Greece was dealt a further blow when Euler Hermes, the world’s biggest trade credit insurer, suspended cover for exporters shipping goods to the country.
A new Non-Executive Director Service, The NXD Directory, has been launched by the Institute of Directors (IoD), offering a quick, easy, and low-cost way for companies to find prospective independent non-executive directors.
The Vodafone Foundation has today launched the Smart Accessibility Awards, 2012. The competition calls for developers across Europe to design smartphone applications which take into consideration the needs of older people and people with disabilities.
A Pitney Bowes research project has unveiled that the majority of Brits are extremely unwilling to trust any third party with their personal data. Around a third of the population say they are unwilling to share personal data, such as age and address, with any third party at all and only four in ten say they trust their doctor/health service with their private information.
With economic recovery expected to be driven by small business growth, the Forum of Private Business is seeking stories from thriving firms as part of its Get Britain Trading campaign in order to pass on the secrets of success to other entrepreneurs.
Research has found that consumers are more likely to be turning their backs on stores, banks and energy companies due to inferior customer service rather than price.
Expensive, with high interest rates and a poor reputation; the latest independent research from BDRC Continental shows the UK’s SMEs do not appear to welcome payday loans as a means of financing their business.
Businesspeople are so fascinated with elite sport that companies pay vast fees to listen to inspirational talks by sporting legends. But what do they learn from them? Professor Graham Jones Founder, Top Performance Consulting Ltd looks at this fascination
A new government internet service allowing people to check how their income tax and national insurance is spent, has struggled on its first day.