This Saturday (7 December) marks the seventh anniversary of ‘Small Business Saturday’, a day where consumers are encouraged to support and celebrate small businesses.
More than 250 of the UK’s top entrepreneurs have signed an open letter to the next Government urging it to roll out a string of reforms to help the start-up sector.
According to the findings of a recent survey involving 100 of the UK’s largest publicly quoted businesses, the UK’s largest firms contributed £85 billion in corporation tax last year, the ninth consecutive rise in the tax take.
Recent research suggests that investors have ploughed a record £9 billion into UK tech start-ups this year, placing the sector head and shoulders above the rest of Europe.
The deadline for making subcontractor declarations has been extended to Friday 29 November, it has been announced.
The Government has devised a number of policies and schemes that are designed to help start-ups grow while learning about how to do business in the UK effectively.
The Government will do more to combat low pay by launching a “more ambitious” National Living Wage (NLW) scheme, it has been revealed.
The retail revolution, which is leaving many of the UK’s high streets littered with empty shopfronts, is offering start-ups plenty of possibilities however experts have recommended that individuals need to be careful where they set up shop.
According to a recent Enterprise Nation poll, more than half of the UK’s small business founders are happy to ask for advice, which appears to be a sign of the maturity of the start-up sector.
Recent research shows that HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has raked in a lot of extra cash for the Treasury by chasing businesses for underpaid tax, collecting an extra £9.8 billion last year.