Ecoigo's Daniel Todary discusses the most environmentally conscious car service in the UK market.
Twitter has recently been reported to have approximately 230m users worldwide while LinkedIn boasts more than 100m registered users. It is estimated that lost time spent on social networking sites costs UK businesses approximately £1.38bn every year.
While headlines surrounding the UK’s recovering economy have praised small businesses for battling through the tough economic climate, some young businesses aren’t experiencing such austerity.
The CBI and Federation of Small Businesses both set out their plans for how to deal with this crippling problem today.
Depending on which statistic you happen to believe, eight out of 10 entrepreneurs who start businesses will fail in the first 18 months. I have even heard higher failure rates being quoted at conferences.
Two years since its launch the Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS) has so far helped over 1,000 companies raise finance, with private investors investing over £82 million through the scheme.
Around 60 per cent of SMEs in the UK are family run businesses. Their survival through the generations provides an insight into how to be robust against the pitfalls, trends and downturns of business climate in any given time.
Martin Smith MBE, Chairman and Founder of The Security Company (International) Limited, and a leading corporate, risk management and security practitioner, explains why effective archiving and storage of business information must be top of the agenda for every business owner in 2014.
When there are 1.07m 16-24 year olds classified as NEETs (Not in Education, Employment or Training), it is surprising to see that just 27 per cent of UK businesses have taken on a young person in the past year.
Starting up in London is about as exciting as it gets. So how can you make the most of the opportunities while overcoming the challenges? Start with these top tips.
Whether you are a one man band or an employer of 250 people, it is likely you will rely on various technologies to support simple access to important business data.
A gap between what employers expect and skills, attitudes and experience they see in candidates threatens to damage future prospects for growth, the British Chambers of Commerce claimed today.