Recent data has shown an alarming number of small businesses in the UK routinely fail to safeguard their intellectual property.
Britain’s “terrible” employment laws are undermining economic growth and should be overhauled, according to a report commissioned by David Cameron which has been conducted by venture capitalist Adrian Beecroft.
A call has gone out today to Britain’s business community asking them to champion UK manufacturing and show the best of British industry throughout 2012.
A new nationally operated Manufacturing Advisory Service will focus on helping small and medium sized manufacturers to grow, Business Minister Mark Prisk announced today.
More than 100 thousand UK businesses could save in excess of £600 million in accountancy and administration costs every year under proposals to reduce financial reporting requirements, published by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills today.
The London Entrepeneurial Exchange, the Voice of UK entrepreneurs warns that initiatives announced so far are not enough and demanded targeted action to help small business.
Today the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills has announced a £145 million boost to improve Britain’s e-infrastructure.
Businesses have today been called upon by ministers to help tackle employment related law, bureaucracy and red tape in the latest phase of the Employment Law Review.
This morning it seemed pretty much impossible to escape from sound bites of Ed Balls trying to up his stock. It was hard to see what his tactic was, apart from alienating whatever part of the electorate that hasn’t already figured out that he doesn’t have a clue what he’s doing.