With record sales and trademark registrations, the gin industry is thriving, so could rum experience a similar success?
Government ambition to be a leading maritime nation relies on technology, but it requires more than just investment to get it right
Customs-free ports are commonplace around the globe and have been around for centuries, but proposals to create them in the UK have drawn criticism in some areas
A recent increase in the number of business failures is of course alarming, but it could in part reflect healthy levels of entrepreneurship
Rapid globalisation and complex supply chains mean brands have hitherto largely relied on production overseas, where labour is often cheaper and economies of scale have enabled strong expansion. But in light of Brexit and its potential impact on global trade and workforces, the reindustrialisation of Britain, for the textiles industry at least, could prove attractive to many domestic brands
‘CEOs need to invest more in shops, but our broken business rates system means they are punished for doing so’
Greg Clark, government minister for artificial intelligence strategy, says the UK can claim a multi-billion-pound economic prize as world leaders in AI
Set to take off in the UK, Islamic finance could fund major infrastructure projects and even be boosted by Brexit