Andrew Gladstone-Heighton, policy leader at NCFE, looks at what article 50 expiring could mean for the education sector.
Devro, which manufactures collagen products for the food industry, has reported it is on track to deliver on its cost savings target for the year after trading in line with expectations.
Jones Publishing founder Karen Jones has always seen the value of protecting the IP of her business as she tells Bryce Wilcock.
The Stelios-backed chain of coffee shops is planning to open a further 100 stores over the next three years, despite challenging market conditions.
Wavegarden Scotland, the company set to develop Scotland’s first artificial surf park, has been granted planning application to redevelop Craigpark Quarry near Ratho, Edinburgh into a surfing and leisure facility.
Battery recycling plant, Belomont Trading UK, which could handle up to 12000 tonnes of battery waste every year, is extending its dismantling lines to prepare for the disassembly of an increasing number of electric vehicle (EV) batteries (Li-Ion), as the uptake of electric vehicles increases across the UK.
Huawei, the global technology company, has unveiled its New Renaissance Hotspots report which shows that the UK is seeing a new age of technology and creativity with Edinburgh, Norwich and Nottingham ranking highest for innovation.
From the potential disruption caused by Brexit to the looming threat of protectionism, the challenges facing entrepreneurs today are significant, but Max Steinberg says opportunities for growth and success exist abound.
One of the richest men in Wales is about the become even richer after selling telecoms company Mitel, which has a Welsh base in Caldicot, for $2bn (£1.43bn).