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.
The Government has confirmed a £14 billion funding package for schools and academies, increasing the education budget to over £52 billion by 2022/23.
The majority of start-up businesses have little confidence that they would be capable of raising investment through pitching without help, with only 19 per cent saying they would know where to go and what to do to raise cash.
Leaked Government documents suggest that schools are set to receive a £3.5 billion funding boost to “reverse cuts” in the education sector.
The Confederation of British Industry (CBI) has urged the Government to “turbocharge” the current programme of research and development (R&D) tax credits to help the UK meet its R&D investment target by 2027.
Some 62 private schools have now revealed plans to leave the Teachers’ Pension Scheme (TPS) and set up their own, citing an unaffordable rise in contributions.
The Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) has published new guidance on how education providers can protect themselves from cybercrime.