We’re in the midst of a vegan revolution in business, and it’s not only about food choices, nor aggressive activism. These three founders are changing the way we see vegan businesses. They can be commercially savvy, and ideologically realistic as well as passionate about a cruelty-free economy.
Christmas is a time for reflection. At Real Business, we ask, is the gambling industry an example of business innovation or a mortal sin? And can SMEs learn anything from them?
Check out these five epic Christmas adverts from leading UK retailers. Apart from their evident Christmas cheer, what lessons can they teach SMEs in terms of branding and audience engagement?
We don’t all believe variety is the spice of life. Most of us stick closely to what we like and know – especially when it comes to office lunches.
What do you get when you bring together 20 inspiring companies, the leaders at the helm of each, and ask them all to write candid accounts of what their journey is like each month? Welcome to Founders Diaries by Real Business.
The uncertainty being caused by the 7 May general election is resulting in many investors holding back on corporate transactions, according to new research from Experian.
A report from Smith and Williamson suggests that in the UK young people are more entrepreneurial than ever – so what are we doing about it?
Lord Livingston will call for a speedy conclusion to an EU-Canada trade agreement benefitting British firms by £1.3bn a year, as he begins a three day visit to Canada today.
Over a quarter of women claim to have experienced some kind of gender discrimination at work, including groping by male colleagues and questions about their intention to start a family, according to new research by Business Environment.
Businesses in the east of the UK are much more upbeat about their prospects in comparison to earlier this year, while the western side of England, Scotland and Northern Ireland have experienced only a limited improvement or none at all.
Britons might see an in-out EU referendum soon. But what would it really mean for British business if the UK exits? Here's an overview.
As first world countries struggle to recover from the recession, developing countries now account for a third of the world's production and consumption.