According to the CBI a series of above-earnings increases to the UK’s National Minimum Wage have made it one of the highest in the world, exceeded only by France and Australia.
The search for Britain's most enterprising young people is closing soon! The deadline for entering Enterprising Young Brits is Monday 22 October 2007.
New research from entrepreneur think tank, the Tenon Forum, reveals that nearly three quarters (71 per cent) of UK entrepreneurs say that supporting their local community is good for business.
Research published today by PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP shows that further tax system improvements are needed in order to encourage enterprise.
The government has declared that the 'eco-towns' promised by Gordon Brown should include live/work units. This constitutes Whitehall’s biggest endorsement to date of the live/work concept.
The Centre for Women’s Enterprise is to offer a specialist marketing workshop for self employed women in the Coaching and Wellbeing sector.
Women employed at British Embassy in Ankara have been inspired by the success of Enterprising Women in the East of England, and last week hosted a visit by Bev Hurley, CEO of YTKO.
Supplier Diversity Europe’s 2nd Supplier Diversity Day will take place on Wednesday 28th November 2007 at Canary Wharf in London. Attendance will be by invitation.
Minister for the East of England, Barbara Follett MP congratulated the fifty entrepreneurs short-listed last night (12 September) in ‘running the gauntlet’, the East of England Development Agency’s (EEDA) investment competition and education programme.
Reach Your True Potential! A programme of FREE personal development workshops starting in Cambridge on Wed 17th October 07.