New research report analyses impact of customer service across the UK on brand loyalty and sales
With nearly 80 per cent of homeless people wanting to get a job and support themselves, this spring tailoring company A Suit That Fits teamed up with three homelessness charities to help their members get back into work.
The aim of the meeting is to discuss the work of The Prince’s Initiative for Mature Enterprise (PRIME) and how to extend its reach in supporting business creation for the over 50 entrepreneur. Founded by HRH The Prince of Wales, PRIME is the only national organisation dedicated to promoting 50+ self-employment and enterprise.
Plans for greater business flexibility and quicker resolution for workplace disputes are to be announced later today by the Business Secretary, Vince Cable.
The Intellectual Property Office (IPO) and Imperial College today published new estimates of investment in the UK’s copyright industries. When adopted in the National Accounts this adds more than £3 billion to the economy.
Measures to make the international system of patent application faster and more effective were announced today by the UK Intellectual Property Office (UKIPO) with changes to the UK’s Fast Track system. These moves come as part of a wider effort by the UK and US intellectual property authorities to get more businesses to use the PCT system.
A new national support service for the UK’s fast-growing social enterprise sector is being launched in Westminster next week (Tuesday 12 June) by the University of Northampton and business performance specialists Exemplas.
Financial firms in Britain are generating record numbers of business ideas (e.g. for new products or services) but a low hit rate is stunting true innovation