Small Business Britain is teaming up with the Amazon Small Business Accelerator to help small firms navigate the cost-of-living crisis and threat of recession.
The government has been urged to end the stigma that surrounds rolled-up holiday pay, which leads to hundreds of millions of pounds of holiday pay going unclaimed every year.
It’s no understatement to say that 2022 was a very difficult year for UK businesses. The combination of the cost of living and energy crises, alongside the looming threat of a recession, meant that many businesses were left struggling with higher operating costs and fewer consumers to offset these expenses.
As Jeremy Hunt prepares to present his first spring budget next week, the Treasury is coming under renewed pressure from business leaders to announce greater support to revive faltering investment and economic growth.
This International Women’s Day, Big Issue Invest is celebrating the female-led award-winning social enterprise Foundervine.
The Institute of Directors is calling on the UK government to be significantly more active in incentivising green industries and technologies.
Despite inflation reaching record levels coupled with great economic uncertainty, women in the UK built more businesses last year than ever before.
Housing tenants could be given extra protections and housebuilders forced to change their practices, the competition watchdog has warned.
Hybrid working is becoming more and more engrained, with workers now splitting their time between city centre offices and suburban and rural workspaces.
Gary Lineker’s lawyers have told a legal hearing that a tax inquiry into the footballer’s finances has been “looking in the wrong place”.
Restructuring specialist Begbies Traynor Group says its finances have been boosted by the collapse of Paperchase earlier this year.