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By Adnan Essa | 11 reads
Will early payment fees become the norm for suppliers?
Recently a number of large businesses have been criticised for asking suppliers to pay a fee for having their invoices settled quicker.
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By Adnan Essa | 10 reads
Recession has led to a shift in risk-management behaviour amongst SMEs, according to Zurich
The past five years of economic stagnation and volatility have forced UK SMEs to significantly adapt their attitude and approach to risk.
By Graydon Communications | 5 reads
Cold weather costs small businesses £174 million, says the FSB
The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) estimated that the unseasonably cold weather in March has cost small businesses a total of £174 million.
By Graydon Communications | 238 reads
Retailers will put investment plans on hold following minimum wage increase, according to ACS
The planned increase in minimum wage will deal a blow to local shops according to the Association of Convenience Stores (ACS).
By Graydon Communications | 15 reads
Could peer-to-peer lending replace banks?
Peer-to-peer lending has slowly been gaining in popularity.
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By Adnan Essa | 6 reads
BCC survey finds businesses favour change in Britain’s relationship with EU
Findings from a British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) survey show that British businesses favour re-negotiating the relationship with the European Union.
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By Graydon Communications | 6 reads
Tesco to lose millions as it quits US venture
Tesco is set confirm this week that the company will quits its American venture Fresh and Easy.
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