The clock has started ticking – unless otherwise agreed by all 27 remaining EU members, the UK will cease to be an EU member state on 29 March 2019. So companies trading in France and the UK should start making preparations.
With businesses more likely to use digital contracts, the potential for confusion has multiplied. Terms can now be hidden away in a hyperlink, and the signatory is expected to read all the terms linked to, even when these could be open to change or too general for certain parties.
Following the European referendum, many businesses were left vulnerable, with lessened chances of growth due to the weak pound.
Catherine Stott, external financial mind coach to ActivTrades, unveils the difference between the two sexes when faced with pressures cast up by changing markets – and why it’s a sound business case for having more women in the financial industry.
Currency volatility can harm your business if you trade globally. Take a look at this guide to see how you can protect yourself.
World First research has suggested that British SMEs are being hindered by poor service and unclear fees when it comes to using banks for international currency transfers.
Less than five months since issuing a profit warning after “significant short-term difficulties”, the company’s chief executive has announced that he will be resigning when the end of the financial year is reached on 27 June.
A survey carried out by The European Business Awards has showed that 86 per cent of European business leaders think the UK should stay in the EU, compared to 11 per cent who think exiting would be the best strategy.
Steve Lewis is resigning from his post as CEO of Majestic Wine and will be replaced temporarily by the company’s finance director as a search for a new head is undertaken.
In today’s connected world, serving global customers is now a distinct possibility for any business regardless of size or location. From Tokyo to Toronto, more consumers are using the internet and smartphones for purchasing decisions.
When a business is failing, bills are not being paid and problems are getting worse – it’s time to seek help and professional advice at the earliest possible opportunity. This is particularly important when business is still continuing; a director can be accused of ‘wrongful trading’ or ‘fraudulent trading’. In both cases the directors are at risk of being held personally liable for the debts.
They deliver your letters and they deliver your parcels, but, can they deliver a profit? Royal Mail shares commenced conditional trading on Friday October 11, 2013, in what was one of the most anticipated IPOs ever.