Celebrating and inspiring entrepreneurship to help businesses succeed and grow
Marketing Derby managing director John Forkin explains how the organisation is helping attract businesses to the city with its new London office.
James Calder explains how he has developed an idea that came to him whilst cutting his lawn into a £2m turnover recruitment business backed by former Nottingham Forest captain Michael Dawson.
Bill Clark, CEO of British heritage brand DavyMarkham, tells BQ how a return to British ownership has helped breathe a new lease of life into the company.
Roger Gaunt of Gauntlet Risk Management Ltd gives his top tips for aspiring entrepreneurs and charts his career so far.
ScotSoft, the annual festival of ideas and innovation showcasing the best of the Scottish technology sector, returns in October to the EICC with its biggest speaker lineup yet.
Newcastle United Football Club has launched three Chinese social media accounts as the club looks to increase its profile in the Far East.
Christian Arno has built Lingo24 from a bedroom in his parents’ house to the cusp of becoming one of the 50 largest translation companies in the world. Suzy Powell quizzes him on languages, investors and Brexit.
In light of Manchester United's record-breaking transfer coming under scrutiny for possible corruption, Aziz Rahman, of award-winning business crime solicitors Rahman Ravelli, examines what those in football – and anyone else in business – must do to prevent such problems.