This week I met business secretary Vince Cable to discuss exporting, trade missions and the new business bank.
The decision by Twitter to list on the New York Stock Exchange, rather than the techie favourite NASDAQ, raises the question of what an exchange really means.
Why spending more on a company's greatest asset is money well invested.
Blackouts, slum housing but 900 million mobile connections – India will define the next few decades of growth for the UK.
Angry Birds, dinosaurs and female domination at Investor AllStars 2013.
There are a few crucial traits that all business builders should possess.
Growing businesses are often scared of the idea of accepting external finance, but funding is in many ways just another supply to be procured, argues Stephen Welton.
Gone are the days when you could rely on a nice bundle of Microsoft Office tools to be adequate.
We all know which technology firms are leading the world – but what about those operating under the radar.
Technology entrepreneur Vineet Jain gives his advice on the big venture capital fundraising questions – when, how much and why?
The growth markets have endured a torrid time since the financial crash, but there is now reason to be optimistic.
Now is an opportune moment to find a more focussed definition of business size.
With a lot of negative press emerging about zero hour contracts, what do entrepreneurs and business leaders really think about the practice?
This week saw the formal introduction of fees for employment tribunals in the UK – a development that was described as a 'great day for Britain's worst bosses' by TUC general secretary Frances O'Grady.
Before the explosion of technology prowess seen in East London, and financial firepower that now calls Canary Wharf home, the UK was built on a strong history of manufacturing.
So Lord Sugar, or Sir Alan as he's otherwise known, has chosen his next business partner. But what do the finalists suggest about UK entrepreneurship?
Events in the last week point towards a reawakening of days gone by – could the same be needed for innovation?
In an era when you can outsource your outsourcing, working out what is really core is time well spent.
The rise of crowdfunding can only be sustained if we keep the nanny state out.
I'm always enthused when the government decides to not just throw money at a generic problem, but actually target specific elements of it.
With a mission to surface the best art for the most people, whether for sale or not, ArtStack has experienced rapid uptake and built a global community of art appreciators.
Once traditionally the finance of choice for lower mid-market buy-out businesses, Alex Macpherson, head of the ventures team at Octopus Investments, explains how his funds are now backing enterprising and dynamic younger firms.
In a year when so many exciting company's raised big sums of money, and were sold for eye-watering sums, deciding which were the best was hard work.
Research report into the top-performing 100 companies below the FTSE 350 and on AIM.