Will the high street ever be the same?
Simon Thomas, Partner at Moorfields, explores where the issues really lie for retailers and restaurateurs in wake of recent closures and CVA’s.Read more>
Are SMEs counting the cost of financial inefficiency?
A lack of financial efficiency among the UK’s small businesses could be costing a staggering £175 billion annually, new research suggests.Read more>
SMEs reveal supply chain investment intentions
Small businesses in the UK are planning significant investment into supply chain software in the year ahead, new research has found.Read more>
Could directors and officers insurance aid UK small businesses?
Two thirds of small firms in the UK were unaware of what directors and officers liability insurance is, despite the potential benefits such cover brings, according to a recent study.Read more>
Revealing the impact of unpaid invoices on SMEs
Small and medium sized businesses in the UK are potentially losing thousands of pounds of resources every year as a result of unpaid invoices.Read more>
London’s serviced office space is in demand
Demand for serviced office space in London is growing at a rapid rate, according to a new report from Deloitte Real Estate.Read more>
How vehicle costs are proving expensive for SMEs
Keeping company vehicles on the road is costing small businesses in the UK considerable sums of money, according to new research from RAC Business.Read more>
Why missed appointments could be costing small business
The UK’s appointment-based businesses could be losing millions of pounds every year due to missed appointments, new research has found.Read more>
How an SME’s success can rely on its recruitment
When it comes to expanding a small business, the staff that are initially recruited will play a pivotal role in shaping its future.Read more>
Why businesses need to manage the IT skills gap
With technology currently at the forefront of many businesses, highly-skilled IT staff are required to ensure everything runs smoothly.Read more>
Are small businesses undervaluing themselves?
The majority of small businesses may be undervaluing themselves, while others could be missing opportunities for investment growth, new research has claimed.Read more>
Why SMEs can’t forget about past employees
Three quarters of businesses could be subjected to security breaches from past employees, as they lack sufficient protection to guard against cyber threats.Read more>
How Facebook could help small businesses to get ahead
The popularity of social media is nearly impossible to ignore for small businesses, especially when considering the opportunities it can provide.Read more>
Why businesses must plan for the long-term
Half of UK start-up companies still fail to pass the five year hurdle, showcasing the need for clearly defined plans and business goals.Read more>
Do businesses need help with commercial bills?
New research from an energy and water consultancy has suggested that many businesses in the UK are lacking the skills needed to pay commercial utility bills.Read more>
Can small businesses do more to enhance their green credentials?
While environmental considerations may not be at the forefront of the minds of business owners, making a company greener could actually have long term benefits.Read more>
SMEs believe simplified tax system could boost UK exports
Small businesses in the UK believe that a simplified tax system will play a vital role in encouraging greater export growth.Read more>
SME’s reveal business drops in run-up to election
Political uncertainty has led to a slowing down of business markets and investment activity, according to Hitachi Capital Invoice Finance.Read more>
How small businesses can save their finances
Finances are the driving force behind any business and it is to be expected that bosses and entrepreneurs will be keen to save money wherever possible.Read more>
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How late payment issues are affecting SMEs
Managing the cash flow of a business is an essential part of the daily running of a firm, but it is made more difficult when contractual terms are not met.Read more>