To tweet, or not to tweet: that is the question. For Linda Cheung, CEO and co-founder of award-winning social CRM and services business CubeSocial, the answer is a resounding yes
In a downturn, strong, fast-growth businesses are like gold dust: we need them if our economy is to grow and thrive. Birmingham’s Bullion By Post is well and truly a child of the recession
December’s news that the government will be cutting the redundancy consultancy period from 90 to 45 days was destined to polarise people. The question is are the benefits of the reduced notice period being overstated?
Dismissed by her teachers as unrealistic and written off as a young single mother, Kanya King overcame all the odds to found Europe’s largest urban music awards show
With offices across three continents, it’s fair to say that Unruly Media is fast becoming a global success story
As she waits with baited breath to find out if her company’s won a lucrative MoJ contract, Sara Murray reflects on her journey from Oxford graduate to serial entrepreneur
Being able to count David Cameron among its ever-growing fans and plotting global expansion is good going for Adzuna – the classified ad business that went live less than two years ago
The founder of Climate Cars, Nicko Williamson, has always had a one-track mind. It was the entrepreneurial way, or the highway
The year 2013 will mark King of Shaves’ 20th birthday. The past two decades haven't been smooth sailing, but with founder Will King’s firm hand on the tiller, the business has survived and thrived – becoming one of the UK’s favourite home-grown brands
Unless you’ve been walking around with your fingers in your ears, you’ll be aware of the figures from the ONS showing that over three million people in Britain are officially ‘underemployed’. But is this just the evolution of a new labour market?