Planning an exit strategy is vital for any business; even if you are thinking it will be some time away. Chris Cairns, Partner at Alliotts Accountants, looks at some of the common exit options for businesses in the technology sector.
A recent report by Deloittes suggested the North-East could see a large increase in M&A activity in the very recent future: below an expert from law firm Ashfords LLP calls on his experience to delve into the claim further
Are lending decisions based on human intuition or digital algorithms? The best answer can include a combination of the two, say Boost Capital
Handing over a family business to the next generation is often a precarious time. Read on for tips on how to minimise pain during the transitional period.
Tracy Ewen, managing director of IGF Invoice Finance, provides 10 New Year’s resolutions to set businesses on the road to success in 2015.
Do you know what first impression your business gives online? Here are some tips to make sure it's the best it can be
The introduction of the UK's first retail ombudsman may have passed some by. But it's well-worth catching up on, say Boost Capital
It's predicted that 2015 will be a year when many small businesses grow beyond the UK. So what are the main points these companies should bear in mind when spreading across the globe?
With the UK economy back in full swing and a raft of supportive measures introduced in the latest Autumn Statement, the scene is set for small businesses to prosper. So what’s in store over the next 12 months and how will small businesses up and down the country be affected?
There are so many things to consider when launching a business, so it's good to know you at least have the legal side pegged. Law firm Slater Heelis give their tips for success
Ebury chief risk officer Enrique Diaz writes exclusively for Growth Business on the impact a strong pound can have on UK business
Margaret Kett discusses the issue of gender diversity in the boardroom and what can propel women into the higher echelons of management.
Last week I flew to Helsinki with David Cameron as part of a UK delegation of five cleantech and education experts speaking at the Northern Future Forum (NFF).
With Scottish football club Hearts and cinema chain Curzon agreeing to pay staff an hourly rate above the minimum wage, are employers beginning to recognise that employees need more to make ends meet.
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In his second of a series of blog posts, Ben Hutt, CEO of digital recruitment marketplace Talent Party, shares his thoughts on the three commitments that business owners should make to achieve balance
Budget restraints are holding back learning and development programmes: but should businesses be asking if they can afford not to train their staff?
The gap in businesses’ measurement of customer experience means they don’t know what customers really want, research finds