It’s ten years old, the iPhone was released this day in 2007. Maybe the product has done more to unleash entrepreneurial endeavour than any single product in history.
Artificial intelligence, or AI, could give the UK economy a shot in the arm worth £232 billion – boosting GDP by 10 per cent, finds PwC – which just goes to show; the UK needs entrepreneurs more than ever.
Applications are now open for the 2017 NatWest Great British Entrepreneur Awards.
While the UK grapples with political uncertainty, it is time to focus on what needs to be done to support entrepreneurs.
It was the missing word from the election – entrepreneur. But the rise of the entrepreneur, and with it the rise the UK’s emergence as Europe’s digital capital, is the best piece of news on UK plc that we have seen for a very long time. Why isn’t this discussed more often?
The world, or at least a big chunk of the left-hand side of Europe, has voted –and while the UK has voted for a two-party system, the French have voted overwhelmingly for a so called unity candidate, and now his party: En Marche. Macron is set to opt for reform; France needs to be more […]
Nearly half of people who responded to a survey would like to see the government being more supportive of entrepreneurs and start-ups. The vast majority of those questioned did not know that London is ranked as Europe’s start-up capital
Later this year, The NatWest Great British Entrepreneur Awards will celebrate the best of British entrepreneurialism. But it is worth taking stock for a moment, there is a lot to celebrate, something has happened in the UK, thanks in part to the emergence of a new entrepreneur class. A truly dynamic industry is emerging in the UK, […]