by James Gilmour | 01 Mar 2011
Today’s decision in the European Court of Justice might, at face value, seem sensible. Currently, insurers enjoy an exemption from the EU Gender Directive. The Directive is intended to prevent discrimination – and surely all discrimination should be removed from the business arena?
by Josh Hall | 22 Feb 2011
Changes to the ways in which public sector contracts are advertised and accesssed could have major implications for small construction businesses.
by Josh Hall | 18 Feb 2011
The last week has seen a number of important announcements for SMEs. A range of issues including bank finance and public sector procurement have come under the spotlight.
by Josh Hall | 15 Feb 2011
In this difficult economic climate, business owners need to get the best result from every penny they spend. So, to help you make the most of your online marketing, we are running a live panel discussion with Eric Shimoda of Google, and Hannah Smith of SEO agency Distilled.
by Josh Hall | 11 Feb 2011
Starting a business while at university yields its own unique challenges - but it also brings significant potential benefits.
by Josh Hall | 10 Feb 2011
False economies are a small business owner’s worst enemy. Many start-ups fall victim to false economies, struggling, as they often are, with very limited budgets. But what seems like a thrifty choice can often end up costing you in the long-term.
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