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Brexit-related exodus of financial services jobs and assets slows down

UK financial services firms are continuing to move jobs and assets to the European Union but at a slower rate, the EY Financial Services Brexit Tracker shows. According to the latest data, 95 … Continue reading “Brexit-related exodus of financial services jobs and assets slows down”


How much is public liability insurance?

Pubic liability costs around £120 a year for a typical UK small business. But since quotes depend on many factors, prices can be very different from one business to the next. Ultimately, the … Continue reading “How much is public liability insurance?”


Women now hold more than a third of UK board positions

The number of women on the boards of the UK’s 350 largest companies has increased by 50% over the last five years, a new report reveals. The final report from the Hampton-Alexander Review … Continue reading “Women now hold more than a third of UK board positions”


Employee listening is the buzzword of 2021: here’s why

The pandemic has changed a lot since it first swept the continents in 2019. Since then, lots of people have been working from home. The result? A complete remote workforce for corporations and … Continue reading “Employee listening is the buzzword of 2021: here’s why”


Eight Tips For Building & Growing A Successful Small Business

Building and growing a small business isn’t easy, and it also doesn’t happen overnight. It is one of the most difficult tasks, requiring considerable effort and a huge amount of time.  Also, the … Continue reading “Eight Tips For Building & Growing A Successful Small Business”


How freelancers can have healthy client relationships

As a freelancer, it’s important you understand that work relies more on relationships than most other jobs. The longer clients stay with you, the more projects you will have to work on, and … Continue reading “How freelancers can have healthy client relationships”


Pubs ask for reopening plan after £7.8bn drop in beer sales

The beer and pub sector has urged the UK government to give a clear timeline and date for when pubs can reopen. It comes after trading restrictions and lockdowns led to a drop … Continue reading “Pubs ask for reopening plan after £7.8bn drop in beer sales”


There’s Still a Place for High Street Retail – Here’s Why

For over a decade, eCommerce has enjoyed a meteoric rise with a rapidly growing number of consumers choosing to shop online. Statista figures show that online sales could double again by 2023, and … Continue reading “There’s Still a Place for High Street Retail – Here’s Why”


Why agility is good for business

While the last 12 months have been devastating for certain sectors and industries, it has also highlighted the need for businesses to be adept and agile at transforming their business model.  Whether it’s … Continue reading “Why agility is good for business”


Why It’s Important to Dress Well for a Video Conference Call

The new normal hit us all like a ton of bricks. Seemingly overnight, the classrooms and offices moved into the virtual space, which was received with open arms by some, but invoked a … Continue reading “Why It’s Important to Dress Well for a Video Conference Call”


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