If you have bought, built, refurbished or renovated commercial premises, now is the time to maximise tax relief.
Deciding to sell a business doesn't only affect one person, it also impacts your staff as well. But how do you keep your employees happy as you make your exit from the business?
Research from accountancy firm Grant Thornton shows that the majority of private equity firms do not expect the number of new buyouts to decline in the next year.
Collaborative working spaces are cropping up in cities all over the world, providing workspace to entrepreneurs and early-stage businesses. They’re not simply an alternative office for the remote worker or freelancer usually working from their home.
Deciding to switch banks may feel empowering, but Bobby Lane, a partner at accountancy firm Shelley Stock Hutter, says there may be unintended consequences including an affect on your ability to raise finance.
Internet technologies have helped SME’s generate operational efficiencies once enjoyed only by large organisations. But social networking can also bring similar benefits to staff engagement and retention.
Google’s multibillion-dollar buy of Motorola Mobility should teach all businesses a valuable lesson – know the value of your intellectual property.
Project Merlin has proved to be less than magical for SME finance. So what other options are available to businesses?
Joe McGrath, editor of GrowthBusiness sister title What Investment, looks at the months ahead in investment and what's in store for Italy.
Increasingly companies are looking to cloud computing to satisfy complex technological requirements. Five business owners tell GrowthBusiness the thinking.
Looking at developing an iPad app or in-house CRM software? Then R&D tax credits may well become a valuable funding source for innovative start-ups and high-growth businesses.
There is no point waiting for an exit opportunity to merely arise. We report on why boosting your business’s profile prior to an exit will help reap the rewards.
A little barcode on your promotional material or even business card can work wonders for marketing.
VCTs have more than £800 million at their disposal. GrowthBusiness reports on how businesses can make the most of this opportunity and what VCT managers are looking for in an investment.
Along with the explosion of smartphones, there's a similar storm about business apps. As GrowthBusiness's sister magazine Business XL launches its own app, we report on how other businesses are benefiting.
British importers and exporters make hundreds of thousands of international payments everyday, but about one third of businesses encounter payment delay or failure because of avoidable mistakes.
Matthew Stafford, project leader specialising in technology start-ups and equity investment at Pembridge Partnership, says most pitches for funding or investment are poor, but there are ways for businesses to improve.
Businesses should banish perceptions of technology as a bolt-on to existing processes and instead appreciate that it can actually distinguish a company.
Raising equity finance is hard enough without taking compliance costs into account. However, in a move that could save UK business £12 million a year, the government has brought forward prospectus rule reforms.
Coming to the AIM market recently is a Zambian producer of soya, eggs, bacon, beef and other products, as part of a rise in agricultural conerns.
When Nimesh Thakrar and Misa Zahar set up their 3D printed jewellery business, Banneya, they knew they hit gold. Here's how they got started
Research reveals that tattoos are still seen as undesirable at many workplaces. Is this really still the case?
Academic expert, Victoria Hurth, examines the difference between purpose and CSR, and the value of both in business
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