The development of the Black Country Enterprise Zone has moved a step closer after half a million pounds was secured to carry out essential works.
HP has announced the winners of the first HP Smart Business Awards as part of its commitment to support small and mid sized business innovation and growth across the UK.
A new House of Lords Committee on SMEs has today launched its inquiry into what the Government is doing to assist and promote the UKs small & Medium sized businesses to export.
Cuts in bureaucracy and red tape are reducing the burdens placed on businesses according to new government figures published today.
The new guidelines on maternity leave and redundancy recently published are to be welcomed, as Unite, Britain’s biggest union vows to target rogue employers and protect ‘mums to be’
The number of enquiries for interim managers increased by 18 per cent in the first quarter of 2012, with an average of 79 enquiries per IMA member firm.
With just two weeks to go until the eve of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, London will become the epicentre for not just the world’s top athletes but also their countries’ business leaders, wanting to capitalise on the greatest business networking opportunity the world has ever seen.
With the Olympics at the top of the national agenda, it seems only right to recognise how success in these events also relates to success in the business world of sales and marketing.
StartUp Britain has announced a scheme which will throw open empty high street shops to hundreds of start-ups desperate for an outlet, in a move to boost enterprise and retail growth.
There are continued intakes of breath, tutting and shaking of heads at the antics of the banks. Barclays is in for the most opprobrium but the banking community has been viewed as villains ever since Northern Rock was the first to have the wheels come off in 2007 – yes it’s nearly 5 years since this all kicked off.