What can SMEs takeaway from her majesty speech to both Houses of Parliament this morning?
As most founders will tell you, building a tech platform from the ground up is no easy task. There are challenges coming at you on all sides.
So, there we have it, the latest chapter of the UK political farce has been closed. It’s now time for a new story, and it needs to have business as the central character in the plot.
With employees in and out of the office, managers need to ensure that their employees receive the annual leave they’re entitled to while supporting their colleagues that are left in the office.
The conservatives will continue their long reign in the UK. What can the business community expect to see change?
Christmas time is hectic for businesses, with many staff away and those in work not performing to their best ability, could hiring freelancers plug the unproductivity gap?
The Tory landslide victory wasn’t down to the electorate preferring Boris over Jeremy Corbyn, it was about a rebellion against the establishment – on all sides.
In the week when our lives are going to be consumed by the General Election, I wanted to look at something a little bit more inspirational – the rise in the number of apprenticeships.
Scotland’s SMEs employ millions and account for most of the country’s commercial success. There are also some great new funding options available.
Need some inspiration for your next business venture? look no further.
As an ambitious business owner, time is your most valuable currency. In fact, it’s invaluable.
The Scottish Ex-forces in Business Awards shines a light on veterans in second careers in the private sector, showcasing their applicable skill-sets.