The efforts of SoundCloud’s Alexander Ljung and Arieso’s Shirin Dehghan were acknowledged at the 11th annual Investor AllStars awards.
A lack of awareness and regard for the government's auto-enrolment legislation on pensions could stymie its introduction, new research shows.
London-based private equity firm Graphite Capital has built on some strong exit activity by raising a new investment fund worth £500 million.
Report by the CBI and KPMG shows that businesses have little faith in government infrastructure policies.
A worrying increase in cyber threats reveals problem is greater in the UK than the rest of the world.
Study shows companies have faith in business growth over the next few years.
The majority of respondents feel EU membership has a positive effect on their business.
Young people in Africa, the Middle East and Latin America are far more likely than Europeans to feel positive about starting up a business, a new survey shows.
In an effort to attract new entrepreneurs to Britain, the UK government has launched a new scheme through UK Trade & Investment.
The value of purchases of UK companies by foreign businesses climbed to £23.4 billion during the second quarter of the year, new statistics reveal.
The government's Funding for Lending Scheme has posted an increase in activity over the last quarter, the Bank of England says.
Companies including Amazon and Publicis are contributing to a growing need from technology, media and telecom companies for office space in the City of London.
The Lancashire town of Burnley has been named the most enterprising location in Britain by a government competition.
Companies which do not pay staff at least the national minimum wage will be publicly identified by the government under new proposals.
Production has swelled at UK manufacturers to coincide with improved order books, the Confederation of British Industry says.
The UK Initial Public Offering market is expected to reach £7.2 billion during 2013, research from Capita suggests.
The steady income streams and low risk profiles of pharmacy businesses are proving increasingly attractive for private equity investors, new figures suggest.
A study of export prospects in the UK has found that Britain is likely to lag behind the rest of Europe over the coming years.
Two new government Catapult centres will target the energy systems and healthcare sectors, under plans unveiled by the government.
More than two thirds of people who endure bad customer service will share their experience with friends and family, according to a study.
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Glenn Porter, general manager international identity verification at GBGroup, examines the opportunities and risks of trading with the MINT population of Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria and Turkey.
With March IPOs raising £671 million on London's AIM market, it looks like the junior exchange is back to its best.