EEF, the manufacturers' organisation, has set out some of the key issues which manufacturers need to see addressed in order to thrive.
This week the MADE Entrepreneur festival will be taking place in Sheffield and will include some of the leading names in business such as SB.TV founder Jamal Edwards and Dragon's Den winner of Reggae Reggae Sauce fame Levi Rots.
Women and men are programmed psychologically to differ in risk-taking in business, but both are taking more calculated risks in 2014, according to psychologist Lynda Shaw.
In a fast-growing company, revenue and investment are in constant fluctuation, and it takes an expert CFO to manage and invest this money in the right way.
It was recently confirmed that this year’s ‘Small Business Saturday’ will take place on December 6 and I’d encourage everyone to back it.
Small companies are seeing cash flow problems as a major barrier to growth according to research today.
Retailers have welcomed the Labour party's announcement that it will cut business rates for properties less than £50,000 by 1 per cent in 2016 if elected next year.
Tesco has suspended four executives and launched an investigation after it was reported internally that its half-year profit guidance had been overstated by £250m.
The Patent Box scheme, which allows profits from inventions protected by a UK patent to benefit from lower corporation tax, has helped encourage innovation in the UK. And according to Withers & Rogers, a new OECD report will help cement the scheme’s future and ensure that entrepreneurial businesses can continue to benefit from this important tax incentive for years to come.
You might wonder why a Fortune 500 company would want to act like a startup – surely the marketplace has accepted their business model as a justifiable, profitable one So why should they go back to their roots to start the whole process again
Labour leader Ed Miliband yesterday pledged to increase the hourly national minimum wage from £6.50 to £8 by 2020.