Most small businesses now have a social media policy in place but new research finds that there is a significant difference between what managers expect and what employees actually do.
For a successful business, you need a viable business idea, the skills to make it work and the funding. Discover whether your idea has what it takes.
Forming your business correctly is essential to ensure you are protected and you comply with the rules. Learn how to set up your business.
It is likely you will need funding to start your business unless you have your own money. Discover some of the main sources of start up funding.
Businesses and individuals must account for and pay various taxes. Understand your tax obligations and how to file, account and pay any taxes you owe.
Businesses are required to comply with a wide range of business laws. We introduce the main rules and regulations you must comply with.
Learn why business planning is an essential exercise if your business is to start and grow successfully, attract funding or target new markets.
Marketing matters. It drives sales and helps promote your brand and products. Discover how to market your business and reach your target customers.
Some businesses need a high street location whilst others can be run from home. Understand the key factors from cost to location, size to security.
Your employees can your biggest asset. They can also be your biggest challenge. We explain how to recruitment and manage staff successfully.
It is likely your business could not function without some form of IT. Learn how to specify, buy, maintain and secure your business IT.
Kitchin Table allows business women to turn their homes into female co-working spaces and build relationships with other entrepreneurs.
The British Chambers of Commerce is lobbying for better mobile phone coverage across the UK as part of its new campaign, No More Not Spots.
A new report reveals that the recent growth in self-employment has been driven by highly skilled freelancers not the gig economy.
New VAT rules have come into force for online traders and marketplaces aimed at cracking down on tax evasion.
Attitudes to bloggers and social media stars that make money via affiliate links may be changing according to new research.
New research reveals that the average age that Brits decide to set up their own business is 27.
The latest data on employment tribunals from the Ministry of Justice shows that claims have risen 90% year-on-year since fees were abolished in 2017.
Chancellor Philip Hammond announced that he was on the side of small businesses in his Spring Statement, promising action on late payments, boosting funding for SME apprenticeships and bringing forward the next Business Rates revaluation.
A new report has found that half of Brits plan to fund their retirement using their workplace pensions.