DIA Europe – Regulator Payers

Who, what, where, when and why are great but you need...

By Greg Simpson, founder of Press for Attention PR and Enterprise Nation Champion for Nottingham. In the final column of this series, covering the vital...

Monitoring personal messages – privacy rights and the law

Jayne Egginton, director of legal services at Qdos Legal Services, discusses a recent case. After much media coverage, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has...

UK trade risk from foreign low carbon competitors

As the UK readies trade talks with the EU, a new report warns key business sectors will have to decarbonise to stay competitive and...

Farmers urged to prepare for next round of woodland funding

Farmers, foresters and landowners are being encouraged to plan ahead for the next round of funding for woodland creation, which opens for applications in...

SMEs more confident than ever in 2018 says new survey

New research shows UK SMEs are more confident than ever in 2018 and 41% plan on using their agility, innovation and strong customer relationships to...

‘You must invest in our roads’, top councillor urges Government

Lincolnshire County Council’s Executive Member for Highways and Transport Richard Davies is calling on the Government put an end to decades of underfunding and...

Addressing risk in uncertain times

Cyber security, product recalls, management liability, currency fluctuations, credit political and security are just some of the issues facing business decision makers in these...

Your guide to moving premises

Neil Armstrong, director of Business Services at independent communications service provider Timico, offers advice on moving premises. They famously say that moving house is one...

Post-Brexit rule change could boost growth, says Local Government Association

Simpler rules regulating how councils buy goods and services after Brexit could boost growth and create jobs, the Local Government Association says today. Council leaders...

Majority of firms are still ignorant of GDPR rules, survey finds

The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport has revealed that less than four in ten firms have heard of the GDPR data protection...

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More Midlands firms consider flexible working option

More than two thirds of middle market businesses in the Midlands and East Anglia are considering new flexible working options for their employees –...

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