The key to helping business grow could be from working with competitors, according to a survey of UK small and medium-sized businesses.
StartUp Britain is set to hit the road for a month-long bus tour designed to inspire the next generation of entrepreneurs.
Siemens, Sembcorp and Nissan are some of the 34 businesses that have successfully bid to design the vocational training programmes they need to grow and create tens of thousands of opportunities for young people, Business Secretary Vince Cable announced today.
Behind countries such as Angola, Azerbaijan and Uzbekistan, Britain has rightly been lamented for being in the slow lane when it comes to 4G mobile services. However that is all set to change as Everything Everywhere’s new brand for 4G mobile services –“EE” – has announced plans for their rollout.
Too few businesses appreciate the importance of connectivity when rolling out cloud-based IT strategies, according to data centre specialist Node4.
The sales culture that has riddled the banking industry with scandal must end and lenders must “recast” themselves as boring and trustworthy with a focus on customers, according to Lloyds Banking Group’s chief executive António Horta-Osório.
While the UK economy is on go slow with the crisis in the eurozone impacting trade at home and abroad, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are finding new ways to adapt to the changing landscape according to one funding provider.
More than 100,000 UK businesses could save £millions in annual accountancy and administration costs under reduced auditing and reporting requirements announced by the Business Secretary, Vince Cable today.