Small Business news feeds

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.
As big name chain stores such as Maplins and New Look close, new research finds that independent retailers are faring better than their bigger rivals.
The latest research into the health of the UK's small business sector has identified three key challenges that SMEs currently face.
A global survey of entrepreneurs published to mark International Women's Day has found that there is a significant gender difference when it comes to raising finance.
Voom Pitch is back with £1 million worth of prizes up grabs for start-ups and small firms that are looking to grow.
Advertised salaries increased by 1.3% year-on-year in February and job vacancies were up too according to new recruitment data.
Only 8% of UK small businesses have completed preparations ahead of the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) according to a new poll.