A new study reveals the top three risks that impact businesses the most
The 700 military entrepreneurs supported by X-Forces are a third more successful than their civilian counterparts, revealing surprising parallels between military prowess and entrepreneurialism
A new study reveals a third of British women feel more confident at work as a result of more female world leaders, but only 5 per cent note a crack in the glass ceiling. Is a confident female workforce enough to combat decades of corporate sexism?
Barclays is currently the only mainstream UK bank to offer high growth businesses and their founders debt funding solutions at this early stage
An HR advisory firm practiced what it preaches by tweaking its bonus model to include an all-staff getaway reward
From San Francisco to Singapore, here are the top cities for start-ups for 2016
New research reveals a sharp decline in the number of shop openings across the UK this year. Is the high street at the risk of going extinct?
Global M&A activity was 18 per cent lower in the first quarter of 2016 than in the same period last year, but despite concerns over profitability, a survey of finance directors by Thomson Reuters Legal reveals optimism over the future of fintech
The cloud-based invoice financing service secures £6.25 million in equity and debt from business angels, including the founders and investors of Zoopla, LoveFilm, TransferWise and LinkedIn
A new report reveals a widening scale-up gap, with most SMEs struggling to access growth finance
Upfront Car Finance, a specialist finance provider for Uber drivers, has secures £3.5 million funding from UK Bond Network
A new league table reveals the best and worst countries in the G20 for growing businesses to trade with. Let this be a cautionary tale
John Smith is a long time professional criminal and convicted shoplifter. But he got more than he bargained for recently, when trying to steal clothing from a high street retailer
Here's how research into police data helped academics pin-point a failsafe five-point process to dodge unwanted surprises in business
The value for outstanding debt this year is up by 175 per cent, from £15.3 million to £42.6 million
Among the G20 nations, the UK has emerged as a leader in cutting red tape for digital entrepreneurs, as well as its knowledge database, according to research from EY. The nation's overall ranking, however, is marred by the lack of adequate access to finance and digital skills
The business as usual approach hasn't changed much since the Brexit vote, according to BDRC Continental's quarterly SME Finance Monitor. Surprisingly, most SME owners believe banks will say 'yes' if they were to approach them for a facility
A new study suggests women do ask for pay rises but don’t get them. Academics from Cass Business School, the University of Warwick and the University of Wisconsin took gender theories to task, revealing that the major cause for the gender gap is "pure discrimination", rather than a lack of confidence or competitiveness in women
When Nimesh Thakrar and Misa Zahar set up their 3D printed jewellery business, Banneya, they knew they hit gold. Here's how they got started
Research reveals that tattoos are still seen as undesirable at many workplaces. Is this really still the case?
Academic expert, Victoria Hurth, examines the difference between purpose and CSR, and the value of both in business
A guide to choosing the right marketing system for your business