Friday is upon us, and what better way to get the weekend started then by catching up on the hottest SME articles of the week? In our top ten, expect to make an amazing networking discovery courtesy of John Bercow, and find out why sex has caused problems in the business world.
By not supporting British women who want to start a business, the UK is missing out on a £10.1bn economic boost, according to research from Facebook. As such, it's teamed with the Federation of Small Businesses and British Chambers of Commerce to bring females into enterprise.
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A few days after his American football team were announced as the hosts of the 2021 Super Bowl, Stan Kroenke has upped his interest in London-based football team Arsenal with a new share purchase.
Lord Sugar has been named enterprise tsar, but it’s not the first time he finds himself with that job description. In fact, he ended up taking his role with him after quitting Labour and joining the rival Conservative Party.
50 British businesses have united as part of the Smarter Working Initiative, with MediaCom and RED Driving School among firms that want companies across the country to give flexible working a test run on Monday 25 July 2016.
Initially announced at the beginning of 2015 by prime minister David Cameron with the aim of facilitating £100m of growth loans within two years, the British Business Bank has now officially launched the first phase of the “Help to Grow” scheme.
Octopus Ventures has a led an $8m investment in Stratajet, a private jet booking platform launched by a former fighter pilot, with contributions from existing investors Playfair Capital and JamJar Investments – the latter of which was created by the founders of Innocent Drinks.
The annual FDs’ Satisfaction Survey, held by Real Business alongside The FD Surgery conference, has once again showcased what finance directors and CFOs through the country are really thinking.
It’s Friday, which means it’s time for our ten most popular stories of the week. Expect to hear about the best-paying football clubs, the Queen’s speech, the entrepreneur-cum-pro boxer, and why having two phones about your person is a no-no.
Albion Care Communities (ACC), a newly launched developer of luxury care homes, will create a £10m venue that comes complete with first class facilities including a cinema room and hairdressing salon for its first project.
The rapid rate of returns over the past year has resulted in strained profit margins and operational activities for Britain’s retail SMEs, as consumers have begun abusing the opportunity to return items for free when shopping online.