Simon Daniel is the inventor of the USB battery and folding keyboard. He’s also CEO of Moixa, a fast-growing renewable energy group.
Visiting Colorado with the best of the UK cleantech sector to develop contacts with investors and partners.
Blackouts, slum housing but 900 million mobile connections – India will define the next few decades of growth for the UK.
Gone are the days when you could rely on a nice bundle of Microsoft Office tools to be adequate.
Events in the last week point towards a reawakening of days gone by – could the same be needed for innovation?
If complaining was an Olympic sport, the Brits would win hands down.
The importance of national and corporate boundaries is diminishing as everyone piles into the global war for talent.
Governments may be too constrained to take truly tough decisions, but business owners have little choice.
With Moixa part of the 16 strong UK delegation taking part in the fifth annual Clean and Cool Mission, CEO Simon Daniel gives his account of the event.
Or: The reality of protecting intellectual property for an SME
There used to be an old joke at the major accountant firms and consultancies that the fastest way to become a partner was to join John Lewis.
It’s totally wrong for the UK to be asked for €50 billion a year just to allow France and Germany collateral to borrow a trillion from China to pay off their banking losses.
With the need for additional funding, it's time for some quantitative easing of our own. My company has decided to put some of our intellectual property rights (IPR) patent portfolios up for sale.
At the beginning of 2013 Richard Reed and the rest of his founding team at Innocent Drinks sold out the last of their stake to Coca Cola. GrowthBusiness finds out what happens after exiting a business valued at $500 million.
Glenn Porter, general manager international identity verification at GBGroup, examines the opportunities and risks of trading with the MINT population of Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria and Turkey.
With March IPOs raising £671 million on London's AIM market, it looks like the junior exchange is back to its best.