What next for the UK Patent Box regime?

John Moore, November 24th, 2015 John Moore

In our previous post on this topic (The death of the UK Patent Box regime? – All is not lost) […]

HMRC’s plan for small business R&D tax relief

John Moore, November 2nd, 2015 John Moore

At the end of October 2015 HMRC published their plan for an administrative framework for the next two years and […]

The UK Has The Most Tech ‘Unicorns’ in Europe

admin, July 29th, 2015 Avatar

Unicorns are known as rare, elusive creatures, but in the tech world of London, they are becoming increasingly common. During […]

London’s Tech Businesses Celebrated at London Technology Week

Kingly Brookes, July 22nd, 2015 Kingly Brookes

London Technology Week took place last month to celebrate London’s role as the “digital capital” and tech hub of Europe. […]

The 5 biggest barriers to business growth

Martin Jones, July 16th, 2015 Martin Jones

One of the biggest challenges almost all businesses face at one stage or another is ensuring that they grow continually. […]

Key points from the July Budget 2015

Martin Jones, July 9th, 2015 Martin Jones

On Wednesday 8 July 2015 George Osborne delivered the first Budget speech of this Government. So what exactly did the Chancellor […]

AIM Celebrates its 20th Birthday

Kingly Brookes, July 8th, 2015 Kingly Brookes

On 19th June 1995, the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) was launched in the UK, starting with 10 companies that had […]

Four Business Growth Trends to be aware of

Kingly Brookes, June 22nd, 2015 Kingly Brookes

The annual Future of Growth Summit business development conference advertises itself as “Davos for the disruptive”. Its speakers include entrepreneurs […]

Ten Companies that Prove Cambridge is a Great Place for Tech Start Ups

Kingly Brookes, June 17th, 2015 Kingly Brookes

As the location of the second oldest University in the English speaking world, Cambridge’s history in academia is long and […]

Could Investment in Technology Close the Productivity Gap?

Kingly Brookes, June 8th, 2015 Kingly Brookes

After years in the doldrums, we’re told that the UK economy is growing strongly again, with unemployment down and wages starting […]