Businesses across the country are trapped on a late payment merry-go-round as they try to reconcile time spent maintaining a healthy cash flow with fighting the on-going downturn
Norfolk County Council has announced plans to publish all its tenders on Twitter to help local companies bid for council contracts.
A survey of the savings habits of entrepreneurs shows many are reluctant to set aside money for a rainy day
In 2010, Pew Research Center embarked on a study that surveyed more than 1,000 technology and Internet experts on the status of the Web
Consumers, retailers and manufacturers will soon be freed from outdated red tape currently in force, Consumer Minister Norman Lamb announced today.
Six SMEs have received prestigious awards for their internship schemes as the National Council for Work Experience (NCWE) reveals its 2012 award winners
Measures to strengthen supply chains and reduce the burden of regulation have been announced by the Business Secretary Vince Cable.
A new report into life inside Britain’s boardrooms reveals that bosses earn an average of £76,717, only take three quarters of their full annual holiday entitlement and work most weekends. However some still think they are overpaid.
As George Osborn delivered his third budget he claimed to be the Champion for British business saying that this budget would enable the country to earn its way in the world. We talk to some of the UKs leading support organisations and see if they agree with The Chancellor