The Business Growth Fund has added a new mobile telecoms business to its portfolio of nearly 50 companies.
Isle of Man-based communications provider Manx Telecom has outlined plans to join London's Alternative Investment Market.
CityFibre Infrastructure has become the latest technology business to list on London's Alternative Investment Market.
The Business Growth Fund has added a new technology business to its portfolio by backing Devon-based Sub10 Systems.
Edinburgh-based Sofant Technologies has closed a funding round with help from Kelvin Capital, Scottish Enterprise and the investment arm of The University of Edinburgh.
GPRS hardware and software business Trakm8 has used its capital market listing to raise money for a new acquisition.
Subaskaran Allirajah, group chairman of Lycamobile, explains why corporate social responsibility has been pivotal in building a brand and customer trust.
Telefonica's Wayra accelerator has now fostered €30 million of investment for its start-ups since foundation.
For businesses to develop at a desired rate, technology must track at the same speed.
BYOD is a buzz word which is populating many corporate conversations. Tech business Movirtu is looking to make the process much simpler
The London Business Angels network and the Angel CoFund are coming together to invest £2 million into Blu Wireless.
Steve Brumer, partner 151 Advisors, gives his two cents on breaking into the all-important American market.
Mobile telecommunications 2ergo Group has raised £3.1 million through a placing of new shares on the Alternative Investment Market.
A business set up by three former colleagues has received a funding boost from the North West Fund for Venture Capital.
Fibre cables business m2fx has gone back to the Netherlands to secure the equity investment it needs to build worldwide sales.
Redstone Group has demerged its network-based managed services business so that it can begin operating as a separate entity.
Data services company Six Degrees Group has closed its thirteenth acquisition since its October 2011 launch.
GrowthBusiness catches up with Six Degrees founder and serial entrepreneur Alastair Mills to find out how his business has been bedding in its numerous acquisitions and what its latest purchase adds to the company.
Chelsea Football Club owner and Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich has ploughed £70 million into UK-based mobile telecoms business Truphone.
The bank-backed Business Growth Fund has made its second telecoms investment through a backing of Bullitt Group.
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.