Tech giant Apple is about to make history, with it being just shy of the magic $1 trillion market valuation. And there’s more growth to come thanks to a focus on artificial intelligence.
The CBI is calling for the creation of a new Chief Trade Ambassador role to tempt the 90% of UK businesses not exporting to start looking abroad.
A complex and time-consuming European rebate system means that more than a fifth of businesses are currently losing out on vast amounts of money in unclaimed VAT, explains Brendon Silver, CEO at leading cross-border VAT recovery firm, VAT IT.
In a world of red tape and increasing banking charges, many SME bosses are turning their attention to the use of cryptocurrency to reduce costs and streamline their business operations both in the UK and overseas.
While forex trading can offer an efficient way of building real wealth, it comes with risks. A few mistakes can end up costing you real money, not just time and effort.
With the UK government saying it wants to near double exports to £1 trillion per year by 2020, CEO at lending platform Growth Street, Greg Carter, believes SMEs could be the driving factor behind reaching that target.
Exporting can seem like a monumental task for some, even though there are more avenues than there have ever been before with the rise of online marketplaces for entrepreneurs to sell their wares.
Hither Mann is the financial trading sensation who became a millionaire by 25, but despite a £200m fortune and a taste for the high life, she has admitted part of her still panics about money.
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.
With businesses more likely to use digital contracts, the potential for confusion has multiplied. Terms can now be hidden away in a hyperlink, and the signatory is expected to read all the terms linked to, even when these could be open to change or too general for certain parties.
Following the European referendum, many businesses were left vulnerable, with lessened chances of growth due to the weak pound.
Catherine Stott, external financial mind coach to ActivTrades, unveils the difference between the two sexes when faced with pressures cast up by changing markets – and why it’s a sound business case for having more women in the financial industry.