Often seen as a way of up-skilling the younger generation, high street bank Barclays has formed a different offering by creating apprenticeship’s aimed at individuals aged 50 and above.
UK business owners and their employees are burning the midnight oil. But could it be harming your business
Looking to grow and improve your sales team Here are ten key questions from veteran entrepreneur Martin Leuw that will get you started.
When quizzed on how satisfied they were with the personal relationships they and their team had with their bank, 66 per cent of responders to the FDs’ Satisfaction Survey were resoundingly positive.
Matt Powell is the financial director at Lending Works, but prior to joining the P2P lending startup, he was working at global audit firm EY (formerly Ernst & Young) and on the road to becoming a partner, so some would call him “crazy” for leaving.
Ed Miliband has revealed his plans to double the length of paternity leave and increase paternity pay under a Labour government.
A fast growth survey from Barclays quizzed owners and chiefs of British tech companies to find that they're set to grow four times faster than the GDP in 2015.
After last week’s column about Labour’s plans to decimate UK business by hiking the top rate of tax, there have been a few comments that entrepreneurs should keep their political opinions to themselves.
A Birmingham-based business hub has been opened by NatWest and Entrepreneurial Spark today (9 February), marking the first of eight accelerator offices to open across the UK.
In an age of increasing entrepreneurial endeavours, Entrepreneurs’ Relief has been hailed as one of the most prominent encouraging polices – but could it soon come to an end
The UK's professional recruitment firms have 29 per cent more vacancies to advertise year-on-year, according to data from the Association of Professional Staffing Companies (APSCo), and IT and financial sectors are driving job opportunities.
The British public has urged the next government to crack down on big businesses squeezing the life out of SMEs.