Energy price hikes see Big Six secure £1.2 billion profit from UK households

29/11/2013 10:09:56 by Dan O'Sullivan | Category: Consumer news and advice
The Big Six energy suppliers made £1.2 billion profit from UK households last year, yet bills are set to continue increasing

The energy price question: How changes to climate tax rules can benefit SMEs

25/11/2013 14:01:09 by Jonathan Elliott | Category: Small business advice
Reviewing the Climate Change Levy could help smaller suppliers provide cheaper energy to Britain's businesses

Struggling indies and booming bookmakers: Are Britain's high streets losing their character?

21/11/2013 09:58:11 by Dan O'Sullivan
Betting shops are becoming increasingly prominent on the high street, and small businesses are seeing their presence threatened.

Energy prices rise eight times quicker than average person's salary

18/11/2013 15:39:21 by Scott Byrom | Category: Consumer news and advice
Citizens Advice has revealed that energy prices have increased eight times faster than people's wages since 2010, with many struggling to pay their bills

Energy bills ruin Christmas as nurseries forced to put an end to festive flower production

15/11/2013 16:49:34 by Dan O'Sullivan | Category: SME News
British nurseries would ordinarily grow poinsettias in anticipation of Christmas, but this year many have been forced to stop due to high energy bills.

Small store survival and the business costs scourge

14/11/2013 17:06:16 by Dan O'Sullivan | Category: Opinion and comment
Research shows that 94% of businesses have seen their costs increase over the past year, and many have struggled to get to grips with their finances.

From Clicks to Bricks: how the internet is rejuvenating the high street

13/11/2013 10:51:39 by Dan O'Sullivan | Category: SME News
With a number of online-only retailers broadening their horizons on the high street, it seems the internet is helping to revive brick and mortar stores

Are business rates the bane of small high street retailers?

06/11/2013 15:16:04 by Dan O'Sullivan | Category: Opinion and comment
Business rates have been blamed for the closure of many high street shops, but the government has delayed any revaluation by two years.

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