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Britain means Business: British brands secure India trade deals


Iconic British brands are flocking to India to take advantage of booming growth and ever increasing spending power.


Britain means Business: Board games backed on Dragon's Den for the first time


Consumers will be able to get their hands on two new Marmite based board games after Pants on Fire Games became the first ever board games company to receive investment on BBC's Dragon's Den.


Britains means Business: Two third of new jobs are self-employed


Two thirds of jobs being created in the UK are self-employed, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).


Britain means Business: £3.2m boost for high-growth businesses in Scotland


Hundreds of Scottish entrepreneurs and small businesses are set to get a £3.2 million boost to their business plans from the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) and The Hunter Foundation (THF).


Fresh Business Thinking Power 100


Every day entrepreneurs shape our business and personal lives in the UK; driving innovation, creating purpose and disrupting markets. The Fresh Business Thinking Power 100 represents those people who most impact on the lives of entrepreneurs; those who shape policy, create working environments, champion, mentor and promote entrepreneurs and entrepreneurship in UK plc.


Britain means Business: UK video games companies get tax relief


Video games companies across the UK will be able to begin claiming tax relief on their production costs, as the government’s cultural regulations come into force today, 19 August 2014.


Britain means Business: London crowned crowdfunding capital of the world


London has overtaken New York and San Francisco to be crowned the crowdfunding capital of the world, according to new figures from the Crowdfunding Centre.


Britain means Business: UK exporters living the American dream


UK business owners are living the American dream through their businesses as new research reveals that the US is the number one destination for UK exporters.


Britain means Business: Clyde wins £350 million warship contract


Three new warships will be built in Clyde, securing more than 800 jobs in Glasgow, after BAE Systems won a £348 million contract.


Britain means Business: The Young Entrepreneur and the Smartphone


Smartphones have become such a part of everyday life that we are perhaps at a stage where we should just be calling them "phones". And they have become an integral part of business, particularly for young entrepreneurs.


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