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Labour's plans to cut business rates deserve credit

25/09/2013 08:37:56 by Jonathan Elliott | Category: Opinion and comment
Signs from this years Labour Party Conference in Brighton suggest that the future is starting to look hopeful for Britain's small and medium businesses.

3 businesses inspired by peculiar events

24/09/2013 11:16:23 by Dan O'Sullivan | Category: Business inspiration
Every business starts with an idea, but entrepreneurs often find inspiration in unusual places. We look at three ventures with very different beginnings.

RBS urges Britain's small businesses to push for growth by targeting export markets in Brazil, Mexico and Taiwan

20/09/2013 09:37:16 by Dan O'Sullivan | Category: SME News
An RBS report claims that Britain's SMEs are missing out on potentially lucrative export markets - particularly in Mexico, Taiwan and Brazil

Business confidence is on the up, but are rising electricity prices set to hamper Britain's economic recovery?

18/09/2013 09:27:56 by Dan O'Sullivan | Category: Opinion and comment
Research from the FSB shows small business confidence is at its highest point since 2010, but rising energy prices could threaten the positive trend

Duncan Bannatyne finds 'investment of the year' as Young Ones secure a deal in the Den

17/09/2013 09:04:26 by Dan O'Sullivan | Category: Business inspiration
Postgraduates Chris and Tom surrendered 40% of their business in exchange for a £75,000 investment from Duncan Bannatyne to bring the series to a close

London's restaurant explosion - has a food boom put the capital on par with New York and Paris?

12/09/2013 14:21:31 by Dan O'Sullivan
Figures show that Londoners are going out for dinner with increasing regularity - and restaurants are booming as a result

Empty shops symbolise Britain's need for an independent retail revolution

11/09/2013 13:34:16 by Dan O'Sullivan | Category: Opinion and comment
The latest report from the Local Data Company has revealed that vacancy rates on Britain's high streets stand at 14.1%, with thousands of shops empty

Parking or pedestrianisation? Initiatives that could save the high street

10/09/2013 10:26:14 by Dan O'Sullivan | Category: Opinion and comment
With the high streets continuing to struggle, numerous campaigns have been launched in a bid to boost the nation's small retailers



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