Birmingham social enterprise Miss Macaroon has announced the arrival of three new members to its board of non-executive directors.
Brightsolid, a Scottish colocation and cloud solutions company, has partnered with RingCentral UK, Ltd., a leading provider of global enterprise cloud communications, collaboration, and contact centre solutions and a wholly owned subsidiary of RingCentral, Inc., to deliver RingCentral’s market-leading enterprise cloud communications solutions alongside its own products to its Scottish customer base.
Giuseppe Scionti, founder and CEO of Novemeat, is speaking and showcasing the world's first 3D printed plant-based steak at this week's London Food Tech Week - the world’s biggest celebration of the latest Food Tech trends.
Whilst working as a lawyer for Clarity - a company which provides software and clinical knowledge to the NHS, Tim Sewart was approached by owners to take over as CEO and run the business. Today Clarity's software is used by 85% of NHS GP's in England. Here's his story.
Two South-Wales based entrepreneurs are embarking on a record-breaking attempt to shake-up the current advertising industry, by creating the world’s most expensive website.
Barclays Business Banking reveals it has seen the number and value of loans to the UK dentistry industry almost double in the last two years, as dentists race to expand premises and invest in new technology to keep up with consumer demand.
Springfield Properties has taken a major step towards making its developments more environmentally sustainable after becoming the UK’s first housebuilder to use waste plastic to build a road on a housing development.
Did you know that in 2025 BT will turn off their ISDN and PSTN networks for voice calling? We asked Nick Cohen, business development manager at Time Communication Solutions, for his recommendations on how business owners can prepare for the ISDN and PSTN switch-off.
There is huge attention at the moment on scaling business. Scaling is part of a national focus on making the business community more innovative, more competitive, more productive. Professor Laura Galloway from Edinburgh Business School, Heriot-Watt University shares her insight with BQ.
Almost £9.5m of funding has been secured to provide free skills training for over 5,000 adults in the area served by the York, North Yorkshire and East Riding Local Enterprise Partnership (YNYER LEP) and Tees Valley Combined Authority.