While Theresa May can’t guarantee the support of the small business community, she can be reassured that its confidence in its own growth is the highest in four years, according to the latest Enterprise Index results from Smith & Williamson, the accountancy, tax and investment management group.
Seeing young people with a spark in their eye become successful, sticking two fingers up to education, and anger at a lack of opportunities for women in tech are just some of the reasons entrepreneurial enablers feel inspired to champion the entrepreneurial cause.
In the Winter 2016/17 issue of Enterprise, Smith & Williamson explores how technology is rewriting the rules of business – from automation and flexible working to DIY professional advice – as well as celebrating scale-up businesses currently making a name for themselves.
Posted on 9th February 2017 in Smith & Williamson.
Businesses large and small have come out in fierce support of migrant workers after President Trump issued an executive order banning migrants and refugees from seven countries.
Posted on 30th January 2017 in General business.
Construction on the a new major convention centre in Wales will start in March, the Celtic Manor Resort and Welsh Government have confirmed.
Posted on 30th January 2017 in Regional News.
One in three exporting small businesses believe their overseas trade will decline as a result of the UK’s departure from the European Union, the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has said.
Posted on 25th January 2017 in General business.
Make 2017 count for your business this year. Whether you are a start-up or an established business Finance Wales can support you with flexible packages ranging from £1000 to over £100k, whatever your business goals are this year. Finance Wales’ funds are for Welsh SMEs only and it has dedicated teams around Wales to offer […]
Posted on 19th January 2017 in Regional News.
Despite being Europe’s youngest capital city, Cardiff certainly doesn’t struggle when it comes to tackling the world’s major cities. In fact, the first Global Cities Talent and Competitiveness Index (GCTCI) by Adecco Group found that the Welsh capital is one of the best cities in the world when it comes to attracting and retaining highly skilled employees.
Posted on 17th January 2017 in Regional News.