Some are predicting the death knell for high streets. Do Britain’s entrepreneurs have a part to play in ensuring their survival?
Julie Deane started selling satchels as a means of making schools fees. Much to her amazement, six years later she is the owner of a multi-million pound business and is a new addition to the fashion world’s inner circle
How does UK enterprise feel about the success of the contentious ‘rights for shares’ scheme?
The business empire Lord Karan Bilimoria had carefully built stood on the verge of collapse. But thanks to his steely resolve, uncompromising morals and a joint venture with one of the world’s biggest brewing companies, Cobra Beer is stronger than ever
Dessi Bell, founder of sportswear brand Zaggora, on learning to build a brand that lasts
The clinical trialling of medicines can represent a huge stall in their journey to market. Fortunately, clinical trial search engine TrialReach has stepped in to suture up the gap
Andrew Butt, managing director and co-founder of Enable, the bespoke business software provider
Emma Sinclair has turned Target Parking into a profit-making machine
As usual, there was much discussion about this year’s budget. But did the chancellor come up trumps for the UK’s SMEs in 2013?
Reggae Reggae Sauce went from Brixton Market to outselling Heinz’s Tomato Ketchup. But success didn’t always come easily to the reformed Levi Roots