Having celebrated the achievements of women in business such as finnCap’s Sam Smith, Sophie Cornish and Holly Tucker of notonthehighstreet.com, Nails Inc founder Thea Green and technology entrepreneur Vin Murria, the race to crown this year’s First Women Awards is hotting up.
Alterations to the framework of the defined contributions pension scheme arrangement means those over the age of 55 are now able to access as much as they like.
The Easter half term is underway, but as thousands of British families take time off to spend with their children, a third of working parents admit the holiday is likely to be interrupted by their jobs.
Hollywood actress Gwyneth Paltrow has successfully purchased a Los Angeles sex shop, which she plans on turning into a prestigious nightclub, according to TMZ.
Now the economy has picked up, many businesses are looking to raise funds for growth. A common method deployed by small businesses is to negotiate with its key suppliers to pay for its services in the form of equity, which is often referred to as “sweat equity”.
If there was ever a sign the banking industry is still failing to operate a credible business model, it came in the form of a KPMG report which stated that Britain’s largest banks have paid 60 per cent of their profits, since 2011, in fines and repayments to customers.
Francis Miers, director at Automation Consultants, explains why good project management is as useful for SMEs as it is larger companies – and provides the key factors to produce a lucrative approach.
With the UK remaining one of the world's most attractive destinations for international investors, Lord Leigh of Hurley, Cavendish Corporate Finance senior partner, looks at why it is an ideal entry route into the European market for overseas companies.
The freelance market is growing rapidly, allowing businesses to ‘flex up’ and ‘flex down’ according to customer demand while also keeping overheads low, so here's how SMEs can truly harness that talent.
A report just published by the Belgian data protection agency on Facebook’s privacy policies could have serious implications for any businesses using targeted advertising via this social platform and, more generally, for the use and collection of personal data for marketing purposes.