Increasing the number of women at the top of big technology firms and encouraging more to start their own digital companies continues to be a hot topic. At an event in Cardiff this week, female tech entrepreneurs (and a handful of men) discussed what needs to be done. Dan Martin listened in.
Every Tuesday at 12.30pm you can watch an online business masterclass delivered by one of our Adviser members. This week, Amanda Cullen hosts: How to keep your business on track with efficient planning.
Coming into force on 25 May, GDPR is major new data protection rules that affect almost all businesses. In this online masterclass, learn 10 steps you need to take to make sure your business is compliant. The masterclass is one of more than 170 available exclusively to Enterprise Nation members. Not a member? Join today.
In 2017, 12.5 million working days were lost due to work related stress and one in six adults experiences depression, anxiety or issues relating to stress at any one time. Small business owners often face many pressures which can put them at particular risk. Jaan Madan shares advice for how entrepreneurs can keep their stress levels in check.
Morgan Arnell joined Enterprise Nation through our membership partnership with Reigate and Banstead Borough Council and in this week's member profile, tells the story of Crumbs Brewing, which makes beer with artisan bread.
Jim Shaikh's self-warming baby bottle is now stocked in major retailers including John Lewis, but with around 17m babies born every year, one of the most exciting markets for the business is China. Ahead of speaking at Go Global China in London on 23 May, Shaikh shares his story.
It's time for the last episode in the current series of the Small Business Sessions podcast with Xero. This week, Giles Williams, co-founder of Urban Massage, discusses the inspirational story of his on-demand massage booking platform.
Ahead of the Spring Statement, there were rumours the chancellor was considering lowering the VAT threshold to firms with £20,000 a year turnover. Liz Slee, Enterprise Nation head of media, speaks to small business owners about that potential decrease and what they think needs to change about VAT.