The manufacturers' organisation EEF has said that Britain's membership of a reformed EU is vital to the economy.
Digital business is changing the way organisations use and think about technology, moving technology from a supporting player to a leading player in innovation, revenue and market growth.
Which? surveyed 12,504 customers between February and March to rate high street shops on price, products, service and after sales/returns based on their last visit.
The discussion around business rates often hinges around their impact on the high street, but they can be a massive burden on growing businesses which rely on property.
Recently, the Chancellor provided some clarification around the proposals that he outlined at the G8 Summit in June of last year, regarding setting up a UK register of beneficial ownership.
Whilst it is true that it has never been easier to become an entrepreneur, there are lots of pitfalls and hurdles to overcome on this journey. Here are the seven biggest mistakes aspiring entrepreneurs make that derails their progress to success!
Only four per cent of business owners ever reach a turnover in excess of £1m, with only 0.4 per cent of these business owners ever reaching the £10m mark.
The Zurich SME Risk Index, which measures the perceived level of business risk faced by British SMEs, has risen for the first time in 12 months – from 41.68 in the fourth quarter of 2013 to 43.19 in Q1 2014.
Figures published today reveal that the number of crowdfunding platforms in Britain grew by 50 per cent in 2013.
‘Infobesity’ – the over-consumption of information – could be raising the stress levels of almost half of British office workers, reveals a Microsoft UK report.
Digital giant Google has overtaken Apple in a ranking of the world's top 100 brands,
George Osborne, the UK’s Chancellor of the Exchequer, recently said: “we are backing our exporters – so that wherever you are around the world you can’t fail to see: Made in Britain.”