A recent study has found that there is something of a perception gap between businesses and investors in terms of what makes a successful scale-up company.
It’s the stuff of economic nightmares, but this week’s interest rate rise brought it a step closer to reality. When banks increase the interest and charge for loans and overdrafts, thousands of zombie companies could be pushed into insolvency.
News that Millennium & Copthorne Hotels is subject to a potential £1.8bn take-private transaction has highlighted its use in the UK involving management buyouts of underperforming or undervalued listed companies.
In the firmament of Brexit debate emerges an article by Haakon Overli, founding partner of Dawn Venture Capital, published in the Sunday Telegraph. It argues that the use of blockchain can and should be the bedrock for the post-Brexit environment.
Knowing where to get the right support, especially in a financial sense, is crucial ahead of scaling up, explains Real Business columnist Charlie Mullins.
Access to finance is tricky, with a third of businesses turned down at least once for a business loan or funding over the past three years, and 12 per cent turned down on multiple occasions.
You might think of business bonds as being exclusive to large businesses, but the truth is that SMEs can make the most of the flexible finance solution too.
For many fast-growth businesses, the route to finance can be fraught with setbacks. However, having an application for external funding denied should not act as an impediment to growth, if reacted to effectively.
Prasanna Kulkarni, founder and product architect of Comparesoft, explains how small business owners can best manage their cash flow by leveraging their assets.
Cash flow is something ever-present on every small business owner’s mind. Here’s how you can access short-term finance options.
Mike Moffett, partner of operational restructuring at PwC, unveils some considerations for companies wanting to restructure during a difficult time.
Half-year report:Is it worth reviewing the way your organisation manages its finances?