UK businesses operating apprenticeship schemes are set to increase the amount of apprentices they employ before the summer.
Consumers, retailers and manufacturers will soon be freed from outdated red tape currently in force, Consumer Minister Norman Lamb announced today.
European leaders urge Germany to agree to boost the bail-out fund this week amid fears that markets will turn against Spain, Ireland and Portugal without urgent support.
Measures to strengthen supply chains and reduce the burden of regulation have been announced by the Business Secretary Vince Cable.
With The Chancellor describing himself as a ‘Champion for British business’ we ask some of the countries leading entrepreneurs if they agree with him when he said that Budget 2012 would help us ‘earn our place in the world’
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 European Commission has approved a UK measure, which aims at reducing the cost of finance for SMEs, until 30 June 2012.
The Government has today accepted the independent Low Pay Commission’s (LPC) recommendations for this year’s National Minimum Wage (NMW) rates.
Lord Sugar has defended banks from criticism that they are not doing enough to support and lend to SMEs and entrepreneurs.