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Details of BIS secretary's address to business leaders reveals single market access the priority, as well global outreach effort to reassure foreign investors
The high cost of fixed infrastructure is driving more small businesses to adopt remote, non office-based working practices
Business secretary holds emergency summit aimed at reassuring business leaders that a plan exists to navigate through Brexit-led turmoil
Fund set up to invest in small business lending reports solid returns and continued interest from investors
Small businesses concerned over implications of Brexit while trade bodies aim for reassurance and calm
British Chambers head calls for calm reflection in the wake of shock Brexit victory - encouraging politicians to focus on real concerns and ignore Westminster in-fighting
Strong and calm leadership from the government, working with the Bank of England, is need to shore up confidence and stability in the economy post-Brexit
Big Four accountancy firm recognises need for analytics capability in small businesses and launches new Propel service
Marketing remains a key priority for small businesses, but measuring its effectiveness is still a key challenge.
Business secretary on the front foot, encouraging smaller firms to look overseas for export opportunities.
ABFA highlights further growth in popularity of asset based lending as bank lending remains sluggish
UK SMEs are being caught out by rising and unforeseen set-up costs, with accountancy fees in particular a source of concern.
Survey suggests micro business accept requests for unpaid work as a cost of doing business
EIB becomes latest large lender to use Funding Circle platform to increase access to finance for small firms
Senior figures from business, academia and government come together in London to look at ways to help businesses - and employees - develop the right skills across the workforce.