It’s been exactly one year since the EU referendum result, and entrepreneurs have offered their thoughts on Brexit developments so far.
As Paul Goodman, chairman of the National Association of Commercial Finance Brokers, told Real Business: “A hung Parliament was the last thing the UK needed, but that’s exactly what it got” – and it’s caused uncertainty around tax policies.
It’s happened again, Britain has a hung parliament. Small business expert Carl Reader explains what the result of this general election might be for SMEs.
For the second time in two years the British are going to the polls. Our live general election insights feed provides business leaders all the info needed.
With a looming Brexit and a Conservative party that appears to be loosing votes by the minute, the upcoming general election is one of the most talked about in recent times.
We canvassed the business landscape for opinion on the Conservatives and Liberal Democrats’ manifesto pledges to introduce ethnic pay gap reporting.
At the FD Surgery on 17 May, Real Business took a look at how Trump, Brexit and extreme politics are impacting the direction of British businesses.
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.
One of the best attributes of an entrepreneur is being able to look at something from an alternative angle. It’s safe to say that we entrepreneurs have been thinking outside the box long before management and business consultants had even come up with the phrase.
The Spring Budget was the chancellor’s opportunity to instil boost business confidence and get them spending, hiring and investing. Unfortunately, the result was underwhelming.
The international climate this year looks to be filled with volatility, which is a concern for UK firms looking for success in business overseas.
A great deal of economic uncertainty has spread across the world this year already, worrying leaders, and we’re only halfway through March.