How to deliver results for your business. There are six steps you need to take, this week we look at step five – take action!
everywoman, the UK’s largest female business community, is inviting entries for the second year of its everywoman in Technology Awards, supported by Women in Technology
Nectar Business, the UK’s leading business loyalty programme, is offering one UK company the chance to win a business makeover, including a two-hour consultation with leading UK business woman and star of BBC 1’s ‘The Apprentice’, Karren Brady.
Schools should teach honesty, reliability, teamwork and punctuality to boost young people’s job prospects, said 65 per cent of adults who took part in a Young Enterprise poll.
Graduates call for more information about career opportunities with SMEs, reports a new study by Graduate Prospects.
The small business support company, Enterprise Nation, along with PayPal and Intuit, the makers of QuickBooks, is launching Fund101 to offer amounts of up to £500 to start ups and young businesses.
Having an affair with a colleague tops the list of seven deadly business sins newly appointed bosses should avoid at all costs.
How to deliver results for your business. There are six steps you need to take, this week we look at step three – engage people and resources
Cheques – until recently facing the threat of abolition – should be improved, with the “delays and uncertainty” that affect cheque payments should be reduced, said a Treasury Committee report.
For many businesses the fear of handling the money side is holding them back. However much they’d love to turn their passion into a small business, they’re frightened of getting on the wrong side of the taxman and often find it’s a desperate struggle to keep all their paperwork in the right place, never mind work out how much tax they should pay each year!