The long-term unemployed, elderly and disabled people, women and ethnic minorities – all these people are under-represented among Europe’s
As technology progresses, consumer habits change. Like many other electrical appliances, old television sets have become obsolete.
It is the hope of any business: achieving sustainable growth and confidence. But in these tough economic times it has become increasingly difficult
As Brussels considers reforming European insolvency laws, to modernise rules drawn up 12 years ago, there is growing debate about the practice of
Right On’s Seamus Kearney spoke to the owner of an insolvent business in Berlin to get a feel for the human impact of a business collapsing. He also
Question from Kate , UK:
“I run a small clothing company and would like to expand my business. Does the EU provide financial support to companies
The announcement that British retailer Tesco is considering leaving the US boosted its share price by over three percent on Wednesday.
To find out
Running a company requires a variety of skills and abilities which increasing numbers of young business people are learning via management courses
One of Europe’s hard realities is the fact that only one in two companies lasts five years or more. 90% of bankruptcies are due to liquidity
London is where they work, but Marbella is where this journey started for two unusual young men. Who are they? And what is My Destination?
“I would say, if you have a vision, an idea stick to that. If you have an idea, you have to believe in it and even if the situation is not that good
On this edition of U talk Itsván from Budapest asked:
“I run a construction company in Hungary and would like to know if we are allowed to
This week, Business Planet is in Riga, the capital of Latvia, a country which suffered heavily from the global crisis.
However, the economy is
Boosting entrepreneurship to combat an ageing population: the French region of Auvergne started investing in its entrepreneurs a few years back
Imagine being able to work from just about anywhere…
Welcome to Sofia, a city where wifi is free and accessible in many public places across town
Sarah Smith is part of a new generation of environmentally-aware entrepreneurs. Her drive to suceed has taken her to Paris where she will pitch her
Only 3% of chief executives in big European companies are women, 14% sit as company board members. The situation is slowly changing, however the
Euronews reporter Monica Pinna spoke to Avivah Wittenberg-Cox, CEO of the consultancy 20-first, which works with companies interested in diversifying
Every year in Europe, 600,000 jobs are lost simply because entrepreneurs don’t prepare their company’s transition properly.
Making sure company
A Danish company has developed a series of machines that can quite literally see the unseen.
Joergen Rheinlaender, the Director at InnospeXion
For its latest edition, Business Planet goes to South Wales where there is a plan to develop education and business side-by-side.
Each year, 350
This week, Business Planet takes a look at one of Europe’s answers to the economic crisis: a network of tutors encouraging women entrepreneurs
Trains on Britain’s busy and profitable West Coast Mainline between London and Scotland are to be run by FirstGroup after the company outbid the
Sweden is one of the top three most innovative countries in the world, along with Switzerland and Singapore.
Marika Bonde made her dream come
How do you get finance when you’re a small or medium sized enterprise specialising in research? First you have to identify your needs, make the most
About a third of entrepreneurs in Europe are women. It’s true that isn’t always easy, in the face of well-worn stereotypes, to construct a