The number of women angel investors is higher than ever, according to a new study – and they may be changing the way angel groups invest.
Nearly two thirds of smaller businesses unaware of radical new VAT rules coming in from 1 Jan 2015.
Weakening global demand caused input prices for UK businesses to take another step towards deflation in October, research finds.
Pressure mounts on David Cameron and the CBI as referendum-supporting Business for Britain campaign boasts of growing signatories.
Fuel3D has closed a funding round totalling £4 million led by Chimera Partners.
The EU, together with the Open Data Institute in London, have announced the largest investment in innovative data start-ups in the world to date
Companies are confident about economic outlook but hesitant to invest in growth, according to a study.
In an attempt to strengthen the Prompt Payment Code brought into effect in 2008, a panel of businesses and organisations are being assembled to ensure suppliers are paid on time and treated properly.
Despite businesses placing a heavy emphasis on relevant work experience, a quarter of young people do not possess the contacts necessary to secure placements or internships.
With the value of equity investments into European-based companies climbing steadily during 2014, GrowthBusiness looks at those closing the biggest deals of the last quarter.
The fund management arm of the Dow Schofield Watts Group is looking to raise £25 million to back smaller UK businesses.
The government is coming together with Tech City UK to create a technology hub in the north of England in the hope that the region can 'capitalise on talent'.
L Capital has opened a London investment office and installed former Glenmoragnie president and managing director Paul Skipworth as its head.
Legislation coming into force in December regarding maternity leave is expected to catch businesses short, new research finds.
Infocomm Investments has lifted the lid on a new $200 million venture capital firm targeting European technology start-ups.
A cooling IPO market has seen volume and value of international mergers and acquisitions by British buyers surge during the beginning of 2014.
Despite efforts by the government to make securing capital easier for SMEs, new figures reveal that the issue is still a 'main barrier' for British business builders.
Shire Leasing has secured a share of the British Business Bank to extend lending facilities for small businesses in the UK.
Business secretary Vince Cable has outlined plans to improve the employment status of British workers in what he describes as giving the 'silent minority' the same rights and security as the majority.
Significant venture capital fundraising deals for companies including Funding Circle, TransferWise and Nutmeg have seen London levels reach new records.
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