While George Osborne has been tireless in damping down expectations of a recovery in domestic demand and investment spend any time soon, he has been assiduous in trumpeting the importance of exports in the UK recovery.
The weak pound combined with the attractiveness of economies that have avoided the worst of the downturn together offer a life raft for UK businesses.
Some finance directors have concentrated efforts in markets where they believe there are premium rates of growth. The BRICs are now emerged markets, but other markets are ripe for expansion.
Suzanne Baxter is to step down next month following the departure of CEO Ruby McGregor-Smith
The number of start-ups setting up in London’s tech district fell by 70% over the last year, new research shows
Salvador Amico, partner and head of the Brexit advice team at Menzies LLP, explores how businesses can prepare for Brexit
James Gregory appointed following promotion of incumbent CFO