“Dragons’ Den and The Apprentice are giving a whole generation of entrepreneurs the wrong impression of what entrepreneurialism is about – it’s X Factoring entrepreneurialism.” so says Peoplefund.it’s MD Nick Underhill
Women setting up their own businesses in the UK do it for financial independence and to have more control over home and working life, according to new research
In a letter to the Chancellor ahead of this month’s Budget, ICAEW has asked for incentives that will encourage businesses to invest and help rebuild business confidence, essential to sustaining and accelerating the UK’s recovery from a year of slow growth.
Students at West Hatch High School, Chigwell in Essex, are reaping financial success by dabbling in the stock market.
Business Minister Mark Prisk has today launched a nationwide search for the Make it in Great Britain 30 Under 30 – 30 young rising stars employed in the manufacturing industry, all aged under the age of 30.
The 50p higher rate of income tax is “damaging the economy” and delaying the recovery from recession, more than 500 entrepreneurs and business owners warn today.
Businesses around the UK have found credit conditions tightened in January with many also reporting weaker trading conditions
MORE than 100 people have taken the “brave decision” to start their own business after taking part in a new enterprise scheme for the unemployed.
Barclays and online youth charity YouthNet have joined forces to support young people in the UK to build their financial skills, knowledge and confidence.
Surrey has the highest number of ‘recession-era’ start-ups defying the downturn with big turnovers, new figures have revealed. Around one in seven businesses that started up in the area in the last three years are turning over more than £100,000, compared to the national average of one in ten.
The Government’s Make it in Great Britain campaign has received an added boost with the announcement of 23 new ‘Industry Champions’, bringing the total to 30.