Tag: business



3 Reasons London is Still at the Heart of Investors and Businesses

3 reasons london is still at the heart of investors and businesses
Posted on 27 May, 2016 by Chris Grigorovsky under Commercial Developments, Economy, Industry News

London. That magical city which sits so proudly at the epicentre of the nation. For Britons, it is a place that shows the best of what they have to offer the world for economy and culture. While people overseas look at it as a fascinating city steeped in... Read More

SMEs, Charities and Fintech firm’s accounts affected by Banks red tape

SMEs charities and Fintech firms accounts affected by Banks red tape
Posted on 26 May, 2016 by Steph Cowie under Business News, Economy

According to a recent report by the Financial Conduct Authority, small businesses, charities and fintech firm’s accounts are being cut by banks, in order to ease the cost of regulatory compliance and anti-money laundering controls. With the ever... Read More

Tata Steel’s UK Business Gets One Step Closer to Finding New Owner

Tata steel's UK business gets one step closer to finding new owner
Posted on 23 May, 2016 by Chris Grigorovsky under Business News

The board of Tata Steel Europe has announced it has advanced seven expressions of interest for its UK business to the next stage of the sale process. It is known that Tata Steel Europe’s primary intention is to ensure that the interested parties are... Read More

Workplace Negatively Effects One in Three Worker’s Mental Health

Workplace negatively effects one in three workers mental health
Posted on 20 May, 2016 by Chris Grigorovsky under Business News

There are a reported 1 in 4 people in the UK experiencing mental health issues every year and that number keeps on growing. It can take many forms, with the two most common being anxiety and depression. However, there are people out there who are either... Read More

Brexit Could Push UK back into Recession Warns Alistair Darling

How would the commercial property sector be affected by Brexit
Posted on 19 May, 2016 by Chris Grigorovsky under Business News, Economy

Former Labour Chancellor, Alistair Darling, has said that if the UK were to leave the EU, it would have a negative impact on the economy and be “disastrous” for living standards of working people. At a dinner of the CBI, Mr Darling said in a... Read More

Are Shop Amalgamations the Saviour of Retail?

Are shop amalgamations the saviour of retail
Posted on 18 May, 2016 by Chris Grigorovsky under Business News, Economy

The retail sector has experienced its share of fall backs over the past month. One of the most prominent establishments on the UK high street, BHS, received a major blow after it entered into administration at the end of April. This was then followed by... Read More

West Midlands One of Biggest Sufferers of Empty Shops

Vast increase of short term outlet vacancy rates in UK
Posted on by Chris Grigorovsky under Business News, Economy

New figures from the Local Data Company (LDC) have found that the West Midlands is still one of the worst affected regions in England for empty shops. The region currently has three towns in the top 10 list of areas with the highest percentage of... Read More

Over 800 HSBC Jobs Cut as Birmingham Move Gets Ever Closer

HSBC launches £10 billion lending fund
Posted on 17 May, 2016 by Chris Grigorovsky under Business News, Economy

With HSBC set to make Birmingham the home of its UK retail services, it has since begun laying off 840 of its IT staff. The first phase of restructuring, which aims to cut 8,000 jobs in the UK by the end of 2017, will see Sheffield suffer the most,... Read More

Is Cambridge the Right Place for your Business?

Is cambridge the right place for your business?
Posted on 16 May, 2016 by Chris Grigorovsky under Business News, Economy

Summer is upon us. A wondrous time where, for five minutes a year, Britons everywhere are exposed to that yellow warm ball in the sky. The mood of the nation is lifted, which is the perfect time to be productive and make a change. For businesses looking to... Read More

Rural Areas Suffered Most from Bank Branch Closures

Rural Areas Suffered Most from Bank Branch Closures
Posted on 13 May, 2016 by Chris Grigorovsky under Business News, Economy

Figures found by the BBC have revealed that over 600 bank branches across Britain in the past year have seen closures, with rural areas being the most affected. It was found that parts of Scotland, Wales and South West England, between April 2015 and... Read More