Business Environment’s Julie Tucker interviewed on London Live
BE’s PR & Marketing Officer, a volunteer Ambassador for Meningitis Research Foundation talks about her family experience of meningitis for Meningitis Awareness Week
Meningitis has been big news in the UK throughout 2014 but
Top tips for new starters at university
University is exciting for many but for most; this is coupled with the intimidating prospect of academia and outstanding intelligence. Surrounded by great academics and professors, the fear of not being smart enough, intuitive enough or...
What can you do to stop being hit by late payments?
Small businesses claim they face job losses because of late payments for their work under the Government’s Green Deal programme.
Tradesmen, such as loft installation fitters and work assessors have provided their services up front for
London business elite invited to Wembley Sleepout in aid of homeless
Youth homeless charity Depaul UK challenge London companies to nominate CEOs and senior management to swap the boardroom for sleeping bags in solidarity with rising numbers of rough sleepers
London business CEOs and senior managers could
World’s Biggest Coffee Morning – Decorate a Doughnut Competition
We’re proud to join in with MacMillan’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning at all of our business centres.
As we have done for the last few years we’ll be running a ‘decorate a doughnut’ competition for
New studies point to growth in Bristol economy
Two Bristol-based accountancy firms have published the findings of separate studies both of which highlight the growing strength of Bristol’s developing economy, an encouraging indicator that Bristol’s economic performance...
Milton Keynes second only to London in attracting international businesses
Over the last year Milton Keynes has become the chosen destination for more international businesses than any other regional city outside of London.
According to a recent report by UK Trade and Investment body, in access of 3,000 jobs have
Reading businesses invited to take part in EU-funded study into self-sufficiency
Reading University and the Netherlands’ Wageningen University will collaborate with community, industry, public and voluntary organisations to encourage them away from grant funding and towards self-sufficiency
The EU-funded ‘Cities
What would an independent Scotland mean for SMEs?
Next week sees D-Day for Scotland when its people vote on whether to become independent from the UK. Some experts say that Scottish-based SMEs could encounter financial challenges if a “yes” vote prevails next Thursday (September 18)....
Stay in the EU, UK’s business community warns
Businesspeople want the UK to remain in the European Union, according to a new survey by Business Environment, the UK’s leading serviced office company. When polled on the country’s policy towards the EU, two-thirds (61.4 per cent) replied...
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