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Sebastián Espinosa FRSA explains how technology and the power of micro enterprise marketplaces are rapidly changing the reality for people in his native Chile.
Manufacturing is often seen as an industry in terminal decline. But our research shows a sector that is becoming leaner, better and more economically viable.
Meet the tech developers with a strong conscience who are using digital devices to change our world for the better.
New research shows that small entrepreneurial social care providers deliver better results than large, traditional ones. Investors see it as a risk, but 2 new reports make the case for why we ought to think small.
A high rate of self-employment is here to stay. But it is not all about the self. The Government review can ensure it benefits all of us, argues David Rutley MP.
Entrepreneurship is presented as a way for people to escape poverty and rise from rags to riches. But the truth is that business is still the preserve of the privileged.
We live in a time of enormous challenge and change. Is it just a case of revolution or extinction for organisations? Or is there a path to creative evolution? Anthony Painter discusses.
Has the US lost its accolade as the most entrepreneurial nation? Not yet, suggests new data.
26th June 2015
The recent RSA research into micro-businesses has highlighted the potential for self-employed individuals and very small companies to be innovators, bringing new ideas to market.
Micro businesses have been painted as lightweight, inefficient and an overall drain on our economy. But our research suggests these fears are unfounded.