Philippe Gelis, CEO and co-founder of Kantox, takes a step back from the World Cup fervour and asks what kind of business legacy may be left behind.
For those who are open to a job change, but reluctant to invest time in the process, jobandtalent has created a new platform fusing traditional job postings with complex analytics. GrowthBusiness finds out more.
As one of a number of fast-growth tech ventures to IPO during 2014, director of strategy and policy Mark Collins tells GrowthBusiness how CityFibre's first six months as a public company have been.
United Kapital MD Tony Pegg tackles the issue of business finance and gives his advice on the sage questions which must be addressed.
In light of the government's new Enterprise Bill, Edward Craft and Charlotte Baker, partner and senior associate at Wedlake Bell, examine what transparency regulation means for SMEs.
After watching one of the firm's early investments join the London Stock Exchange, Alex Macpherson, head of the Ventures team at Octopus Investments, explains what he saw in Zoopla that first excited him.
For most businesses, closing an acquisition is a process fraught with difficulty before, during and after. But for experienced dealmaker Patrick Gallagher, it's how he is building CitySprint into a dominant player in the same-day distribution market.
Having recently raised $6 million from the venture capital community, Hassle.com co-founder and CEO Alex Depledge provides guidance on how best to be successful in the process.
Alan Ritchie, managing director at PC World Business, gives his tips on how to balance new flexible working requests with remaining productive.
They may seem the playground of start-ups or the roaming ground of the lone wolf entrepreneur, but if used strategically, serviced offices can offer great utility for expanding businesses, says i2 Office marketing associate Dan Millington.
As an iconic British household brand, crisp business Tyrrells has its eyes set on global expansion having secured a new financial backer. GrowthBusiness speaks to Investcorp's Hazem Ben-Gacem to get the scoop.
As a private equity house dedicated to building companies in the financial services, industrial and business services sectors, Dunedin partner Giles Derry tells GrowthBusiness more about the firm's approach.
On the back of London Technology Week when the capital was championed for its tech sector growth, Postcode Anywhere co-founder and CEO Guy Mucklow explains how best to attract the best talent for regional businesses outside the city like his.
David Smithson, UK head of SMEs at audit and advisory firm Mazars, details the key practices SMEs should consider to ensure they stand out from the crowd.
As pricing competition heats up, we speak with Compare Business Phones founder and CEO Ashley Bailey to find out what entrepreneurs and owners should be looking for when it comes to selecting the right mobile phone contract.
Each region of the UK posted an increase in the amount of businesses within the £2.5 million to £100 million revenue band during the last year, new figures show.
Using her own experience as director of digital recruitment consultant Futureheads, Rachel Murray explains why imbedding a culture of constant re-education creates an attractive environment for current and future hires.
Utilising his experience of building a number of businesses, the government has again turned to Lord Young for advice – this time on how to bring entrepreneurship into education.
Following the breach at fast food chain Domino’s, in which hackers claim to be holding 600,000 customers’ data to ransom, Steve Smith, MD of data security firm Pentura, gives his analysis of the latest security breach to hit news headlines.
In a week when the past achievements and future potential of the London technology sector are put centre stage, Garry Mackay, partner and joint CEO of Ashfords, reveals why the capital has morphed into a prime ecosystem for companies in the sector.
From a council estate in Liverpool to a public market exit, young business builder Mark Pearson has always been at the forefront of innovation and market trends.
Paul Byrne, managing director at Thesaurus Software, gives his advice on getting the most out of payroll software.
With another Dragons' Den pitch taking to crowdfunding in order to get investment, is the TV show now just becoming a PR platform?
Research report into the top-performing 100 companies below the FTSE 350 and on AIM.