Amid the headline-grabbing furore surrounding our exit from the European Union the government announced a positive move that will help make sure small and medium-sized business don’t feel the brunt of the late payment culture.
In the face of the toughest economic storm in modern history, the government has created an environment that has allowed small and medium-sized businesses to be established and flourish. However, it appears it hasn’t been feeding SMEs from its own table as much as it could.
Having made small gains in the local elections on 5 May, UKIP has moved its focus back to the upcoming referendum on EU membership and outlined why growing businesses will be better off out of Europe.
The ease of starting a business in the UK has just improved, with the Enterprise Bill having received Royal Assent and becoming the Enterprise Act.
British political party UKIP has used the issue of late payments to make its feelings clear on the situation small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) currently face.
Innovation occurs all the time. However, during times of uncertainty, innovation often occurs more out of necessity, and less as a result of simple experimentation or from a desire to learn and grow.
The ICAEW has cautioned against the decision to raise the audit threshold for UK businesses from £6.5m to £10.5m.
Being humiliated at major sporting events is nothing new to the England faithful, and you'd have thought we'd be immune to the inevitable disappointment by now, but watching the Kiwis lift the Webb Ellis Cup at Twickenham has to be a new low.
Senior business personnel want to hear what concessions the prime minister wins from Brussels before they decide how to vote in a European referendum.
European bureaucrats have again proven they’re the enemy of enterprise by firing another sniper shot right into the heart of business with the latest crazy ruling that will put costs up and even threaten jobs.
Continuing with a series of four articles outlining some of the largest potential export markets for British SMEs, Apeksha Dixit, head of India Desk at Santander UK, talks us through some of the key considerations for British businesses which are looking to enter this dynamic market.
As opinion remains divided on whether Britain should stay in the EU, Spreadshirt CEO Philip Rooke makes his argument staying in – revealing there is too much on offer for ecommerce business builders.