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.
That was the business ethos being championed by Etsy CEO Chad Dickerson during a talk at the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce.
The government now has two new advisers on tech policy.
Building a high-growth business stage three: Choosing to partner with larger firms to collaborate on projects.
That a team of 13 could build a business worth $1 billion should be the inspiration that all entrepreneurs need.
With a pile of government cash behind it, Ontario is gearing itself up to compete on the global technology field.
Private equity firms are very dangerous to know if yours is a small, fast-moving firm.
Surround yourself with the best people for the job and your business will reap the benefit.
Building a high-growth business stage two: Making the international step from the outset.
Determining what is a quantifiably sound business model is hard work for both entrepreneurs and investors.
The government has lost one of its best business brains through the departing Rohan Silva.
Alex Blackburne, editor of sustainable investment magazine Blue & Green Tomorrow, looks back at the New Energy & Cleantech Awards and forward to the future of sustainability.
After an era rich in debt, equity financing provides a more sustainable growth track.
Ahead of George Osborne’s third March Budget speech, GrowthBusiness speaks with entrepreneurs from around the country in various sectors to find out what they would like to see come out of the annual announcement.
Building a high-growth business stage one: Hire the best people.
‘Price is what you pay. Value is what you get.’ Predictably wise words from the Sage of Omaha himself.
It's that time of year again when we look to celebrate the best of the M&A world.
Don’t forget to keep investors sweet after they've handed over the cash.
In his third and final column on mentoring business builders, George Coelho explains how gaining access to one advisor can open the door to many more.
At the beginning of 2013 Richard Reed and the rest of his founding team at Innocent Drinks sold out the last of their stake to Coca Cola. GrowthBusiness finds out what happens after exiting a business valued at $500 million.
Glenn Porter, general manager international identity verification at GBGroup, examines the opportunities and risks of trading with the MINT population of Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria and Turkey.
With March IPOs raising £671 million on London's AIM market, it looks like the junior exchange is back to its best.