Students at West Hatch High School, Chigwell in Essex, are reaping financial success by dabbling in the stock market.
SMEs are being urged to take advantage of the opportunities available to them to get trading and look at potential new markets abroad.
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
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.
It has been confirmed today that Nominet, the registry body which looks after the management of the .uk internet namespace, will take forward the application for .cymru & .wales
At the Government’s National Manufacturing Summit being held at the Bristol & Bath Science Park today, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg is set to announce that the government has provided an extra £1 billion for businesses seeking support to help them create new jobs and grow.
A leading UK entrepreneur said today that the predicted increased marketing spend for 2012 was evidence of the ‘first shoots of the economic revival’.
2011 saw big high street chains close an average of 14 stores a day across Britain. In this difficult retail market entrepreneurs are being encouraged to take advantage of a government-backed scheme which offers market stalls for £10 over a fortnight this summer.