The US has imposed costly tariffs on (largely small) luxury goods manufacturers exporting from the UK (in effect from today). Many think that Brexit’s to blame, but is it?
Lucy Symes at Scottish Pacific Business Finance discusses the impact that weak cash flow can have on a growing business, and why alternative finance is the most viable solution to this issue.
Fixed prices can save SME owners a bundle compared to other tariffs, and here’s why. As with anything, remember to consider more than just the price.
The clock has started ticking unless otherwise agreed by all 27 remaining EU members, the UK will cease to be an EU member state on 29 March 2019. So companies trading in France and the UK should start making preparations.
As president-elect Donald Trump continues to outline a plan for his first 100 days in office, the latest policy to feel his wrath is TPP the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Small and mid-sized firms have embraced digital technology, and HSBC has led a review of its bank tariffs to cater to the change.
The UK's 'big six' energy companies are losing customers to their smaller rivals at such a rate that they will control less than 50 per cent of the residential market in 2019, according to UKPower.co.uk.