Nearly two-thirds of SMEs (65 per cent) are concerned about the state of the global economy, and only seven per cent believe international trade is the greatest growth opportunity available to them, according to a new study.
Julius Caesar was an early adopter (“I came, I saw, I conquered”), Napoleon Bonaparte took up the mantel, Benito Mussolini fancied himself as such and Adolf Hitler came within an ace of succeeding. Now we have Jean-Claude Juncker.
A possible Brexit skills gap has prompted many businesses to start looking elsewhere for tech talent.
Trading overseas is fraught with challenges, and one important thing is to keep an eye on domestic currencies.
John Savage has big plans for his heating and plumbing business but has hit a road block when it comes to finding the requisite people to hire, a recruitment headache he’s hoping won’t persist.
Laughing Gravy Owner Jon Wise explains how his restaurant has been affected by Brexit and how he chooses suppliers he can trust.
Businesses accessing finance through the European Union are increasingly worried about what will happen to the funding gap after Brexit.
Legal expert Dan Hyde, partner at Pennington Manches and the founder of CyberCounsel, explains why GDPR compliance is not something that can be ignored by British businesses, just because we’re leaving the EU.
It may seem overwhelming, but tackling the EU GDPR strategically and logically will make the task more manageable for businesses.
The announcement of a snap election rallied the pound against a murky future, but there are many more factors at stake.
Every conversation that I have had about Europe in the past year or so has focused on the politics of the region more than the economics and a European recovery.
Whilst the GDPR will introduce significant changes to data protection legislation – completely overhauling the current legal framework – many bosses still haven’t given thought as to whether current processes comply with the new law.