The most effective way to boost the growth of your business is to not wait for the business to come to you before taking on new staff, but instead, take on more workers to grow your business.
I have praise for the Prime Minister’s ambition to rebuild the UK economy from the ground-up. Cameron’s speech at the Conservative Party Conference set out a clear agenda to rescue the economy with business at its heart.
I’m sure I am not a lone voice in the business community who thinks the 2019 deadline set in the Vickers Report gives the banks plenty of time to cook up another disaster.
When the great false economist, and rewriter of history, Alistair Darling, brought in the 50p in the pound income tax rate I promised to leave the country if Labour were re-elected for another term.
If this country is to break the cycle of benefits and unemployment then the Government needs to act more like a private sector employer than a charity.
This £2.5 billion Business Growth Fund is ‘Fool’s Gold’ and I warn every small and medium-sized business owner to steer well clear of the fund!
Since the coalition announced the need for a VAT rise I’ve been telling anyone who’ll listen that it’s the right move. However, I think the rise should be deferred for a few weeks to counteract the disruption to the economy caused by the extreme winter weather.
I really cannot keep quiet over Lord Alan Sugar’s recent comments that the Liberal Democrats under Nick Clegg are like ‘Leyton Orient suddenly being planted in the Champions League’.