It is aimed at those who enjoy a tipple but also want to limit their intake of calories. SlimLine Wine is launching sparkling, red, white and rose wines in the UK next month. As well as having no sugar, the wines are also carb-free.They range between 10 and 11 per cent in alcoholic strength, and have around half the number of calories contained in a typical bottle. The sparkling and rose wines cost ￡10.99, while the red and white are ￡8.99 each.
Ten tips to protect your small business from hackers: Be safe, as cyber crime rockets and open banking approaches
Whether or not you choose to allow your bank to provide access to your information to a third party - such as a budgeting app for example - it always pays to do everything you can to stay safe online. To help, we have asked data security specialist?Nik Whitfield, of Panaseer, to give his top 10 tips to protect you and your business from hackers.
How to start your business for next to nothing: seven simple steps to getting your entrepreneurial idea off the ground
For all you budding entrepreneurs out there, the good news is that it has never been easier and cheaper to start a business in the UK. And it’s far better to bootstrap your business than have to give it the boot because you run out of cash. So here are some golden tips money-savvy, and money-starved, entrepreneurs can’t afford to ignore.
SIMON LAMBERT: Do you believe you've got a business in you? We want to make your bright idea a Great British success story
There’s an old line that says most people think they have a book in them. I suspect what’s equally true is that most people believe they have a business in them too. What links those who get started is that they didn't just have a bright idea but they then decided to follow it through. And that’s the tough bit, which is why we've launched our Great British Entrepreneur Challenge.
Should I let my customers pay in Bitcoin? Some have asked, but what would my bank and HMRC make of it?
I run a small digital marketing business and a couple of my regular clients have asked if they can pay their invoices in bitcoin. I want to keep them happy but I am worried about how safe bitcoins are - and whether this is even legal? What would my bank and HMRC think of me taking payments this way, and is it likely to be worth the hassle?
'Going on The Apprentice cost me ￡10,000': Plumbing entrepreneur Joseph Valente on growing a business and wanting to become a billionaire
Valente, who won the BBC series of The Apprentice in 2015, says he was given only ￡2,000 to go on the 14-week show. He had to shut down a call centre business he had set up in order to take part, costing him ￡10,000. Valente says it was worth it, though, and believes he will be a billionaire like his mentor Lord Sugar by the time he is 50.
Fed up paying over the odds for your razor blades? We meet Harry's the US start-up coming to the UK that will deliver to your door AND is cheaper
Shaving clubs are the latest simple but disruptive innovation thought up by our American cousins that could revolutionise how we do everyday things in the UK. Harry's is the latest to arrive in Britain, with a major advertising campaign launched. This is Money caught up with founders?Jeff Raider and Andy Katz-Mayfield to find out how they started up the business, grew it and what's next.
'I almost went to uni just to tick a box, but instead I built a shoe firm loved by the stars': Meet the 22-year-old behind luxury British-made footwear brand Duke + Dexter
University education is all well and good but it's not the sole route to business success. Archie Hewlett., who founded premium footwear business Duke + Dexter at the tender age of 18, proves that. Now aged just 22, he sells his luxury British-made shoes around the world - and they've won celebrity fans, from Tinie Tempah, to Snoop Dogg and Eddie Redmayne.
Wahaca co-founder warns of a growing threat:?'Norovirus was a nightmare - now so are business rates'
Mark Selby is the business brains behind Wahaca, one of the UK's most successful restaurant chains. But he had to bring the Mexican-themed brand back from the brink last year after norovirus struck. In all 18 of the 25 restaurants were hit and he had to close 11. The experience changed the way he does business. He has never experienced inflationary pressures like now. And not just from Brexit and sterling's weakness. It's largely down to Government policies.
Small businesses expect practical help and a change of tone and approach from the Government, which has too often viewed them as a problem, in the wake of the Election result. Dr Adam Marshall, director general of the British Chambers of Commerce, told The Mail on Sunday: 'Up until the Election, a lot of small businesses were doing a good job of ignoring the noise of politics, but I think this becomes a lot harder as the uncertainty is reaching all corners.'
'My friends, family and even my doctor told me to give it up': Folding bike helmet inventor reveals how he got his idea off the ground - and won Andy Murray's backing
Running a start-up is never easy - even if you have a great idea - just ask Jeffrey Woolf, of Morpher, who created innovative bike helmets that fold flat and easily slip into your bag. But after years of struggle, Morpher has just raised ￡1m through crowdfunding, attracting 738 investors including British tennis ace Andy Murray. The founder tells us how he started his business.
The cut-throat world of razors is worth ￡25 billion a year, with firms keen to exploit a captive audience forced to spend a small fortune for a close shave. But there are ways to save - including the rise of shaving clubs. From these new services, to bargain-hunting and swapping to safety razors, we look at what to do.
'I backed Brexit but it's cost me my shirt deal': Four for ￡100? Not any more, says Charles Tyrwhitt founder... it will be ￡110
One of the secrets of Charles Tyrwhitt's success has been its 'four shirts for ￡100' offer. But now the company's owner and founder Nick Wheeler says he will have to hike that price, most likely to ￡110, and it is all because of Brexit and the falling value of the pound. It is perhaps surprising then to hear that Wheeler himself voted for Britain to leave the EU in last year's referendum, and what's more he has no regrets. 'I was pretty much on the fence but in the end I voted for Brexit,' he says.
What your small firm needs to know about business rates after the Budget: Hammond softens blow with discounts for pubs and caps for worst hit
The Government has agreed to soften the blow for small businesses that face a massive hike in business rates next month. The biggest help is for pubs with a rateable value of less than ￡100,000, which will be offered a ￡1,000 discount on bills in 2017. We explain what it will do to help, why a row has erupted and what you need to know about business rates.
Do you have what it takes to start your own franchise? From McDonalds to Spar, you could own a piece of a world famous brand - and make your fortune
Franchising is a way for individuals to benefit from the infrastructure and expertise of an established business, but with the autonomy of running an outlet themselves. Jane Blackwell, pictured, swapped life in the police for running two McDonald's restaurants. But buying into a big brand can be expensive and there are other things you need to know. Here is a handy checklist of everything entrepreneurs need to know before they take the plunge.
Are you tempted by the flexibility and convenience of the gig economy? Here, a solicitor explains how the employment landscape is changing in the UK and what you need to consider before you take a job that pays on a 'gig' basis - and why you need to know the difference between an employee, a worker and being self-employed.
Entrepreneurs starting new firms should be given special treatment with a three-year business rates 'holiday', according to a list of demands published by Richard Branson's Virgin StartUp. The organisation, a not-for-profit arm of the Virgin Group, also wants the Government to consider introducing exemptions for firms turning over less than ￡300,000 a year. Such a scheme would mark a big departure from the current system, by linking the size of a firm's rates bill to its sales, rather than the value of the building it occupies.
Could you join the T-shirt millionaires? The site that lets you create designs for free and earn money if they're a hit
Ever looked at the T-shirts on offer and though you could do a better job? You might have an amazing idea but it could crash and burn, leaving you with?boxes of T-shirts in the garage. Website Teespring offers aspiring entrepreneurs a way to design T-shirts for free to test out if they will be a hit with customers. The site says it has made 30 millionaires since it launched in 2012.
Anguish of shopkeepers whose tax bills are set to TRIPLE: They work all hours for modest profits. Now these small businesses could disappear
Some business owners have reported eye-watering rises of more than 300 per cent, taking a ￡1,000-a-year bill to ￡4,000. Small business campaign groups are being deluged with calls from panicked business owners like Anna Halliday of London cafes Hally's (pictured), who fear that the tax hikes will wreck their livelihoods.
Low-cost fitness firm The Gym Group believes it is poised for a Brexit boost as customers turn to cheaper memberships amid uncertainty. The group, which has 89 gyms in the UK and typically charges members ￡17 a month, said it was expecting an increase in users this year as people ditch expensive memberships for more affordable ones. It added that people hoping to get fit for the New Year would also help boost its performance, after members surged by 19.1 per cent to 448,000 last year. The group's full-year sales were up 22.6 per cent?from the year before and net debt was reduced to ￡5.3million in 2016 from ￡7.1million.?
It's sold 100m bags of posh popcorn in five years: How Propercorn hit the big time and won the Innocent drinks founders' backing
They're unassuming little snacks that are mostly made of air. But 'posh' popcorn has proved a huge hit with the health-conscious public, helping co-founders Cassandra Stavrou and Ryan Kohn build an incredibly successful business. The award-winning entrepreneurs tells us how they did it.
How I turned my card game idea into a business: Former journalist's winning hand with Randomise as she sells 1,000 copies in a day
Hazel Reynolds, who quit working as a journalist to turn a card game she invented in 2014 into a business, has sold 1,000 copies in a single day. She set up Gamely in Brighton in September last year, a month after her husband suggested she try to 'make something of the game' - which she had made up to lure her young sister away from her iPad - and a day before she found she was pregnant with baby Charlie.
Cadbury, but not as you know it: Member of one of Britain's best-loved food dynasties reclaims its legacy with 'letterbox chocolate' start-up
James Cadbury, great-great-great grandson of John Cadbury, founder of the eponymous chocolate business, is aiming to restore his family's legacy after the company was subject to a hostile takeover by Kraft in 2010. His start-up Love Cocoa sends high-quality chocolate through the post and has secured a deal with luxury department store Fortnum & Mason.
Crowdfunding, angel investing, or venture capital? Find the best way to raise money for your business
It's tempting to act like a kid in a sweet shop when it comes to the different forms of investment on offer for your small business. But it's important to have a clear idea of what you would use the money on - and to find out which form of fundraising would suit your business best.
Crowdfunding might seem like an area where trendy, digital-first businesses would thrive. But new data suggests the opposite is actually the case. In fact, businesses in the food and drink sector proved the most likely to succeed, according to Seedrs.
Has your small business been rejected for big bank funding? The new Bank Referral Scheme might be able to help?
If you have been rejected for business funding by your bank, help could be at hand. Under a new government scheme, your bank must refer you to an alternative source of finance. This doesn't guarantee you will get the funding you're after but it does give you a second shot at receiving a cash injection under more flexible terms.
As the government pledges to spend ￡1 in every ￡3 with SMEs, here's how to pitch for contracts and make the most of this ￡15bn opportunity
Emma Jones, the new government's Crown Representative for small and medium sized businesses tells This is Money the main issue she hears from small businesses is that government contracts are difficult to apply for. But this isn't the case, she insists.Here are some tips on how to make the most of what is a ￡15 billion opportunity to supply to government.
'My school told me to work in a shop': Tips from the 26-year-old multi-millionaire who started his SBTV media empire after getting a camera for his 15th birthday
Jamal Edwards has achieved more at the age of 26 than many people can aspire to in a lifetime. After building his own media empire, he shares the advice he gives to young people who want to start their own business - and why he believes it's still possible to break into the music industry without going on reality TV.
The brothers building the Gandys fashion empire that helps fund childrens homes after becoming orphans in Boxing Day tsunami
Rob and Paul Forkan were on a trip in Sri Lanka when parents, Kevin, 54, and Sandra, 40 died having saved their siblings Matt, 12, and Rosie, nine, from the tsunami that killed 280,000 people. Rob, who was 17, at the time, and Paul, who was 15, wanted to help others as well as rebuild their lives, so started making flip-flops from their flat in Brixton.
The big dipper: How can Britain's global-facing SMEs bounce back from the slump in the pound after Brexit?
Many small businesses are struggling to protect themselves from currency fluctuations. Sterling has lost 20 per cent of its value since the referendum vote, taking it at one point to a 31-year low against the US dollar. There's little to celebrate for those with outgoings in euros or US dollars - but there are ways of tipping the balance in your favour, we get some ideas on what they can do from an accounting expert.