What gets you going? What motivates entrepreneurs to start and build a business from scratch? It isn’t the money according to a new survey findings
VAT is set to rise under the new coalition government, according to a survey of influential economists.
David Cameron has become the youngest British Prime Minister after Gordon Brown resigned bringing to an end 13 years of Labour rule. But as the government is, it appears, to be a coalition with the Liberal Democrats where does this leave the manifesto plans related to business?
Over recent years social media has transformed the way we communicate, bringing people together and giving businesses the opportunity to open up a dialogue with their customers in new and innovative ways. This massive shift has taken the marketing world by surprise, opening up new opportunities, as well as posing new challenges.
James Max on Gordon Brown still being in denial. Denial that although he has the second biggest number of seats, he and his party lost this election. When I said that bigot meant Brown Is Gone On Thursday, I didn’t say which Thursday.
The Business Matters poll, run over the past four weeks with our partners Trends Research, has seen UK business owners give a huge backing to David Cameron with over half of those that took part voting for the Conservative party and resigning Gordon Brown’s Labour party to third place.
Bigot. What does it mean? Brown Is Gone On Thursday. Who will fill the void? David Cameron and The Conservatives, or a messy hung parliament? It’s going to be close but a few days are left for you to contemplate what lies ahead and the choice you have to make come election day.
Lord Heseltine was the first to warn of the dangers of a hung parliament, but the former deputy prime minister is now “confident” David Cameron will succeed Gordon Brown as Prime Minister.
As Greece demonstrates what happens when a nation’s finances deteriorate, watching our Leaders Debate last night you would not know that we have a national debt of nearly a trillion pounds. Apparently tax credits and benefits are more important. Be under no illusion. After the next election massive cuts are on the way. The real debate is whether we can get what we want for less. And who is best to make those cuts.