The proportion of small and medium-sized companies (SMEs) in the UK run by women is continuing to grow, with many of the country’s most respected businesswomen now becoming household names in their own right, according to the Business is GREAT Britain campaign.
It’s been an unproven anecdote for many years that chocolate bars are getting smaller, but the price is staying the same (or even getting bigger!). But now, it’s official! Chocolate bars are getting smaller and the price is staying the same…in Australia anyway.
More than half (57%) of British shoppers chose to brave the high street for the bulk of their January sales shopping, rather than online, according to new research.
2015 will be the year of the ‘Fampreneur’, according to new research, which suggests 62% of budding entrepreneurs who plan to go into business with a family member will start their journey this year.
With a few hours left of the ‘Transfer Deadline Day’, Premier League football clubs have spent less in this transfer window than in January 2014, according to new figures from Deloitte.
UK office workers often inflate their salary to impress friends or family, a new survey has found.