The government’s apprenticeship levy reforms mean that apprenticeships make even greater commercial sense, says David Prosser.
Much-needed business-rates relief still isn’t getting through to small- and medium-sized enterprises, says David Prosser.
When crab stocks began to dwindle, American fishing tycoon Chuck Bundrant turned it to his advantage with a little lateral thinking.
The Green Deal Finance Company provides loans to UK homeowners to allow them to invest in renewable energy or energy-efficient products for their homes.
With the number of contactless card transactions doubling last year, The UK is moving towards a cashless society. But that would make many small businesses much worse off.
After hanging up his foots, former Birmingham City footballer Olivier Tebily turned his hand to a whole new occupation.
Former hedge-fund manager Daniel Szor took up doing what he always wanted to do – distill whisky in the Cotswolds.
Nik Whitfield founded Panaseer, which uses advanced data analytics to advise firms where to spend money on cyber-security.
Tyler Brûlé created the upmarket magazines Wallpaper and Monocle, making him the “tastemaker of late capitalism”.
Small businesses are earning little or even no interest in the bank, and are missing out on a useful source of income.
George Clooney and Rande Gerber started out making small-batch tequila, says Chris Carter. Then, everybody wanted a taste.