A new app has been released to improve communications between small businesses and to help them stay on top of regulatory developments.
The third annual Small Business Saturday is set to take place this year on 5th December, with added events to take place before hand in order to promote the celebration.
Financial technology firms TransferWise and Xero have collaborated to ensure that SMEs no longer have to pay hidden charges on foreign currency invoices.
Ukip’s head of candidates David Soutter is rumoured to have sent an email to party supporters and representatives asking them to create a letter which would declare UKIP as a champion for small businesses.
A research poll from the FSB shockingly reveals that around 45,000 firms last year were still using a dial up connection to access the internet, which has caused chairman Mike Cherry to call for government action.
FreeAgent, a cloud accountancy firm, has gained $5m in debt finance in order to bankroll its nationwide marketing campaign.
Scottish SMEs are getting a boost from the country’s first crowdfunding platform, which has raised nearly £1m in just six months.
All across Britain, small businesses are being encouraged to think big by building their overseas empires. But where should they start?
Non-traditional routes to business finance are fast becoming the norm. This infographic from CurrencyFair explains the main sources available, as well as the payment trends that are changing the business landscape.
SME Insider will be back in full swing on Monday 5th January, but for the next two weeks we’re turning our attention to mince pies and honing our Christmas wish lists. We hope you’ve had a fantastic year and we look forward to catching up in 2015!