The Red Arrows: A real and lasting boost to economic prosperity...

James Pinchbeck, Marketing Partner at Streets Chartered Accountants discusses the importance of the Red Arrows. The significant contribution the Red Arrows make to the UK...

Should UK companies invest in AI?

It isn’t hard to see that artificial intelligence (AI) technology is becoming more and more prevalent in our everyday lives, even though industry experts...

Changes to IR35 rules threaten sole traders, warns FSB

Government changes to the rules governing the IR35 rules – known as 'off payroll' – could damage the employability of a quarter of a...

Nottingham entrepreneur acquires fifth nursery

A Nottingham entrepreneur has added another major nursery to his growing portfolio following an acquisition supported by Pattersons Commercial Law. Simon Johnson, who owns four...

Which Business Network is Right for You? by Fiona Duncan-Steer, founder...

Fiona Duncan-Steer, founder of RSViP Business Networking Agency, helps you choose the perfect business network for you. I was recently invited to take part in...

New contract to see Formula 1® race at Silverstone for the...

The Formula 1® British Grand Prix will continue to be held at Silverstone until at least the end of 2024, say Silverstone and the...

East Midlands universities launch £7.1m programme to enhance productivity for local...

Small businesses in Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire will be able to access free productivity support as a result of a new £7.1m programme being run...

Notts County given further extension to settle HMRC debt as takeover...

Notts County have this morning been granted a further extension by the High Court in order to settle their debt to HMRC. The Magpies’ case...

Streets golf day secures hole in one for Air Ambulance

Lincoln based Streets Chartered Accountants, a top 40 accountancy practice, hosted their eighth annual Charity Golf Day last week raising £7,256 for the Air...

Derby business owner “able to relax” after selling company

A Derby business owner has sold the company which had been in his family since 1954. And Duncan Parker has praised the help of members...

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