Skype co-founder Jaan Tallinn is the Baltic businessman everyone wants to emulate. Colin Donald talks to him about how his focus moved from how we communicate to how we survive
For any small business with ambition, scaling up to the next level is can be tough, but there is support out there from of world-class business schools and the Government.
Justina Treigyte argues for a new school of thought in secondary education to boost Baltic GDP.
Just because some people understand the business benefits of getting renewable energy systems installed, that doesn’t necessarily mean that they go on and do it. Which is a shame, really, as every time a business actively decides not to move into renewables, it means that a valuable investment opportunity is lost.
With the £400m Trinity Leeds shopping centre he oversees now almost full, Gerald Jennings has much reason for optimism in 2015. He also has a new influential role to contend with in the New Year, supporting businesses through what could be a pivotal 12 months for the regional economy. Here he takes a break from orchestrating the festive sales rush to talk to Andrew Mernin
CNBC today released the results of its new Mobile Elite survey, an annual research report which tracks the usage and impact of mobile devices amongst business executives
Having devised a plot as a teenager to revolutionise the way people access the internet, Jonathan Burrows now heads up a near £15m-a-year business recently the subject of a £21.5m takeover and refinancing deal. Andrew Mernin charts the meteoric rise of Sheffield-based Ask4 and finds out where next for the runaway success story
Exporting to China opens up access to a group of middle class consumers larger in number than all of the citizens of the European Union combined – and they are willing and able to pay a premium for quality. Richard Sice, Chief Executive of Fast Track China, imagines the opportunities for businesses here in the UK.