Two thirds of mid-sized businesses are planning to take on more staff in the next twelve months, a survey suggests today.
Let’s be honest, maternity leave can be a nuisance for smaller businesses. And I should know – I’ve just come back from it myself.
We spoke to Steve Rafferty, finance director of Baxter Freight about life as an entrepreneurial FD.
In a world where consumers have become savvy in terms of hunting down the cheapest price, it comes as no surprise that the desire to raise prices is being hampered by customer expectations.
Asos, the online fashion retailer, saw its share price slump by as much as 14 per cent this morning after suggesting that 2015 profit growth would be held back by investment and changes in pricing.
New EU VAT rule changes that will impact how thousands of UK e-tailers do business in the EU are less than four months away, yet the majority of those affected are unprepared and may be at risk of heavy non-compliance penalties.
Groupon UK released a survey which found that consumer relations can directly affect the amount of money people spend at the shops.
The business secretary, Vince Cable, announced today that £4m will be made available for businesses in the cyber sector to develop new defences against data security threats.
There comes a time in every business where, in order to grow, you have to start building a team and learning how to get the best out of them.
Up until very recently, if I’d stood at the top of Chancery Lane and shouted 'the legal services sector is hot', I’d have been taken away by men in white coats, no doubt followed closely by a bunch of ambulance chasing lawyers.
Tesco, M&S, Virgin Active, Ann Summers, Screwfix and dozens of other businesses have united to call for an overhaul of the UK's "no longer fit for purpose" business rates system.
Tesco is back on the trademark war path and instead of sticking to its guns (the registered 'Tesco Clubcard' trademark started in 1995), it's making a last-ditch effort to register the word 'Clubcard'.