Sixty per cent of small businesses (SMEs) are planning to recruit more staff over the coming months as we emerge from lockdown.
Major business bodies have this week launched a new supply chain guide in an attempt to address the worsening late payment crisis.
Small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) leaders are optimistic about post-Covid-19 recovery time, suggesting it will take an average of 12 months for their businesses to make up for the lost revenue.
Increasing customer demand and the easing of lockdown restriction produced a rebound in small business activity across nearly all parts of the UK in March, as COVID-19 restrictions eased at the end of the first quarter.
Small business confidence has risen to its highest level since autumn 2014, a major study has revealed.
New initiatives to help SMEs get back on their feet have been launched, with a ‘shop small’ campaign and a new banking service.
Farming and agricultural businesses can now apply for 2021 payments under the new Basic Payment Scheme (BPS), it has been announced.Continue reading
UK businesses are losing 12 per cent of their revenue because they are failing to reclaim VAT, the latest research has revealed.Continue reading
The UK is set for rebound after business and consumer confidence rose to levels on par with those seen prior to the coronavirus pandemic in February 2020, according to the latest research.Continue reading
The Recovery Loan Scheme will help businesses restart and recover from the Covid-19 pandemic, the Government has announced.Continue reading