entrepeneurship

The old (and slow) world of IP protection is colliding with a disruptive world that will not wait for growth. In the same way that platform technologies have transformed the way people communicate, share and do business, the IP industry is ready for a platform approach to drive better decision making across the ideas lifecycle.
What seemed like the most terrible scenario in the world ended up being the biggest godsend as I was forced to look at alternative options. Within a month I'd had a lucky meeting with someone and managed to secure some work experience. It was this year after school when I realised how IMPORTANT work experience was.
When Vanita Parti left her job in marketing to look after her two children, little did she know that this sacrifice would
The significantly increased talk in recent years about how small businesses are the lifeblood of the economy has surprised me. It is as if the recessionary years suddenly made this so and they were somehow not the very same lifeblood before.
As we draw nearer to the Women of the Future Awards in association with Shell and eagerly await this year's line-up of groundbreaking women, I reflect on Unleash's 2nd year and what it really means to be an entrepreneur.
Government must engage with these businesses to secure the future sustainable growth of our economy. These business leaders have weathered arguably the worst recession in the last century and come out as survivors. As one such business leader I feel it's high time that we focus on these 'champions' of industry,
We work closely with local markets and supermarkets, using their surplus fresh ingredients to make chutneys before they are discarded, which we sell online and in food markets across the UK.
The government's TechCityUK initiative has been making headlines with its aim to rapidly grow the cluster of start-ups in London's Old Street area - dubbed 'Silicon Roundabout' - into a world-class hub for technology innovation.