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Six steps to successful networking, by Fiona Duncan Founder/Director of RSViP...

  This month, we catch up with Fiona Duncan, the Founder/Director of RSViP Business Network, who offers some timely advice on successful networking:    Prepare- Most...

Who will you break up with this Valentine’s Day?

By Greg Simpson, founder of Press for Attention PR and Enterprise Nation Champion for Nottingham. It's not you, it's me. We've tried but it just...

Trio of growth hubs unite to offer free advice at business...

Three Growth Hubs from across the Midlands are set to join forces at this year’s Love Business EXPO 2018 to offer free advice and...

Time is running out for landlords to become energy efficient

With the deadline looming before regulations surrounding the Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) are set to change, Savills Lincoln is offering advice to rural landlords...

Employers’ views on Leicestershire business outlook will be published this week

A new survey capturing the views of more than 1,000 employers about the current business landscape in the Leicester and Leicestershire is to be...

Bookings open for region’s digital growth conference

Businesses across Derby, Derbyshire, Nottingham and Nottinghamshire can now register to be part of a free conference to help them grow through the use...

LEP backs Leicestershire businesses by doubling its free workshops

The LLEP Business Gateway, the Growth Hub for Leicester and Leicestershire, is doubling the number of free workshops for businesses this year, due to...

HMRC acts to block 90% of fraudulent ‘tax rebate’ emails

HM Revenue and Customs has stopped thousands of taxpayers from receiving scam text messages, with 90% of the most convincing texts now halted before...

NM Group explores ways to bridge construction skills gap

Filling today’s widening gap in construction skills requires action on a series of fronts, according to new research by Sutton-in-Ashfield-based NM Group. During breakout sessions...

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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NHS is being harmed by tax law changes, says new research

Changes to self-employed tax law have had a seriously damaging effect in the NHS and across the public sector, new research has shown. Undertaken by...

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