The Chancellor, Rishi Sunak’s plans to cut the basic rate of income tax by 2p in 2024/25 is nothing but “smoke and mirrors” as the government makes it first moves towards the next General Election.
“Net Zero” is set to become the phrase of the day. It may even eclipse some of the Covid jargon that has become part of our lexicon over the last two years!
Every business in the UK has a part to play when it comes to reducing carbon emissions. It’s often large businesses and “gas-guzzling” industries such as manufacturing and oil that are in the limelight for energy offences.
Engaging women in taking up roles in the business sector and the advancement of female talent has long been at the top of business agendas and conversations.
Stress has been talked about a lot lately but has never been more important: as we start to reshape the world of work in the aftermath of the pandemic, businesses have the opportunity to create working environments that enhance our wellbeing.
Whilst many applauded the Autumn statement announced by Chancellor Rishi Sunak today huge elements of the business economy has been critical about being left out.
Here’s something that you’ll hear rarely — running a business is like raising a child. While this analogy may be strange, I believe it holds true.
In 2019, the Telegraph revealed that 20% of new ventures will fail within just 12 months of opening their doors, with that figure climbing to 60% within the first three years.
This week, a judge at Oxford County Court handed down what is believed to be the first judgment of its kind in the UK relating to the use of the ‘Ring’ doorbell, a popular smart doorbell system that is sold by Amazon.
Since the World Wide Web was first launched for widespread use in the early 1990s, electronic mail – or email – has become a vital communications tool for businesses and people across the globe.