Britain is on-track for more than 500,000 new businesses to have been created in 2013, an annual record, according to the campaign group StartUp Britain.
VoucherCodesPro has uncovered the top 10 most embarrassing and regrettable office party faux pas, including throwing up all over a colleague and accidentally breaking a colleague’s nose whilst attempting the dance move, ‘the worm’.
Tony Chambers helps food brands stay fashionable. But how does he know where the food market is going? We ask him to reveal his trade secrets
So Boris Johnson has been at it again. Putting his metaphorical foot in it so far that his whole metaphorical leg disappears.
A business can find itself on the receiving end of a professional negligence claim if it gives advice or guidance that subsequently proves incorrect and causes the client or customer to suffer. In the majority of cases, this suffering will be of a financial nature, and the claim will seek to recover these costs.
It is important for small businesses to take advantage of any green shoots of economic recovery. This includes having a watertight plan in place to keep on trading even if there is an interruption to normal trade.
Torgny Gunnarsson is the CEO of cloud services company Imprima.
Employment solicitor Chris Weaver gives us the lowdown on new plans for parents to share maternity leave.
The current financial climate and tough job market has youngsters all over the country deliberating whether it is worth remaining in education or if it is better to get their first footing in the world of employment. Our regular contributor Aaron Hopkins along with Gemma Atkins who works for a language school in London, discuss the benefits of both university and work placements to help you decide which will be the better option for you and your career.