Microsoft’s Office 365 solution has been gaining traction recently and why not The development team has brought the suite a long way over the past year.
The number of SMEs listed on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) is set to double, according to the latest Close Brothers Business Barometer.
UK marketers spent a whopping £40.4bn on discounting in 2013, according to research released today by the Institute of Promotional Marketing (IPM), which begs the question, is it really worth it
The Government has announced it will fast-track implementing recommendations from the Wood Review aimed at maximising the UK's gas resources and offshore oil, which could boost the economy by £200bn over the next 20 years.
Mumpreneur – a word conjured up to supposedly promote women in business has actually done far more harm than good.
It's good news for retailers as the Lloyds Bank Spending Power report shows that consumer confidence has reached a new high.
The EU regulation stemming from the Lisbon Treaty has cost UK businesses over £12bn since late 2009, according to new research by campaign group Business for Britain (BfB).
Matt Everard, MD of Barrington Freight, considers the merits of taking on an apprentice.
National Insurance looks set to be renamed “Earnings Tax” as new legislation is introduced to parliament tomorrow.
The British Chambers of Commerce has sent Chancellor George Osborne a proposal to fund £1,000 grants to incentivise businesses to hire young people.
We often hear about how the over 60s get a raw deal in the job market and the challenges that young people face getting onto the first rung of the career ladder.