Latest accounts from British Business Bank reveal more lending to small buisnesses, through a greater range of channels than before, with the rate of return increasing to 2%
Bank of England survey offers a snapshot of UK businesses, with immediate post-Brexit impact not as bad as first thought.
Latest British Business Bank effort to extend more funding to SMEs via commercial finance lenders makes its debut with £16.5m funneled through asset finance lender Kingsway
Stephen Hodges, chief executive of Close Brothers Banking Division, explains why small businesses must keep calm and carry on
Brexit unsurprisingly dents SMEs confidence as currency hedging goes wild on morning after referendum; while most small businesses either unhappy or unsure about Brexit's impact
Emma Jones will serve as a Crown Representative for small business, promoting SME issues and concerns within government, with strong focus on reaching SME procurement target.
FSB will launch its new export report for SMEs today, with focus on improving access to markets and beefing up government support
Two studies reveal the growing threat of cyber crime to businesses of all sizes, with a worrying digital skills gap emerging
Government shakeup leaves new business secretary Greg Clark overseeing beefed up department while training, skills and FE moves to Education
Research highlights a lack of understanding of employee rights and pension rules
One of the UK's leading commercial finance providers partners with HSBC to boost available funding for European SMEs
Business, Innovation and Skills Committee hears from British Business Bank and FCA on efforts to develop SME understanding of available finance option as well as how crowdfunding will be regulated going forward.
John Lewis-owned food retailer announces commitment to improve terms for its smallest suppliers, promising payment with 7 days
Nine in ten small businesses and start-ups are vulnerable to cyber-attacks, loss of customer and business data and other IT risks which could threaten the loss of entire companies
OU comes out in support of any measures to encourage small businesses to invest in training and development in order to improve the UK's persistently poor productivity performance