Startup aims to reduce the reoffending rate
5.5m Brits are planning to start a business in the next six months
The Silicion Roundabout at Old Street is turned into an elevated food and drink hub
UK making gains through innovation
Dating site creator sparks controversy intentionally
The Finchley-based group brings together entrepreneurs
Accused of gentrification by South London's online community
A new campaign aims to use tube ads to raise money for microloans.
The textile makers have dressed the Queen, Lady Gaga and Peter Pan
Musicians learn to balance work and passion
Named as the capital's fastest growing tech cluster
Three tips to avoid failure given by startups' founders
An office made of recyclable material has opened in Hoxton Square - in a tree
Euroart Studios open their gates on the 9th June
Project backed by Barclays, Facebook and Pepsi
Are relatives a help or a hindrance when running a business?
Craft event offers men the chance to showcase their work
Startups could soon receive investment from the former Wimbledon champion
The Little Iron Fish Project fights iron deficit in Cambodia.
Reviewing Graduate Fashion Week's colorful bonanza
Tech-based startup activity is set to add 20,000 jobs to UK economy
A free educational platform to learn coding for children
A van filled with a bar and a meth lab
Benjamin Pollock's shop has been open since the nineteenth century.
A model railway and sawmill are on the list
Upstart picks apart UBS and PwC's Billionaire Report.
Is bitcoin more trouble than revenue?
Only Foals and Horses or Only Food and Sauces?
Number of profitable small businesses increases by 10 per cent
Institute for Sustainability and Mayor of London’s office announce new competition
Two farms close each day and local papers report farmers' suicides
Proceeds from photographs go to charity
Enterprise Bill will reduce red tape by £10bn
Julianne Ponan talks to Upstart about facing adversity as a small business.
The true roots of chocolate as an African plant
Stallholders face eviction by a local football team
New app to launch this summer.
One sign reads: 'UKIP voters please shop somewhere else'.
Some smaller names are giving the big guns a run for their money.
Temporary workspaces have become a much more affordable option for SMEs.
How do Brick Lane's coffee shops survive in a crowded market?
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