With the help of a Kickstart grant, Pampered Pooches - a high-quality dog grooming service - now has over 200 canine clients in and around South Wales.
Shortlisted for two PD Ports Northern Powerhouse Export Awards, BODA SKINS is entering an exciting new period in its growth, branching out into clothing and accessories in 2019, from its beginnings in leather jackets and recent introduction of its luxury Shearling collection. BQ caught up with CEO, Nathan Alexander, to learn more about the company’s growth.
Highland Boundary distillery benefit from collaboration with Hariot-Watt University as part of scheme to help Scottish SME's
The start of 2019 has already brought a good news boost to the region’s SMEs with the North East Fund announcing that it has reached its first £10m milestone of investment allocated to local businesses.
Following the success of last year’s Entrepreneurs of the North, the Innovation SuperNetwork is once again on the lookout for the North’s most innovative high-growth businesses to win a chance to pitch to a room full of London investors.
For many, financial concerns can make becoming self employed feel like a pipe dream. But according to Transmit Group’s Richard Myers, this shouldn't be the case. He explains to BQ why you don’t need to risk your whole income to start your own business.
New partnership announced with female entrepreneur network AllBright to help facilitate access to funding and advice for female business founders.
Women contemplating starting their own business this year are being invited to a free information evening to help their dream become a reality.
From space asteroid mining to artisan bacon production, the Scottish economy has received a major boost after more than 53,000 customers connected with Business Gateway in 2018.
Gaenor Cassell, partner of Burness Paull LLT, discusses the three key steps that food and drink businesses and entrepreneurs need to consider when seeking funding to grow their business
Modern life as a business owner may be rewarding, but it can also be hectic, stressful and overall, busy. Cramming every waking moment with meetings, tasks and deadlines can seem like the only path to success and it can become addictive. As we ease into 2019, business coach and Vistage chair, Chris Everard, explains how to tackle busy-ness for better business success.
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