Dan Scarfe was interning at a trademark attorneys office when he realised he could make it more affordable for small businesses to register trademarks.
"The proverbial glass ceiling still exists," said chief secretary to the Treasury Yvette Cooper at yesterday’s First Women Awards launch lunch. "When I first walked into my office, there were photographs on the wall of the 25 people who had held my position before me. There wasn’t a single woman!"
The Budget will be delivered a month later than usual with Chancellor Alistair Darling opening his big, red briefcase on 22 April 2009.
The Kwik Fit founder believes that the red tape imposed by the Scottish Government is a “stranglehold” on many businesses.
The ONLY person allowed to bang on about superstition is Stevie Wonder. As for injury lawyers, trying to get some press because Friday 13th gives some people the willies, I’ll let Jason [this is a horror reference] deal with you.
RB is watching adverts for fun. We know it’s weird. We put our hands up. But here’s the thing: we’re loving how all these savvy marketing companies are pimping out the recession to sell more! Check it out!
The government has launched guidelines to help small businesses save cash, carbon and water as part of its Real Help for Businesses Now campaign.