The 2010 winner of the £50,000 Stelios Award for Disabled Entrepreneurs in the UK was announced at the Growing Business Awards last night.
That’s right folks, tonight’s the night of the Growing Business Awards! We’ll be live blogging from the event, bringing you all the news on this year’s winners, Mark Prisk’s speech and Stephen K Amos’s jokes.
Eric Pickles, the local government secretary, has pledged to help make small business rate relief automatic in England.
Peter Dubens, the serial entrepreneur, has bought a 50 per cent stake in magazine and travel guide publisher Time Out.
So, good old Vince Cable, business secretary for the UK, launched a “40,000 strong network of business mentors” last week. Or did he
Richard Branson’s latest project is an iPad-only digital magazine.
How to conduct a one-to-one meeting. What are the tricks to hold a successful one-to-one business meeting with someone
With 85 per cent of UK consumers planning to do their Christmas shopping online this year, you need to be sure your website is up to scratch.
Skilled migrants are not a burden on Britain. They don’t commit more crime, and they don’t take the jobs of British workers. Why are we capping them?
Theresa May, the home secretary, has introduced the UK’s first annual limit on migration, to be based on a new tiering system.
Speaking at yesterday’s Silicon Valley Comes to Oxford event at Saïd Business School, Twitter founder Biz Stone put paid to rumours about a sale and explained why Twitter is like ice-cream.
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