Luke Lang, co-founder and chief marketing officer of equity crowdfunding platform Crowdcube, reveals why teaming up with a boutique PR agency is his best business decision to date.
As one of the biggest trends to emerge during 2013, 3D Hubs co-founder Bram de Zwart explains why 3D printing is democratising the way start-ups can compete with bigger players.
Mark Payton, managing director of Mercia Fund Management, explains why the venture capital firm is campaigning to increase the level of tax-efficient seed funding for start-ups.
Michel Driessen, operational transactions services leader at EY, looks at how staff can be encouraged to be entrepreneurial at a large professional services business.
To coincide with the second crop of Future Fifty companies being named, GrowthBusiness meets Green Man Gaming and its founder Paul Sulyok to find out what being a member involves.
Keith Holdt, investment director and head of the Value Enhancement Group at LDC, argues that big data shouldn't be intimidating for growing companies.
In the wake of the Funding for Lending update, Tradeshift CEO Christian Lanng looks at a different issue – how a lack of connectivity between SMEs and enterprises is breaking business, and what can be done to fix it.
With technology adapting at a rate that is hard to keep up with, time-shift viewing provides a way for advertisers to engage with consumers.
A fall in the amount of cash SMEs have readily available to invest in the business has been noted by new research carried out by Bibby Financial Services.
As the 'B' in the BRIC emerging market group, Brazil presents an attractive market for businesses looking to start or increase exporting. GrowthBusiness meets two companies which are hoping to capitalise on the nation following trade missions.
The Bitcoin phenomenon has reached an unprecedented crescendo in recent weeks, but how do investors go about sizing up ventures hoping to build off the back of the digital currency? GrowthBusiness finds out from Passion Capital co-founder Stefan Glaenzer.
Running a business is about hard work, determination and solving problems. But when it comes to buying a home, it’s often the things that we can’t fix which are uppermost in our minds.
With more and more businesses choosing to raise capital via the equity crowdfunding route, GrowthBusiness has asked Seedrs and Crowdcube about getting traction and moving beyond the confines of a domestic market, in a two-part special.
Gary Berlyn, managing director of The Business Channel.TV, discusses the opportunities a growing China presents British SMEs.
To coincide with moves by Crowdcube and Seedrs into new worldwide markets, GrowthBusiness met with co-founders of the platforms through a two-part special to find out how equity crowdfunding in the UK has grown, and just what will be involved in selling it to the world.
Thinking of selling your company? Peter Gray, partner at Cavendish Corporate Finance, outlines the positives and negatives of going down the public buyer route.
While moving operations onto a more global scale can be fraught with issues, GrowthBusiness meets four businesses which have successfully bridged the gap.
Despite the social media market becoming an increasingly cluttered space, GrowthBusiness finds out how Sportlobster is carving out itself a new and lucrative niche.
For Chris Barling, founder of e-commerce software supplier SellerDeck, making the call to be customer centric when it wasn't a fad term has worked in the long run.
David Chancellor, partner at executive search firm Tyzack, outlines how management teams can harness the creativity and energy of a younger generation of employee and combine it with those CFOs who have commercial gravitas.
The three-man team at Top10.com, who have only ever been entrepreneurs in the internet world, are looking to take their comparison platform to the world following a new venture capital funding round.
Fox Williams partner Peter Ashford and associate Evie Meleagos examine the issue of cross-border litigation and present the facilitators and impediments.
It's that time of the year again, when George Osborne unveils his latest batch of economy boosting ingredients.