If you are starting to give serious consideration to setting up your own business one of the issues you will need to consider is the type of business structure that best fits your planned business activity.
The government has outlined new plans for Freeports to turbo-charge post-Brexit trade.
After much head scratching at the Treasury, the son of the furlough scheme has been unveiled.
History tells us that even after a significant time of disruption, as a human race we tend to very quickly go back to normal. Lockdown has gone on so long though that there’s a good chance some new business habits will stick.
According to the Office for National Statistics, economic activity in the UK fell by 20.4% in April 2020. This is the largest drop in a single month since records began in 1997.
As a business owner juggling the incomings and outgoings on a daily basis, you’d be forgiven for feeling daunted at the prospect of investing your hard-earned money – often there’s an element of risk and you may be asking:
Are you getting the best out of your team? Maybe you’ve read every leadership and management book out there, but still feel there’s room for improvement?
Are you running your business – or is the business running you?
Here are three reasons why new year’s resolutions fail – and our advice to help make sure yours go the distance.