George Osborne announced a number of welcome measures for businesses in today's Budget.
Today's Budget saw chancellor George Osbourne unveiling a number of measures which will affect small and medium businesses.
It’s been more than six years since the launch of the UK's smart meter programme: the clock is ticking and expectations for full implementation are high. Had millions of smart meters already been installed by now, could homeowners and businesses be benefiting from lower bills and a clear understanding of their consumption?
The industry is changing to such a level that an e-commerce website no older than four years can be thought of as ‘past it’ if we consider the degree to which it meets the needs of the modern customer and distinguishes a brand from its competitors.
The many messages about the Internet providing businesses with a real opportunity to broaden markets, gain an advantage over competitors, encourage customer loyalty and increase visibility have been rolled out again and again over the past few years. Why then do surveys continue to point to a lack of uptake from SMEs in the UK?
The European Parliament has approved plans to give customs authorities new powers to seize counterfeit goods at border control, even if the goods in question are destined for sale outside the EU.
In the 2014 Economic Impact Report, CEO of World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) David Scowsill stated that the UK is squeezing the economic opportunity presented by Travel and Tourism and needs to change its approach and policies; including freezing APD and aligning its procedures with the Schengen visa area to simplify access to the UK for travellers.
Unemployment in Britain fell by 63,000 to 2.33m in the three months to January, according to new official figures.
According to new research, only one in four companies in EMEA meet the definition of a ‘Transformer’ – a company that describes its use of IT infrastructure to drive “innovation excellence.”
Our coverage of today's Budget announcements, for which George Osborne is expected to have a few surprises up his sleeve. The Budget will begin at 12:30.
Speaking in public can be hugely stressful, but there are techniques to relax and become an expert keynote speaker.
Anne Walker MBE, founder of British-made 1st Position dancewear, explains how they became one of the first non-American dancewear brands to break the competitive U.S. industry.