They contribute £28bn a year to Britain’s GDP. They’re one of the fastest growing sectors in the economy. Yet half of the population don’t know what they do.
Am all too aware that am still not 100 per cent (either mentally or physically) and, unfortunately, it’s always creativity that suffers first.
As usual, one step forwards and two back.
Vince Cable is waging war on red tape, aiming to “bring an end to the excessive regulation that is stifling business growth”. What regulations do you want to see disappear first?
Entrepreneurship was a surprise topic in yesterday's Prime Minister's Questions, provoking an interesting debate about what's an appropriate salary.
Vince Cable wants to see red tape cut down. Plus: how mobile phones are changing the way people shop; why aren’t foreign firms buying UK firms; and is it time to say goodbye to the FSA?