Survey shows a desire to grow but a lack of knowledge about where to look for finance
Public sector pay roll shrinks to lowest level in a decade – but there are more private sector jobs than ever before, ONS says
Some of the country’s most successful female entrepreneurs – with a mighty collective turnover of over £2 billion – have gathered to celebrate the inspirational winners of the tenth NatWest everywoman Awards. Leading the celebrations were everywoman founders, Karen Gill MBE and Maxine Benson MBE together with Awards Patron Dame Mary Perkins.
Tech City Investment Organisation (TCIO), the body tasked with promoting British technology companies based in the East London tech cluster, is joining forces with digital news network ECNlive, in a partnership that will connect Tech City with investors in the City of London.
Employers say price is important, but aren’t making the most of the options available to them when it comes to healthcare for their staff, says Jelf Employee Benefits.
Christmas spending may hit £29bn but next 15 days will make or break some on high street as big day for online shopping passes
Those who believe in a small state and self-regulated markets could claim JRR Tolkien and Elinor Ostrom as two of their own
The British high street will have to work harder than ever to keep counterfeit goods off the market this Christmas as an annual survey shows an increase in the number of people who would accept a knock-off present.
As more than half of workers over 55 plan to work beyond the state retirement age, it is in employers interests to enable older people to stay in work for as long as possible. This is the key message from evidence given this morning to the House of Lords Public Service and Demographic Change Select Committee by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD).
Lost tax revenue from services bought from suppliers based overseas is more than £1.6bn a year, says report
In the 18 months since Lord Davies published his review into women on boards there has been encouraging progress. The number of women recruited to the boardrooms of the UK’s largest companies has increased and there has been a notable commitment by business to remove the obstacles preventing women making it to the boardroom.