David “two brains” Willetts and his doughty team mates at something with Orwellian title of The Intergenerational Commission has spent two years coming to blindingly obvious conclusions.
Today there are myriad opportunities for UK businesses who want to begin exporting their products to Asian countries, many of which are boasting rapid growth, writes CEO at Tail’s Trading, Siddharth Shankar.
A new House of Lords report revealed that the UK could become a leader in developing AI. It has called on the government to support businesses in the field.
The contract to manufacture the UK’s post-Brexit blue passport was recently awarded to Franco-Dutch outfit, Gemalto, over incumbent British firm, De La Rue. A political storm ensued, leading to sections of the media and readers to describe the decision as treasonous.
Given the digital economy’s positive impact on GDP, it’s unsurprising the government wants to invest in solid digital foundations and boost connectivity.
Real Business takes a look at the joy staff have garnered through SPL – and the benefits that companies reap because of it.
Chancellor Philip Hammond’s whistle-stop guided tour around the state of the country’s finances didn’t reveal anything to get anyone’s pulse racing, but it appears the more interesting parts were in what he didn’t say.
Small business minister Andrew Griffiths appeared on Radio 5 Live to push the government’s new shared parental leave campaign. He ended up divulging information which broadcaster Emma Barnett called “ludicrous”.
The freefall in the number of new apprentices is one of the most depressing statistics I have read in a long time.
A recent report revealed the UK has retained its place in the global innovation rankings. This, one particular expert suggests, is a surprise given the nation’s low R&D levels.
Carillion’s liquidation has highlighted just how shocking the payment procedures of corporate firms are and the risks SMEs find themselves in as a result.
With the government, banks and Carillion unable to come to an agreement over the weekend, the firm’s demise should prompt a rethink on contract distribution.