With the Brexit deadline fast approaching, companies are scrambling with contingency plans for the future of their businesses.
The idea of joining an SME is becoming more attractive to millennials.
It is vital UK companies, service providers and individuals doing business in Europe understand how changes in legislation may affect them when the UK finally departs the EU.
More than 150,000 holidaymakers have been left stranded abroad and 9,000 employees axed after Thomas Cook went bust yesterday.
If there’s one thing we can all agree on in these increasingly divisive political times, it is that Brexit has triggered considerable divisions in our communities.
Thomas Cook collapsed just last month leaving 9,000 of its UK-based staff without jobs.
As Brexit negotiations are still ongoing, authorities are urging the government to deliver Export Vouchers to small businesses in order to help them stay afloat
If you are running your own business, chances are you are squaring up against a huge field of competition.
Small and medium enterprises provide the backbone of Britain’s economy. Brexit is clouding the future for businesses as many are now left uncertain over the impacts a no-deal could bring to their workforce.