The figures for November, released this week, show a minimal year-on-year increase and a dip in the fourth quarter of 2015
Total funds raised on technology-based campaigns could see a seven-fold increase, according to a report by Juniper
The industry-renowned event, now in its 12th year, returns in its January slot at the Natural History Museum
Richard La Ruina runs a business that coaches men on how to approach women (and vice versa) and has written a best-selling book on the subject: but he is keen to distance himself from contemporaries who have recently incurred the wrath of feminist groups and the Home Office
Turgid end to 2015 as both staff appointments and pay stall
The global sharing economy is the biggest financial phenomenon of the 21st Century: and thankfully the UK finds itself right at the heart of it
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The young companies of the North-West are now better equipped than ever to secure funding and growth: but more can still be done, according to Mils & Reeve partner Paul Knight
Paul Latham, Managing Director of Octopus Investments, explains why recent changes to legislation shouldn’t be misinterpreted as a lack of support for VCTs themselves
Solar projects raise record £7.8 million in month as Treasury removes EIS tax relief for clean-energy investments
Industry experts comment on Paris summit
London still sees the highest number of new start-ups but falls behind Berlin and Paris for percentage growth
Organisations team up in the hope of giving more than 3,000 British small businesses access to finance
UK businesses are doing more business overseas: but are they prepared for the extra challenges they are exposed to as a result?
World's largest companies urged to commit to renewables
Catawiki takes top place ahead of Secret Escapes and Funding Circle
Fivefold increase in capacity predicted for ten years' time
10 digital start-up teams will initially be housed in the Northern hub following investment from Oldham Council
Cuts to governmental budgets, revealed in George Osborne’s spending review, spell the end for several support services businesses have come to rely on
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At a time when pay-as-you-go and disposable phones were all the rage, Jo Wimble-Groves realised that a one-size-fits-all approach would undercut a huge chunk of business technology users. In 1996, she set up Active Digital to provide businesses with the mobile technology they actually need, and since then, has worked with clients as varied as GB Taekwondo and Iron Maiden
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