The looming threat of a no-deal Brexit, coupled with a second national lockdown, promises a difficult winter for SMEs on top of what has already been a challenging year.
The return of HM Revenue & Customs’ preferential status when companies go bust will “scupper” a business rescue process that helped to save thousands of jobs during the Covid-19 pandemic, insolvency experts have warned.
Lance Forman, Vice Chairman of the Independent Business Network (IBN) sets out 10 reasons why the Government should scrap corporation tax?
With the second lockdown well underway and many workers facing continued uncertainty about when they will next be back in the office, the debate about what the future of work looks like for businesses is starting to ramp up.
One of the big stories of the past seven months has been the sudden move of millions of people to working from home. Tim Ringo looks at what it’s like for those who cannot work from home in a pandemic?
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s recent announcement of a £16.5bn increase to defence spending, brought with it an interesting caveat for the cyber security community.
Businesses have rolled over and absorbed far too much of a basting from this Government over Covid and it’s time to stand up and tell it to get stuffed.
Covid-19 has brought many challenges to all kinds of industries and professions. Many were concerned about the effect on young entrepreneurs across the nation – what would happen to the UK’s thriving start-up scene in the likes of Manchester, London, Exeter and Bristol?
Leading from your heart (emotionally intelligent, collaborative, motivating) matters more now than ever as uncertainty permeates every aspect of work, life and what the future holds.