The UK wants to be a leading technology nation, but can it rise to the challenge?
Failure rates are high for mid-sized companies, but mistakes can be avoided
Is it best to expand a business organically or via acquisitions?
Synergy Health’s Richard Steeves on his company’s takeover. Plus winners in full
Ex roughneck aims to pass the oil-price test
TransferWise, a peer to peer currency exchange, takes on banks by offering low rates
Schools cannot do it alone. Business must help educate the next generation of founders, says Alex Chesterman
We share responsibility for keeping UK in prime role, says
Three founders who have set up businesses in the past 12 months explain their models to Charlotte Clarke
Creative approaches to recruitment are a necessity
Mid-sized companies raise millions but pitfalls remain
The UK’s regions are hotbeds of innovation and networking
A primary school scheme inspires pupils to build a business
The UK has led a revolution in lending, with a crowdfunding market worth £1bn last year. Will the FCA rules pop the bubble?
How Chapel Down, the winemaker, is raising funds through crowdfunding
The state woos entrepreneurs with support programmes, trade initiatives and tax relief
As she is recognised for her business acumen, Rosemary Squire of the Ambassador Theatre Group talks global expansion
The talented entrepreneurs nominated in this year’s EY awards. Plus: methodology of the award
The owner of a thriving bath and beauty brand says her ‘Made in England’ label is key to sales
Rowan Gormley is the man who brought crowdfunding to the wine business, and he tells the FT why the business model is powerful
Agency promotes benefits of other centres as well as the capital
Many of today’s companies do not necessarily require large numbers of employees, whether they are start-ups or not
Start-ups must be selfish if they are to make the most of a business adviser’s support