Big enterprises battle startups for customer loyalty

Unilever Building Bangkok Thailand

A business war between intrepid startups and determined commercial giants has entered a new phase as behemoths fight to win back customers

From plantburgers to cutting food waste: how to feed the next billion

Food grown in lab with LED lights

Innovation needed to feed an extra 83 million people a year

The public sector needs startup disruption

Attitudes to risk and innovation displayed by entrepreneurs hungry for success and reward will help transform the public sector

Innovative startups in the transport sector

Brothers Tiff and Alex Burns, founders of LuckyTrip, a travel startup selected for easyJet’s accelerator programme with Founders Factory

Whether it is planes, trains or automobiles, tech startups and smaller businesses have the dexterity to originate and flex ideas efficiently and cost effectively for tomorrow's journey

The freelance CIO boosts the startup economy

CIO going freelance

An experienced chief information officer who goes freelance has much to offer, particularly to enterprising startups, and can reap worthwhile rewards

The secret new startup hub

Santiago's Providencia district

Santiago, Chile, has become an unlikely hub for global startups, under a government programme that aims to attract global talent into the country to diversify its economy

Next household names in UK digital

Next household names in UK digital

The spirit of innovation runs deep in the UK and there are plenty of thriving young companies – here are ten that look set for success in 2017

How to grow your business and keep principles

Grow business and keep principles

What does it take to expand a successful enterprise or brand from small beginnings without losing its original appeal and following?