Last week MPs issued an announcement on Government initiatives to improve access to finance for small businesses.
That's the question that companies, large and small, have supposedly been asking themselves ever since ICANN announced that it was lifting the restrictions on New Generic Top Level Domain Names (new gTLDs) such as .web, .shop and .london.
Co-founder Jenny Biggam on the7stars being recently voted the No.5 top SME to work for by the Sunday Times and on many unusual management practices.
SMEs have become coveted voting grounds and entrepreneurs either useful allies or rapacious rip off merchants making a quick buck off the unsuspecting under privileged.
The UK's economy has been growing at its fastest rate since 2007, latest GDP figures and a separate poll by the CBI suggest.
You are hosting a fundraiser for rebuilding the city opera house but you’ve been posting advertisements around dive bars and in local indie music publications. Very few people attended and the ones who did, left after realizing it was a fundraiser and not an opera house themed party.
Britain’s finance directors have delivered their verdict on Bank of England governor “Canny” Mark Carney – and they love him, according to snapshot results from the ongoing FDs’ Satisfaction Survey, in association with the ICAEW and CBI.
A ground-breaking initiative, which connects small businesses with big firms is part of a suite of new policies to drive growth in the UK, has recently been announced by the Government.
£2m in social investments from Nesta Impact Investments to tackle major challenges facing the UK including; elderly care, education and financial exclusion.