Research shows that small firms are the least prepared for Brexit and a no-deal scenario, so the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has issued a checklist of six factors which small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) should check and prepare for before 31 October.
Recent research shows that more people than ever are starting their own business, with the UK currently having 5 million micro-businesses, which account for 33 per cent of employment and 22 per cent of UK PLC’s turnover.
The Government has announced the Transport-Technology Research and Innovation Grant (T-TRIG), which entrepreneurs and innovators pioneering new ways of creating a better transport system can bid for.
Construction industry professionals have called for tax breaks to stimulate building across the UK after research found that industry figures fell from booming to record low levels in June.
A recent survey by the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) reveals that small firms are in urgent need of more support from the Government to overcome a worrying lack of preparedness for the potential event of a no-deal Brexit.
The chair of a multi-academy trust (MAT) will spend an average of 50 days per year carrying out the role, a new study has revealed.
As the uncertainty over Brexit intensifies, many claim that entrepreneurs are poised to push through and adapt to the new circumstances they will face.
The Government has launched a series of nationwide events for businesses so that they can ask questions and receive advice on a range of areas to help them to get ready for Brexit.
A new financial reporting model will be introduced for colleges from January 2020, a new report has revealed. Introducing the system, the Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) said the model will “simplify” the way colleges submit their financial data. According to the report, college returns will be consolidated into a single annual return from…Details
There has been a sharp spike in funding for the UK’s tech start-ups, despite the concern surrounding Brexit, which analysts believe is a reflection of the high quality of the individual investment opportunities in the UK’s tech ecosystem.