The internet revolution has redefined what 'great' is when it comes to business.
Visiting Colorado with the best of the UK cleantech sector to develop contacts with investors and partners.
While not offering much in the way of business goodies, George Osborne’s speech offered some festive cheer.
In the aftermath of the coalition government's fourth Autumn Statement address, we ask business leaders what they make of George Osborne's plans.
Putting out an open call for Autumn Statement demands produced some interesting results.
From a national insurance holiday to 'getting jiggy with entrepreneurs' – GrowthBusiness asks 15 business builders what they'd like to see come out of the Autumn Statement on 5 December.
It's that old adage again: the UK is never short of an idea, we just fall down when it comes to the execution.
A little smile crossed my face when I learned that photo sharing start-up Snapchat had turned down Facebook.
Learning from history's best to not give up on an idea.
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.
In his second of a series of blog posts, Ben Hutt, CEO of digital recruitment marketplace Talent Party, shares his thoughts on the three commitments that business owners should make to achieve balance
Budget restraints are holding back learning and development programmes: but should businesses be asking if they can afford not to train their staff?
Public holidays can be very tricky when trying to work out part-time and casual staff's wages fairly: so here is a quick guide to do some of the work for you
The gap in businesses’ measurement of customer experience means they don’t know what customers really want, research finds