An awards ceremony designed to celebrate the achievements and contribution of small businesses and the self-employed across the UK is now open for entries.
In my job I talk to a lot of CEOs and business leaders. I know that right now a lot of us are thinking about what the new normal looks like.
A new business always starts out with an ambition and, often, a carefully thought-out plan to go with it. Then, as the reality of running a new venture hits, the mind becomes focused on the here and now.
Thanks to the disastrous cocktail of Brexit and COVID-19, it’s been a tough few months for the UK.
From October 4th UK travel measures will be relaxed and simplified, as the current traffic light system will be replaced by a single red list.
The pandemic has set a new precedent for how we work, with many employers already receiving an influx of requests for remote and flexible working.
Sharing his thoughts on how small businesses can achieve ever-evolving resiliency, Sage’s VP Small Segment, Michael Office outlines the importance of ultra-modern e-commerce for the sake of the UK’s economic stability.
The new measures will provide tailored packages to help workers who have been hit by the pandemic
Around this time last year, conversation picked up about a ‘tough winter’ being on the cards for small businesses. Here we are again with a perfect storm forming, and we need a plan in place to get them through.
It’s been almost a week since petrol panic buying started in the UK, with employees across the country struggling to refuel and travel to work.