Like or not, Brexit is beginning and the effects are impacting businesses in the UK. But, while we are starting to see the fallout, many questions remain unanswered. And one of these questions involves corporation tax.
Lots of people in the UK are choosing to “reset” their lives and careers and going self-employed, despite the uncertain economic climate.
As was suggested by Mariano Mamertino, EMEA economist of Indeed: “Britain’s employment picture is starting to look more anomaly than achievement.” We unveil further details on the issue in our July 2017 economic statistics roundup.
Amazon has joined forces with Rural England and Scotland’s Rural College to gain a better understanding of the challenges faced by rural businesses throughout the UK.
Brexit creates significant political, economic, legislative and market uncertainty. However, the need for assurance is essential to long-term commercial contracts.
As part of our Fleet For Growing Businesses hub and A-Z of key business fleet terms, Real World Fuel Economy is our next key topic of consideration.
A new Cebr report has revealed the importance of the Northern Powerhouse programme, which has seemingly supercharged the north of the UK as the Manchester economy is growing faster than London’s.
Since the EU referendum result in June 2016 and the election ending in a hung parliament, employers have set their sights on preparing for Brexit – and many are concerned.
The Centre for Entrepreneurs has reported that migrants are behind one in seven UK companies – and it’s only a fraction of the research highlighting their contribution to the economy.
After the general election determines the next government, emphasis will need to be placed on stabilising London’s economic foundations so it can meet the demands of a growing population – and remain competitive in the process.
With the general election taking place on 8 June, the owner of business bank OakNorth has discussed what would earn his vote on the day, as well as other developments on the entrepreneurial radar.
Amazon’s Graeme Smith explains why the innovation culture in Scotland makes Edinburgh one of the best cities in the world to target the digital economy.