As George Osborn delivered his third budget he claimed to be the Champion for British business saying that this budget would enable the country to earn its way in the world. We talk to some of the UKs leading support organisations and see if they agree with The Chancellor
The Chancellor has announced his third budget. One which he announced would be good for British business and allow the Uk to ‘earn its way in the world.’
The Government has today accepted the independent Low Pay Commission’s (LPC) recommendations for this year’s National Minimum Wage (NMW) rates.
Whilst it only seems like a few weeks ago that Tom Pellereau won the last series, after pitching a business aiming to reduce the financial and personal costs of employee back pain through specialist chairs, Lord Sugar has unveiled this year’s 16 candidates
Business and Enterprise Minister Mark Prisk has announced key milestones in mentoring support for entrepreneurs as the first Global Entrepreneurship Congress to be held in Europe gets underway.
Business and Enterprise Minister Mark Prisk is today leading a call for businesses to work together and develop practical solutions in creating better cashflow management systems and changing the culture of late payments.
“Dragons’ Den and The Apprentice are giving a whole generation of entrepreneurs the wrong impression of what entrepreneurialism is about – it’s X Factoring entrepreneurialism.” so says Peoplefund.it’s MD Nick Underhill
Women setting up their own businesses in the UK do it for financial independence and to have more control over home and working life, according to new research
In a letter to the Chancellor ahead of this month’s Budget, ICAEW has asked for incentives that will encourage businesses to invest and help rebuild business confidence, essential to sustaining and accelerating the UK’s recovery from a year of slow growth.