The creators of an innovative cuddly toy which helps children improve their behaviour have been selected by the public as the final contestants in a competition with £50,000 worth of business support up for grabs.
As part of Global Enterprise Week, the children’s party company, Kids Bee Happy is giving away a free Franchise to someone that wants to start their own business but who has previously been held back by lack of resources, or other obstacles in life.
Santander Business Banking is recruiting an additional 250 local business managers and doubling its team of telephone business advisers to 200, as it looks to increase its support for smaller businesses.
The top 25 management books in the UK have been announced at the Chartered Management Institute’s (CMI) national conference in London.
Facebook has become a staple part of marketers diets. Many brands thrive on the thrill of boosting their likes and, in theory, their popularity, with social media hungry consumers.
However, the recent platform changes have really mixed it up and brands are going to have to work much harder to be seen on individuals’ facebook newsfeeds.
everywoman, the UK’s largest female business community, has partnered with the Federation of Small Businesses on its campaign to champion Real-Life Entrepreneurs.
The energy giant E.ON have launched a new offer for small and medium sized business customers who take an electricity contract with them.
A warned has been sounded by The Business Centre Association of a catastrophic shortage of flexible office space within the next two years, stifling growth in the small business sector, if the Government does not raise the threshold for empty property rates (EPR).
PayPal is set to transition from online-only to an in-store presence right in time for the Christmas shopping season.
Dragons’ Den star Peter Jones has drawn up plans to inject the ailing electricals chain Comet into his online retailing business in partnership with Hilco, the turnaround specialist.
Facebook made a splash last week when it announced a plan to offer £20 million in free advertising to small businesses starting in January. The company says the move will allow small businesses and entrepreneurs to test the waters of social media advertising—and simultaneously helps Facebook usher in a new wave of loyal advertisers it hopes will stick around for the long haul.