Markit/CIPS UK reports a fall from 57.2 to 55.4 on adapted scale for the UK manufacturing sector – though this remains above the long term average.
The Consumer Contracts (Information, Cancellation and Additional Charges) regulations 2013, which came into force 13 June 2014, applies to anyone selling goods, services or digital content to consumers online.
Consumers expect to be able to use their card at business establishments, so why aren't more businesses in tune with the demand?
The European Central Bank (ECB) today marks a major milestone in the integration of retail payments in Europe.
Attracting the right staff is key for a growing business.
Number 10. Downing Street have shown once again they take technology startups very seriously: at a recent event, ten high-growth startups pitched their business to the PM at his home, among London's business superstars.
Perovskite, made by combining molecules and elements not seen in nature and named one of the breakthroughs of 2013, could change the face of solar power forever.
LinkedIn, the business social networking site, has today announced its intention to “kill the cold call” with a new product connecting salespeople with leads.
Effective communication plays a significant part in the success of any business, but when it comes to small businesses and startups, establishing your communication style and voice is of paramount importance.
With ever tighter margins, there’s more pressure on businesses than ever to slash supplier costs, but at what point does good value become plain cheap, both in terms of goods and service?
Twitter seems to have noticed the value of B2B targeting and is making it easier for companies to "get on board at a low cost of entry".
There's been no escaping the continuous media coverage on the European Court of Justice’s (ECJ) controversial ruling in May this year giving EU citizens the right to make requests to Google to remove personal content from internet searches which is “inadequate, irrelevant or excessive.”