If the UK is to match its cohort of top global ecosystems in the creation of unicorns it must first fix the funding gap that exists when a start-up begins to scale up.
Heinz's announcement that it was to start making ketchup in the UK again was widely hailed, but the UK's post-Brexit food and drink manufacturing sector still faces stern challenges.
London comes out on top in Investment Monitor’s 2021 edition of the UK Cities Scorecard but is losing ground when it comes to innovation and infrastructure.
Investment Monitor's Future of British Cities series has taken in more than 20 locations, each with its own industrial story and offering to investors. Richard Gardham rounds up our coverage.
The US is way out in front when it comes to the use of SPACs, but there are signs that Europe is getting in on the act, which, writes Nick Whitehead of ZEDRA, could be good news for the continent's SMEs.
The Covid-19 pandemic has hit Kent's tourism industry hard, but the county is looking to use its natural charms to lead the co-working revolution as companies untie themselves from London.
The Good Friday Agreement was signed in 1998 and since then Northern Ireland's fortunes have, for the most part, been on the rise, but how responsible is the GFA for these improvements?
The UK government wants state-owned investors to fund major energy transition projects, but how much appetite will they have for these assets?
If, as is expected, the SNP wins a majority in the Scottish election on 6 May, the independence debate will go into overdrive, but, as Investment Monitor has explored, the topic isn't a simple one.
Multinational ICT company Infosys will create 1,000 jobs in the UK and says it is reinforcing its dedication to strengthening the UK-India relationship.