The beauty and health industry is growing rapidly. We take a look at the number of live companies using ‘beauty’ in their name and speak with Clinica Fiore Skin Medica, a cosmetic skin clinic that’s noticed a rise in popularity amongst the younger generation.
Jodie John - Digital Content Designer
An analysis of the most popular words used in live UK company names.
Standard industrial classification (SIC) codes are a useful tool for organising the number of companies in the UK. Here, we take a look at pairings of SIC codes, which offers a more detailed picture of companies and the wider trends within the UK business climate.
We take a look at the popularity of initial letters in live company names.
We examine the history of bookselling companies in the UK and take a look at how independent bookstores are making a comeback.
Pubs are so commonplace in the UK, they often seem part of the landscape itself. We discover how people and the art of being together are helping to keep pubs going in the UK.
We look at the various ages of directors to reveal interesting business trends in the UK.
For such an old and distinguished industry, Scottish distilleries have had quite an uncertain decade. Here we examine how distilleries in Scotland are making an innovative comeback, with the spotlight on Isle of Arran Whisky.
Colleagues from our People Transformation and Digital, Data and Technology (DDaT) directorates discuss current job opportunities and what it’s like to work for Companies House.
Jane Walters from Companies House and Neil Freebury from The Insolvency Service discuss efforts to tackle fraud and criminal activity in the UK business sector.
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