Thanks to developments such as the Internet of Things (IoT), blockchain, artificial intelligence, and increasing connectivity and digitalisation, the long-term success of most businesses is dependent on having the right technology and talent in place.
The result of the 2016 Brexit referendum sparked fears of a mass business exodus, with companies leaving London for elsewhere in Europe.
Ben Wright, CEO at Velocity Global, the leading provider of global business expansion solutions, advises firms on the essential components of any international growth plan.
Jamie’s Italian restaurant chain went into administration in May. In the analysis that followed, it was reported that Jamie Oliver had provided Personal Guarantees to a lender and supplier as part of a financial restructuring plan last year.
Augmented Reality is a technology of unprecedented potential. You’re probably tired of hearing this in an age where events of colossal significance happen all the time, but this is a truly groundbreaking concept that could change our lives as we know them.
Skills shortages in construction have been well documented, and the new report by MPs suggesting that reforms to the apprenticeships programme have failed to deliver was the latest disappointing news on this front for the industry.
It has been a turbulent few years for SMEs. From late payments and gig economy rights cases to economic uncertainty, their trajectory has been far from straightforward.
Invoice financier and Optimum Finance CEO Richard Pepler talks about why many businesses are turning to Debtor Protection and the benefits of insuring debtors