If you’ve been brought up to believe that personal debt is a last resort, be careful that the same attitude doesn’t creep into your business finance planning
Despite the global economic disruption that coronavirus has brought and fraught international trading conditions following Brexit, there is no shortage of British companies interested in growing and diversifying
John Courtney offers advice to ambitious business owners keen to grow their company by raising capital.
Microbusinesses are the engine of the British economy. Businesses with 10 employees or fewer make up 96% of companies in the UK, so when they thrive, we all do.
It’s not been an easy 24 months for small businesses. This may be a huge understatement but it’s a truth that has to be acknowledged.
Post-Brexit, the exporting landscape has become more challenging.
I might sound odd when I say that for your business to become investor-ready you need to have a plan for exit.
We have all seen the devastating images from Ukraine on our TV screens and the economic impact is already being felt closer to home.
Small businesses must showcase resilience to compete and thrive in the post pandemic world. Here Alison Watson, Head of the School of Leadership and Management at Arden University, explores how SMEs can thrive in 2022.
Embedded finance is already widely available in consumer finance: business finance is catching up to make entrepreneurs’ lives easier.