Following a period of frenetic deal making and customer acquisition, GrowthBusiness catches up with serial entrepreneur Alex Chesterman to get the inside track on Zoopla Property Group.
Neale Andrews, partner and head of Mundays’ Corporate and Commercial team, boils down the Bribery Act for UK SMEs.
Small and medium-sized businesses in the UK do not believe that David Cameron's coalition government is doing enough to support enterprise, new findings reveal.
When a company's supply chain stretches across all four corners of the globe, helping them to improve is an important challenge.
Mergers and acquisitions are inherently linked to business confidence, so could a series of bigger deals kick-start activity in the rest of the market?
A big contract can be a make or break moment for a growth business – but they are not without their risks, explains Simon Portman, managing associate at Marks & Clerk Solicitors.
To help navigate through the numerous funding options on the market, Acuity partner Matthew Byatt takes a brief look at those available and looks at the pros and cons.
Taking your business into a new territory can be a daunting prospect, but one which can be made easier by following a few simple rules, explains i-interpret4u director Michael French
Discussing the merits of keeping employee wellbeing high in tough times.
Natasha Chell, partner at Laura Devine Solicitors, gives her advice on one of the many red tape obstacles employers must deal with: Right to work checks.
Nyall Jacobs, partner at accountancy firm Carter Backer Winter, cuts through the uncertainty to identify solid and reliable factors that successful start-ups have in common.
In an age when long-term success outweighs short-term wins, Market Research Society CEO Jane Frost analyses what business need to be looking for when it comes to gauging customer opinion.
Comparetheware.com is a resource that quickly provides IT information to businesses. GrowthBusiness.co.uk speaks to business manager Mike Worby about the service.
LDC investment director Andrew Hampshire applies his industry knowledge to the debate on what kind of IT system is the right fit.
Having already exited his first business through a multi-million pound deal, Kevin Hindley, joint managing director of Fluent Money, reveals what motivated him to do it all again.
For businesses to develop at a desired rate, technology must track at the same speed.
With the likes of Zynga, Foursquare and Groupon proving that success can be found in starting up an affiliate business, experienced industry entrepreneur Sam Miranda looks at the benefits to the route.
Donna Sewell and Helen Goldberg, founders of legal provider Legal Edge, look at the questions entrepreneurs and management teams should ask about buying legal services.
Growing any business is rarely a walk in the park, but coming in as an outsider to grow a 35-year old, family-run legal services firm is even harder still.
When Andrea McDowell decided to take her company onto Dragons' Den back in 2011 she was new to the entrepreneurial world, but managed to net an offer.
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.
While not offering much in the way of business goodies, George Osborne’s speech offered some festive cheer.
The annual Cash Shells Directory is an invaluable guide for companies and advisers considering joining the stock market by reversing into a shell, providing a list of potential candidates and a commentary on each of them.