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Industry body reports significant surge in enquiries from SMEs looking for finance to grow their business.
Over 200 investors, start ups and entrepreneurs expected at Bristol event aimed at bringing SME ecosystem together.
Latest consultation on HMRC's streamlining of the tax system begins today with plans to relieve 1.3m businesses of the burden of quarterly reporting and digital record keeping
Long awaited details of how the apprenticeship levy will be administered, who pays what, and how employers will exert control finally published.
Local chair of FSB branch confirms business concerns over costs and admin burden of hiring apprentices
FSB report reveals generally positive perception of apprenticeships among small businesses, but much more needs to be done in terms of information and financial resourcing.
Liberis and PwC add their expert opinions to proposals to increase transparency and encourage more competition among banks for SME business
Business groups offer their reactions to CMA recommendations for UK banking reforms
CMA review demands more innovation, transparency and effort from banks, with better technology and greater openness of data sharing crucial to efforts to serve small business customers better
Latest data from Liberis shows SMEs -many in the hospitality sector - are looking to online and alternative finance providers for growth capital
New fund set up to encourage UK small businesses to apply for support finance to explore export opportunities
SME summit seen as evidence of PM's commitment to small business issues but calls for concrete policies to navigate post-Brexit choppy waters
The Bank of England’s decision to cut interest rates by .25 percentage points has received a cautious welcome from small business groups
New Prime Minister Theresa May is seeking to hear the views of the UK small businesses