The capital has increased its lead over New York in the Global Power City Index but still lags behind other cities in the cost of living and environmental stakes
Research from Barclays highlights the new enterprise hubs in northern towns and cities that show spread of entrepreneurial ecosystems across UK
Despite a vote on independence looming, start-ups in Scotland are keeping their heads down and leading the small business boom north of the border
As the recovery gathers steam, the UK leaps up the rankings to become the world’s eight most competitive nation.
The UK can’t keep relying on the south to secure its economic future, argues Clive Lewis, head of enterprise at the ICAEW
Bristol quite deservedly has a reputation as being something of a radical spirit. And this has made the south-western city a natural home for enterprises looking to go against the grain
There’s a growing confidence in the UK’s second largest city as entrepreneurs take advantage of favourable conditions to use it as a launch pad for new ventures. Jon Card reveals why Birmingham is looking better than ever for business