An 11-year-old boy’s plan to save the eurozone has been commended in a major competition that has attracted some of the world’s top economists.
The first quarter of the year ended well for the UK manufacturing sector with the authoritative Markit/CIPS UK Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) rising to a ten-month high of 52.1 in March, from 51.5 in February.
During the ten years since inception the NatWest everywoman Awards have attracted thousands of entries and celebrated Britain’s leading female entrepreneurs. This inspiring programme has commended both household names such as Karren Brady, Hilary Devey, Dame Mary Perkins, Chrissie Rucker and Cath Kidston, along with a multitude of extraordinary women whose businesses both large and small support Britain’s reputation as one of the best countries for enterprise.
Small charities and community projects need to show how they can boost companies’ profits to secure support
Duane Jackson, CEO and founder of KashFlow has written to the heads of Britain’s banks, urging them to grant small businesses secure access to their own financial data. Duane warns that a failure to do so is placing many UK small businesses, and therefore the British economy, at enormous risk.
Britain’s first entrepreneur to make a million in a phone-box, is set to use his unparalleled knowledge and expertise to boost London’s business, as the British Library’s official Entrepreneur in Residence.
Stephen Falder, Business Development Director of Byotrol Plc, joins us to explain why strong family life is vital to business and he admires Michael Palin
The majority of employees in England and Wales will be looking forward to the additional day’s holiday this year to celebrate 60 years of the Queen’s reign. However, for some employers the additional holiday, Susan Evans, Partner at Lester Aldridge explains what to do if you think that will bring you a contractual headache.
New industries pop up all the time, whether by accident – think of the popularity of mobile phone texting – or the mass commercialisation of a clever piece of science.
Britain will likely avoid sliding back into recession this year, thanks to solid growth in overseas markets, but the the government needs to do more to intice banks to lend into a weak economy, the British Chambers of Commerce said Tuesday.
The Minister for Employment Chris Grayling has urged employers to sign up to a new work experience charter published today by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD).