At 80 years old, entrepreneur Peter Westerman has been full-circle in terms of Britain’s involvement with the EU. He tells BQ why it’s now more important than ever for British businesses to seize overseas opportunities.
Fabdec managing director Chris Powell tells us what inspired the business to start exporting and what challenges they've had to overcome since.
Small to medium sized manufacturers across the Midlands have remained resilient in the face of ‘Brexit’ uncertainty, according to new research.
Plasterboard fixings company GripIt currently exports to 32 countries, with plans to sell products in 20,000 stores across the globe. CEO and founder, Jordan Daykin, offers his advice to businesses looking to export their products and get them into retail stores.
David Fox, chairman of PP Control & Automation, tackles the much maligned world of the sales person...
Jesmond leisurewear firm AIM Athleisure is setting up a manufacturing facility, bringing production of clothing back in-house so they can ‘Make it British’, thanks to help from the North East Manufacturing Growth Programme.
The dramatic pace of technological change at work has led Hampshire researchers to call for an urgent shift in how employers engage with education and skills providers.
Amy Livingstone and Julie Wilson explain how starting their families also led to them launching their Cheeky Chompers business, writes Peter Ranscombe.
Following the success of the Data.Space 2017 conference in Glasgow in February, BQ Scotland editor Peter Ranscombe asks what the future holds for Scotland’s fledgling space sector and looks ahead to next year’s event.