In our second exclusive video from the 2010 Investec Entrepreneurs’ Summit, CBI director general Richard Lambert and LOVEFiLM chief executive Simon Calver share their views on what the government must do to stimulate enterprise.
Exclusive footage from the 2010 Investec Entrepreneurs’ Summit. Watch Brent Hoberman (MyDeco.com), Richard Lambert (CBI), Karen Darby (Call Britannia) and Simon Calver (LOVEFiLM) discuss why SMEs are the lifeblood of the UK economy.
So Lord Sugar’s Junior Apprentice has hit our screens, aimed at 16 to 17-year-olds. According to The Apprentice’s production firm talkbackTHAMES, it’s a “great opportunity for teenagers to learn about business first hand from one of Britain’s most successful entrepreneurs”. But I’m not convinced.
Theresa May stole the show at the Asian Women of Achievement Awards.
Last night’s Asian Women of Achievement awards gala brought together royalty, politicians, media professionals and sports personalities to mark the success and contribution of Asian women to Britain. One of the highlights of the night was the Entrepreneur of the Year award being awarded by the new home secretary Theresa May.
Chancellor George Osborne wants to make Britain the most competitive corporate tax regime in the G20. Plus: fashion chain Jaeger looks to expand internationally; IFAs warn to sell off assets susceptible to CGT; and the promise of offshore renewable energy.