The Confederation of British Industry (CBI) has predicted that economic growth, which it describes as “timid” for this year, will remain “steady but sluggish” in 2018 with “tepid” growth.
Recent research has found that large enterprises in the UK should pay more attention to start-ups and digital disruption, or face having their own business affected by the newcomers.
The UK is levied more on property as a percentage of GDP than anywhere else in the world, according to a new report.
In last week’s Budget, Chancellor Philip Hammond announced that the Government is to publish its “Action Plan” to unlock £20 billion of new investment in UK scale-ups through a new funding injection into the British Business Bank (BBB).
Chancellor Philip Hammond has put forward his proposals for the future in today’s (November 22) Budget and said he recognises the great pressure small businesses in the UK are under.
Studies have shown that entrepreneurs who make more time for family and friends and achieve a better work-life balance are more likely to be successful than those who do not. However, many struggle to unwind and, as a result, either burn out or become stressed.
The House of Commons’ Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has voiced concerns that schools and academies are facing rapidly increasing cost pressures.
The Consumer Price Index (CPI) rose by three per cent in the year to October, remaining the same as the September inflation reading, contradicting analysts’ forecasts that it would rise to just above three per cent.
A girls’ school in London has recruited an “entrepreneur-in-residence” to inspire pupils to start their own businesses when they leave because many traditional jobs will not exist by the time they are ready to work.
With beer sales falling by 35 million pints in British pubs in the three months to September, the British Beer and Pub Association (BPA) is calling for Chancellor Philip Hammond to cut duty on beer by a penny a pint in his forthcoming Budget.