Flexible working has been around for a while in various forms, but here is why I think a truly flexible approach works.
In an era when the obsession with start-up generation is reaching fervour, it will be interesting to see which ones stand the test of time.
As we approach the start of a General Election year, have the government done enough to engage with, and take advice from, the business community?
Building a relationship with potential investors is one of the most important activities when it comes to growing a start-up.
Creating a successful sales team goes beyond simply finding those that can sell fridges to Eskimos.
As ever, our annual New Energy & Cleantech Awards brought together the best of the industry and highlighted some groundbreaking developments.
Early-stage businesses need to be careful to not get swept up in the sexy start-up scene.
With the mayor of London Boris Johnson set to decide between keeping his position or returning to government, business consultant Leon Emirali argues that a job-share might be a good idea.
With March IPOs raising £671 million on London's AIM market, it looks like the junior exchange is back to its best.
Cleantech businesses and projects are notoriously difficult to get off the ground, with cyclical changes in the cost-effectiveness and market potential for technologies having a big impact.
The sale of Kickstarter-backed Oculus VR has ignited the opinions of many who question how early-stage backers benefit when businesses do well.
The internet has done wonderful things for entrepreneurs, and given them tools our predecessors could only dream about.
It's that time of the year again, when George Osborne unveils his latest batch of economy boosting ingredients.
The search for the right backer is one which should start a long time before needing capital.
Rather than labour on or grasp at an attractive offer for their business, entrepreneurs can choose a middle ground.
It's always interesting to find out who the most active investors have been.
The Year of Code is upon us, and with it a generation of coders could be born.
This week David Cameron used the Federation of Small Businesses' annual conference to outline his future plans for SME help.
Just when you thought the world couldn't get any crazier, someone brings out a smartphone app so that users can become 'the world's greatest dealmaker'.
Positive market figures and a renewed focus on the future bodes well for SME growth during 2014.
With the deadline for self-assessment tax returns fast approaching, here are some tips for those who are fighting against time
Tom Marsden, CEO of Saberr, discusses the “skills versus fit” debate and advises how companies can be more diligent in the hiring process to make sure they get the balance right
Consumer spending is on the up and internet shopping means couriers should be winning more business: but some are still struggling despite the seemingly favourable conditions
The annual Cash Shells Directory is an invaluable guide for companies and advisers considering joining the stock market by reversing into a shell, providing a list of potential candidates and a commentary on each of them