Once-in-a-century opportunity

The UK wants to be a leading technology nation, but can it rise to the challenge?

Campus Google in the heart of East London's Tech City, flexible working spaces powered by Google, London, UK
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Founders face dilemma over the right path to growth

Is it best to expand a business organically or via acquisitions?

Richard Steeves
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Interview: UK Entrepreneur of the Year

Synergy Health’s Richard Steeves on his company’s takeover. Plus winners in full

Hiring Generation Y

Creative approaches to recruitment are a necessity

Meet the venture class of 2015

Three founders who have set up businesses in the past 12 months explain their models to Charlotte Clarke

Alex Chesterman

Opinion: Young entrepreneurs need us

Schools cannot do it alone. Business must help educate the next generation of founders, says Alex Chesterman

Dorsey returns to Twitter with big task

Backers of new chief point to Steve Jobs running Apple and Pixar

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Homegrown solutions will help continent thrive online

Entrepreneurs say there is no point in waiting for global groups to take an interest

AdhereTech team in New York city. From Left to right: Andres Contreras, Dan Gusz, Josh Stein, Mike Morena, John Langhauser
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Smart pill bottle averts medical mishaps

Wharton MBA’s product reminds patients to take their medication

Octopus to launch $140m ‘growth’ fund

VC to target expanding European tech groups

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