3 great open tech and fintech roles to discover

Cloud computing and Kubernetes skills are in demand as are Python programmers, big data specialists and those with AI and ML capabilities

Alternative Finance for Business

Demand for finance from small business flat at best

Big drops in demand for peer-to-peer lending and equity investments in 2019, although figures still coming in

Legislation and Regulation

Top 5 compliance mistakes in finance and how to avoid them

Manually overwriting old documents when arranging loans is both costly and leaves you open to errors. Cloud-based automated documentation ensures your finance department avoids human mistakes and helps you stay compliant

Alternative Finance for Business

Duke Royalty plans to double investment activity over coming year

Duke Royalty brings royalty finance concept to Britain, investing millions in established SMEs in exchange of share of revenue

Alternative Finance for Business

Norah Coelho of PayPal Q&A: ‘Getting access to finance is incredibly important’

PayPal Working Capital has seen a 60 per cent spike in UK small business lending year-on-year. Norah Coelho tells growth Business how it works.


Government supports call for female-focused investment funds

Women receive less funding at every stage of their business growth journey, says Treasury review


One third of SMEs say funding will get more difficult post Brexit

Demand for external funding drops as businesses sit tight


Boutique property developer secures funding for East London scheme

Scheme will allow NestEast to create nine new apartments and a rooftop garden for prospective buyers.

Financial Management

Breaking down Government’s new Finance Bill

Will Sweeney, senior corporate tax manager at Menzies LLP, says Government changes to Entrepreneurs Relief in the Finance Bill will affect investments.


Entrepreneur interview: Christer Holloman, CEO and co-founder of Divido

Co-founder and CEO Christer Holloman on his company's plans to scale up and expand across Europe and the US.


Entrepreneur profile: James Sinclair, founder of Partyman

Having grown a portfolio of children's entertainment centres across the UK over the last 12 years, James Sinclair has build a business- Partyman-which turns over £10 million a year and employs 350 staff.


Development finance – The what, how, who and why?

In this article, we clarify just a few of the most important questions regarding development finance and its mechanics.