80 per cent of MPs say the business rates system is "not fit for purpose and in need of reform," according to British Retail Consortium (BRC) research published today.
New figures from UKTI, the Government department responsible for exports, reveal impressive growth in Britain's exports of summer goods, including sports gear and summer food, last year.
It’s a race to disgrace: which companies are more distrusted by their customers? Is it the large energy utilities? Or the large banking utilities?
Students are beer-swilling, lecture-missing ne'er-do-wells – depending on which newspaper you read. Can young companies risk hiring them?
The UK Intellectual Property Office (IPO) and the State Intellectual Property Office (SIPO) of the People’s Republic of China have launched a new pilot Patent Prosecution Highway (PPH) programme.
Working as I do in corporate sales, I have multiple times become the Chris Tarrant of my world and helped to make 100s of clients millionaires by finding the buyer of their dreams, says Jo Haigh.
Everybody is talking about the Internet of Things (IoT). It’s recently been called the ‘second coming of the internet’ and the ‘new industrial revolution’.
There's only so much you can do to prevent threats to business success from popping up, but here's 10 scenarios you need to have a plan to deal with.
The problem, it seems, is that employees are far more likely to risk exposing confidential information on social media while at work. This, of course, breaches data security regulations.
This Tuesday, the Technology Strategy Board (TSB) has announced its stimulus 'blueprint' – which includes £400m investment – in its 2014-2015 delivery plan.
On 16 May 2014, a number of significant changes to the UK’s prevention of illegal working requirements and associated civil penalty scheme took force.
Risk is an inevitable aspect of growing an entrepreneurial business, but businesses need to plan for how to mitigate problems which threaten future success.