Brexit for startups: Will it cut red tape or cut life support?
With the EU referendum on 23 June edging nearer, expert lawyer James Fulforth looks further at the implications of what a Brexit would mean for Britain’s startup founders. Entrepreneurs have a lot to consider, with funding, recruitment, market access and regulations all likely to be affected. more»
Britain’s small online businesses fall behind European rivals on international sales
New PayPal research has found that just 56 per cent sell to foreign customers, even though 86m international consumers bought from Britain during 2015, with shipping costs considered the biggest barrier to cross-border selling. more»
The rise of the micro multinational
As a micro business owner, going global can feel like a challenging prospect. But operating this way allows small firms to spread out the costs of manufacturing and still create products efficiently. By having some business components overseas, your micro enterprise can wield international influence. more»