London’s burgeoning technology sector will be the focus during a week of industry events from 16-20 June 2014.
Despite the rapid of growth of technology companies in the UK, British parents still favour a 'safe' professional career for their children.
Businesses are failing to budget for expected rises in interest rates during 2015, new research reveals.
Having announced that the government is looking to make the UK the most attractive place to start, finance and grow a business, we have a full transcript of the Queen's Speech.
The Queen's Speech has made reference to a range of new measures, which will attempt to make the lives of small business owners easier when it comes to finance, employment and prompt payment.
The rapid growth of start-up technology companies is set to contribute a big up-tick in employment, EY's Global Job Creation Survey says.
On the back of one of the busiest investment quarters the UK has seen in a number of years, GrowthBusiness looks at some of the biggest deals involving Tradeshift, Hailo and eCommera.
Business leaders in the UK are calling for 'more targeted support' for small and medium-sized businesses.
Despite the rapid growth of London's start-up technology scene, the deputy mayor of London still believes that more venture capital support is needed for the city to truly realise its potential.
Despite clothing retailer Fat Face shelving its plans to list after perceived weak institutional appetite, London's IPO market has experienced its busiest day of 2014.
Merger and acquisition activity on London's AIM market continued its upward curve by hitting four-year highs, our findings show.
The notion of private equity firms stripping down companies for a quick buck is 'out of date' and would end in a jail sentence, according to one of the most renowned investors in Britain.
Trade acquisitions in the UK fell by 466 to 355 during the start of 2014 when compared to the same period in 2013, new statistics show.
Direct lenders and peer-to-peer platforms accounted for £2.7 million of capital per day during 2014, new statistics show.
Merger and acquisition activity involving targets in the UK is on course to have its most active year since 2007, new research finds.
As the equity investment world continues to recover following the collapse of the finance world in 2009, GrowthBusiness looks at the biggest firms and most active cities.
Having launched a pilot of its waterless toilet system in sub-Saharan Africa and received interest from music festivals in the UK, Loowatt was awarded Innovator of the Year during an evening dedicated to celebrating success in the clean technology and renewables market.
The Enterprise Capital Funds programme has been renewed for a further ten years and secured a doubling in its commitment.
Against a backdrop of falling exports to non-European markets, UK firms are experiencing stronger growth on the domestic front.
A new fund created by part of the team behind Ingenious Ventures has been launched with a fundraising benchmark of £150 million.
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