Mobile phone contract business The People's Operator has outlined plans to join the London Stock Exchange and use funds raise to continue development.
Technology business Microsaic Systems has gone back to its institutional shareholders for a second time since joining the stock market in 2011.
Digital advertising group Crossrider has joined London's Alternative Investment Market and now plans to grow both organically and through acquisitions.
Luxury shoe business Jimmy Choo has unveiled plans to list its shares on the London Stock Exchange to help fuel new market growth.
Scottish football club Rangers has begun what it says will be three-year fundraising period by issuing a new share offering.
Cloud-based peer-to-peer payments platform FairFX is now a public company after the business joined London's junior stock exchange.
The Alternative Investment Market has continued to attract Chinese listings, with Fraspens becoming the latest to announce a flotation.
Imperial Innovations is set to use its Alternative Investment Market listing to secure a new tranche of capital aimed at backing new and existing investments.
Technology company CentralNic has purchased Internet.BS for an amount which could climb to $7.5 million.
Fashion, sports and outdoor clothing and apparel retailer MandM Direct is hoping to build on recent full-year revenues of £118.9 million by floating on the London Stock Exchange.
High street entertainment retailer GAME has completed its recovery from administration by announcing a move back to the public markets.
Children's illustration business Storyboard Assets is about to bring to an end a six-year period of being a public company.
AIM is set to attract a new fast-growth technology company after Big Red Cloud Group announced plans for an IPO.
Cloud-based enterprise data analytics platform Rosslyn Data Technologies Group is now a listed firm after joining the Alternative Investment Market.
The holding company behind the Patisserie Valerie chain of cafe and casual dining locations is looking to build on revenues of £60.1 million by going public.
Bagir Group has joined the Alternative Investment Market and raised £20 million to fund future growth.
Alternative Investment Market-listed Regenersis has closed a £100 million capital market fundraising to facilitate the acquisition of Blancco.
A business directed towards the developing of products for an ageing population has joined the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange.
Fast food online marketplace Just Eat is set to reap a return for its consortium of investors by listing on the London Stock Exchange and raising £100 million.
Healthcare business Futura Medical has used its AIM listing to raise new funds for growth of its sexual health and pain relief products.
Online accounts and payroll software designed specifically for start-ups, small businesses and sole traders. Buy today and save 50% - now from just £2.50!
Get your own Moneypenny PA – one person you know and trust, to look after your calls. Take a fre trial.
We work with businesses to identify what's holding them back, then let them choose an expert coach who will help them hit their growth targets.
Payback as you earn. No APR, just one simple cost. Between £2.5k & £300k available. Must accept card payments & been in business 6+ months.
Apprentices study your business in your business. By learning your way of working they can help your company to grow. Kick-start the process today.
Grow your business with a short term loan from Boost Capital. Get approved in 24 hours and funded in 5 days! Find out how much you qualify for today.
Receive regular guides, whitepapers and advice to help you run and grow a successful business.
Tailor your policy, compare quotes and buy in minutes! Up to 50% No Claims Discount. Compare quotes now or call 0845-0723340 today.
Here, we look at the little things that add up to form the profile of a successful entrepreneur.
In this video, we look at the awards supporting those with a special spirit of enterprise.
Margaret Kett discusses the issue of gender diversity in the boardroom and what can propel women into the higher echelons of management.
The gap in businesses’ measurement of customer experience means they don’t know what customers really want, research finds