According to a survey UK entrepreneurs are choosing to buy and invest in small businesses rather than leave cash in the bank.
According to the latest Business Insolvency Index 1,841 firms (0.09 per cent of the total business population) failed during May – the same rate as in May 2011, and a slight increase from the April 2012 figures.
HRH The Duke of York was among the VIP guests at the London launch of MADE: The Entrepreneur Festival last night at ‘The Gherkin’, in the City of London.
A new report offering a fresh glimpse inside UK businesses reveals that one in ten bosses earn more than £250,000 a year in basic salary, but half still insist they are underpaid.
A report published by HR consultancy ETS reveals what makes workers want to ‘go the extra mile’ for their employers.
Stephen Archer, Business Analyst and director of UK business consultancy, Spring Partnerships talks about how the Olympics will impact British businesses and the UK economy.
New research from Prudential has revealed that the average UK worker will
have earned £1 million by the time they are 56 years, nine months and three
Securing overseas investment into UK start-ups and venture funds is the objective of a partnership agreement being signed between UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) and the British Venture Capital Association (BVCA).