Now the government has invoked Article 50 and formally started the UK’s withdrawal from the EU single market, SMEs with business concerns are braced for impact.
The UK government launched its five year National Cyber Security Strategy in November 2016, investing £1.9bn to protect UK businesses from cyber attacks and make the country the safest place to live and do business online.
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.
What sort of judgements are you making when you see prime minister Theresa May present? Like her or loathe her, May could be part of the furniture for at least another three years.
Real Business takes a brief look at how Making Tax Digital came to be – and why such a “revolutionary” scheme was scrapped from the Finance Bill.
With 8 June the date of Theresa May’s surprise general election, Charlie Mullins explains why he plans to use it as a way of pushing issues of interest.
If a member of staff fails to live up to your dress code expectations, you’re legally entitled to dismiss him/her. Sometimes, however, it’s tricky to pinpoint if your demands are reasonable. If not, you could find yourself in a court battle, as was the case when Nicola Thorp was fired for refusing to wear high heels.
The government’s Cyber Security Breaches Survey 2017 has found fraudulent emails are the most common form of cyber crime in the UK, and warned businesses make protection a “top priority”.
The network of 38 Growth Hubs across the country is there to help England’s businesses grow. Do you know what can they offer to help your business reach its maximum potential?
Amidst a Spring Budget u-turn and Article 50 getting triggered in the past month, there have been several economic developments that SMEs have had to embrace.
Whenever anyone asks me about my past, I praise my apprenticeship as my vehicle to success. It’s no surprise then that I couldn’t be happier that the Apprenticeship Levy has been launched.
On 30 March 2017, the day after triggering Brexit, the government published its white paper setting out the details of its proposed Great Repeal Bill.