Creative England is launching a national business development fund of up to £1 million to support creative and digital businesses across England.
A UKTI event running alongside the London 2012 Olympics will see global firms committing multi-million pound investments guaranteeing hundred of new jobs in the creative & media sector today.
The recent Government Growth Review emphasised the role of good leadership and management in helping achieve sustainable economic prosperity and growth.
Business activity during the second quarter of 2012 among 4,000 UK SMEs using non-bank funding facilities, has seen a dramatic rise to pre-recession levels, according to a report by Bibby Financial Services.
Recession-weary and stuck in a 20th century mindset, UK enterprise executives are undervaluing the commercial potential of the internet as a means of attracting overseas revenues, leaving many firms trailing in the race to capitalise on global e-commerce
Business Minister Norman Lamb today welcomed the progress made by payday lenders as they published newly revised Codes of Practice to increase transparency and better help vulnerable borrowers, but warned that they need to maintain their focus on protecting consumers and tackling bad practice.
More than one in ten British small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) say they have considered closing down in the last three months as a possible impact of the current economic situation.
The largest set of trade and investment events ever held in this country starts today with the Government’s Global Investment Conference. The conference, the first of a series of global business summits being held in London to showcase the UK during the Olympic and Paralympic Games, has opened with some large scale plans unveiled.
Small automotive businesses in the Midlands which struggle to finance their orders are being assisted by a plan to get giant manufacturers and banks together to improve lenders’ understanding of the sector.