Tax cuts proposed by the Tory party will only help small businesses if the stars align, according to isango! founder Ranjan Singh.
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Unlike most textile manufacturers, John Kaye hasn’t relocated his firm, Heritage Cashmere, to the Far East. He still adds the finishing touches to his cashmere goods right here in the UK.
Richard Pepler floated his factoring and invoice discounting company, Ultimate Finance, on AIM as a start-up, partly because it ensured the business followed good corporate governance practice from the beginning.
House sales may officially be at their lowest level in 30 years but Mark Brogan’s Discount Property Shop is booming, selling on average four properties a week.
I know it’s only a Tuesday, and we usually reserve the funny stuff for a Friday afternoon. But RB is in a silly mood and these chuckle-worthy gems are too good to pass up.
Speaking at the Conservative party’s entrepreneurship policy discussion yesterday, Mike Clare – the Buckinghamshire-born entrepreneur behind bed specialist Dreams – hit out at the “off-putting” amount of red tape for small businesses.