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British Fashion Council announces KPMG Enterprise as its latest patron

To mark the start of London Fashion Week 2015, KPMG, the professional services firm, has announced that it has become the latest patron of the British Fashion Council (BFC).
As part of the patronage, KPMG’s Enterprise practice, which works with privately-owned businesses from start-up through every stage of their development and growth, will support the [...]

Scrap metal laws to stop metal theft come into force

UK Home Office - 1 October 2013
Rogue traders who buy and sell scrap metal for cash face £5,000 fine under new laws designed to stamp out metal theft.
All scrap metal dealers will need to apply to their local council for a licence to operate under new rules which come into effect today (1 October 2013).
The [...]

Access to Finance Stalls UK’s Business Competitiveness Score

Problems with getting access to finance has been cited as one of the main reasons that Britain’s position in the list of ‘best countries to do business in’ has fallen this year.
The World Economic Forum’s annual global competitive index was released recently and it documents how various countries around the world fare in terms of [...]

Vodafone seals Kabel Deutschland bid

UK telecoms group Vodafone has agreed with the board of Kabel Deutschland to buy the German cable firm for £7.7bn (£6.6bn).
Vodafone Group Plc today announced its intention to acquire Kabel Deutschland Holding AG. The planned transaction values Kabel Deutschland at €87 per share, valuing the company’s equity at approximately €7.7 billion. The transaction is to [...]

Smarter Financing for ambitious SMEs - webinar

Join our live webTV show to get tips and advice on raising capital

Show date
Tuesday 12th March
Show time
12.45 (UK time)

Whether you own an established small business, or a start-up, at some point it is likely that you’ll have to look at the issue of raising capital, so making sure you know who and where to [...]

Would you like to start your own bank?

Over the last few years, the big banks have been taking a bashing from all sides yet have shown little change in their behavior and attitude.The Government is trying to encourage more competition in the banking industry and welcomes more challenger banks.
If we want more banks,  we need people to set them up.  So, how do you set [...]

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