The London Entrepreneurial Exchange, the voice of UK entrepreneurs, supports the CBI in its call on the government to use the Autumn Statement as an opportunity to introduce a raft of measures aimed at stimulating growth while maintaining its strict discipline on public spending.
The cream of British business celebrated last night at the prestigious and influential National Business Awards in partnership with Orange at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London.
A Government investment of £950 million will help create and safeguard more than 200,000 jobs across England has been announced by Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg.
A project to save the last working Victorian pottery in the UK and create more than 100 new jobs in Stoke-on-Trent has secured commitments to receive £5 million of government and private funding.
Britain’s “terrible” employment laws are undermining economic growth and should be overhauled, according to a report commissioned by David Cameron which has been conducted by venture capitalist Adrian Beecroft.
Research published today shows that almost half of UK Small and medium sized businesses are holding on to investable cash not needed in their day-to-day operations.
A new nationally operated Manufacturing Advisory Service will focus on helping small and medium sized manufacturers to grow, Business Minister Mark Prisk announced today.
The annual Barclays Business Regional Impact Index has revealed which regions in Britain benefit most from the contributions of their small businesses and crucially, the role they are playing in boosting recovery across the country.
The London Entrepeneurial Exchange, the Voice of UK entrepreneurs warns that initiatives announced so far are not enough and demanded targeted action to help small business.
The European Commission has presented its 2010 small and medium-sized enterprises report “Are EU SMEs recovering from the crisis?” and it is positive reading from a UK perspective.