When the first issue of Britain means Business was released, I said that Great Britain really is a great nation for business. And I stand by that. The recession is over. Now it’s time to grow!
The UK’s Global Entrepreneurship Week 2014 will kick off with 30 entrepreneurs and businessmen performing a ‘British Haka for business’ on the steps of the Eros Statue in Piccadilly Circus on Monday 17 November.
There is now less than a month until Britain means Business kicks off at Excel, London on 19-20 November. The recession is over. It's time to grow!
Small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) that export are growing faster than those that don't, according to new research from Barclays.
There has never been a better time for young people to start a business, according to experts at the Student Entrepreneurs Question Time (SEQT) event at the Labour Party Conference in Manchester last night (Tuesday).
Small business owners are more confident than ever before, according to the latest survey results from the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB).
Big Issue vendors have issued an open letter the the UK's MPs urging them to purchase a copy of the magazine on Social Saturday.
Iconic British brands are flocking to India to take advantage of booming growth and ever increasing spending power.
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.
Two thirds of jobs being created in the UK are self-employed, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).