An engaging culture can make all the difference when trying to motivate and retain staff. But does it become harder to maintain a close-knit culture as an enterprise grows?
The word failure doesn’t belong in an entrepreneur’s vocabulary – which is why so many sterling start-ups have rallied from near bankruptcy instead of throwing in the towel
Employees of SMEs may be an incredibly hardworking bunch but new research shows their health and wellbeing could be suffering as a result
With changes to flexible working legislation having come in on June 30, a third of SMEs could face severe legal repercussions for still not having a policy in place
Being prepared to adopt new technology has become vital to startup success. We speak to EE’s Mike Tomlinson about what he believes is driving adoption of tech among small businesses
Report from Albion Ventures reveals only 10% of SMEs tried to raise finance in past year – but those that did had their eyes on expansion
CBI report suggests the special relationship is stronger than ever as UK pumps a whopping $487bn into the USA, creating 100 million jobs
As the female CEO of ServicePower, an AIM-listed technology company, Marne Martin is currently a rare breed. But she sees no reason – aside from a lack of ambition – why other women can’t follow in her footsteps