BSI research shows that 56 per cent of SMEs are optimistic about their financial prospects for the year ahead, and looking to new markets both at home and overseas for growth.
Retailers have called on the Government to exempt 100,000 small businesses from business rates altogether.
Dell's annual Gender-Global Entrepreneurship and Development Index (GEDI) reveals that more than 75 per cent of countries surveyed are not meeting the most fundamental conditions required for female entrepreneurs to prosper.
Few people would dispute that gender imbalance at the highest levels of management is an issue for business – women currently account for around 20 per cent of board membership in FTSE 100 companies.
Old fashioned sales techniques just won’t hack it in today’s market. It has taken us all a while to catch on but there are still companies out there who think otherwise.
Faced with ever increasing volumes of data and demand for storage, it’s simple for an organisation to spin up yet another virtual machine, and add or expand a disk to store even more data.
The UK has been selected as Europe's most desirable country, and second in the world, by companies looking to expand their business overseas
GrowthAccelerator, the government-backed scheme which supports growing businesses, has today revealed that businesses it has mentored have grown by £1.5bn between 2012 and 2014.
The availability of permanent candidates in May fell by the greatest amount in 16 years according to stats from KPMG and the Recruitment and Employment Council (REC) today.
There's a curious blurring of departmental lines opening up in organisations everywhere, and, planned or not, it appears to be bringing our HR and PR functions ever closer together.