For those who are passionate about expanding the diversity of Britain’s boardrooms, 2016 is potentially a year of great opportunity – but there is still work to be done
Tech giants come together to air their concerns around proposed surveillance legislation, which the government has proposed to tackle potential terror threats
With the draft Investigatory Powers Bill laying out the UK government’s plans for the future of surveillance, how are tech companies and encryption likely to be impacted?
Startups live or die on their ability to stay ahead of the curve. That’s why the best businesses are those that are open to employees’ innovations
Conventional logic suggests that failure doesn't feature in the vocabularies of most entrepreneurs. But it's the fear of failing that drives so many startups to unbridled success
The latest SME Confidence Tracker from Bibby Financial Services reveals that 35% of British SMEs have no plans to invest in their business in Q1 2016, with almost a third blaming the uncertain economic environment in the UK
It was only a matter of time before healthcare got caught up in the technology revolution. And, as demonstrated by some groundbreaking British startups, healthtech looks like changing the world for good
An IPO can provide the fuel that grows a startup into a brand with global reach. But failing to prepare properly can have dire results