Big Health's programmes have helped numerous businesses boost productivity by improving employees' sleep. With its recent fundraise, the company aims to take digital medicine further, tackling other mental health issues affecting the workforce
WePay, payments partner to the 'platform economy' across the Atlantic, expands to the UK to link multi-party payments overseas
According to Thomson Reuters' scorecard for Q2 2016 looking at trends in deal making, UK M&A activity totals $95 billion (£72 billion), down 53 per cent compared to year-to-date 2015. However, industry figures contradict the assertion that deal making may slow post-Brexit
A new report reveals a growing nexus between the sharing economy and the on-demand economy, the on-the-go economy, as the engine driving the UK's workforce. Here's why SMEs need to adapt and respond now
Ahead of the new series of BBC 2's Dragons' Den, business data site Company Check analysed all 187 businesses that have appeared on the show. Here are the top trends
Financial commentator, author Gerry Brown, suggests a quick cost-effective solution for Sports Direct, considering the impending investigative report due out tomorrow from the Department of Business Innovation and Skills
Dedicated mobile service for elderly users, Fuss Free Phones secured seed funding from European impact investment bank ClearlySo to launch far and wide
A study by Barclays reveals that productivity, innovation and growth may be at risk as UK comes just fourth in digital development. How can we bridge the gap?
The much anticipated decision on airport expansion at Heathrow or Gatwick has now been put on hold in the wake of the EU referendum result, and will now be left to the next UK Prime Minister to announce plans sometime in October.
The UK may still be reeling from the most divisive vote to rock the country in a generation. Following Britain’s decision to leave the European Union, the nation has plunged into a period of uncertainty. GrowthBusiness checks in on the fintech sector, speaking to experts in peer-to-peer lending, foreign exchange and invoice finance
John Zai, founder and CEO of Cocoon Networks, counters speculation of waning Chinese investment into the UK technology sector after the EU referendum last month
Universal Avenue, a Swedish business connecting growing businesses with freelancers globally, announced its series A funding today, led by Eight Roads Ventures Europe
Artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics aren't in the realm of science fiction anymore. Used in fraud detection, purchase prediction and smart homes, the technology is everywhere - even insidiously in the palm of your hand as the dulcet voice of Siri. Here's why this is good news
The start-ups identified by Google will receive support to scale at the company's Campus London workspace
According to government estimates, around 6 per cent of the UK population are lesbian, gay or bisexual (LGB). The last thing a small or medium business needs is to alienate a significant chunk of potential customers. Here are seven things to know when serving UK's 3.9 million non-heteronormative consumers
Productivity may be directly affected by non-conducive work spaces
A poll of 450 board-level directors and chairs following the EU referendum vote reveals that while the outlook for British businesses may be stormy at present, 90 per cent of business leaders believe it is only temporary. More than half, though, are banking on the UK securing access to the single market
Pharmacy2U and ChemistDirect.co.uk announced a merger to strengthen the online pharmacy ecosystem in the UK
Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, on the capital's post-Brexit business landscape
A good night's sleep may never make it on an entrepreneur's to-do list, but these eight successful people swear by it
Cyberfraud is sector agnostic. Any business in any industry is just as vulnerable, if not more, to data leaks and fraud, which is why curbing tech naivety should be high on the agenda for growing businesses
Following the controversy over comments from ex-editor of The Sun, Kelvin MacKenzie, in relation to a Channel Four news presenter wearing a hijab and cases now reaching the European Court of Justice, Law At Work’s director of legal services Donald Mackinnon looks at whether employers can ban employees from wearing Islamic head coverings
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