, I like to think I don?t fit the blueprint. Throughout my life and career, I have been unconventional, which is why I thoroughly reject the typical Silicon Valley approach to tech.