Hot off the press! George Osborne has just announced the Employment Allowance – meaning savings of up to £2k per year for charities and SMEs that have employees on their payroll.
Virgin America’s new in-flight safety video is taking the internet by storm. What happens when you take a notion as old as time – chic air hostesses – and mix it up with the robot dance, a kid rapper and a tasty R’n’B-licious groove? Perked-up ears in place of snoring, that’s what.
Ever been watching a film, and there’s a scene set on a battleship in which a huge robot gun shoots down an enemy plane? Well, that ain’t science fiction folks. Continue reading Do Androids Dream Of Machine Guns? Florrie Vincent Investigates
Today sees the second of the Lord Young’s reports in his capacity as the Prime Minister’s advisor on small business and enterprise. And we’re all over it. Whilst the first one (published May 2012) centred more on the trials and tribulations of setting up a business – as well as what could be done to make it easier for all involved– the second focusses more on growing a business. Buckle up; we’re giving you a whistle-stop tour of the key points, and what they’ll mean for you hearty, glorious entrepreneurs. Continue reading Lord Young’s Report May 2013: 5 Things Every Entrepreneur Needs To Know
George Osborne’s 2013 budget was announced on Wednesday, only slightly overshadowed by the fact that he’d joined Twitter. Once the bellowing, Evening-Standard-ing and ‘briefcase wankering’ had died down, what was left for start-ups and SME’s?
How do you stand on your business legislation changes from 2012-2013? We thought as much. Lucky for you, we spent Christmas poring over official government documents. Merry us. Continue reading Business in 2013: 8 pieces of new legislation you need to know
The Diplomatic Courier and Young Professionals in Foreign Policy released the 2012 “99 Under 33”, which is an international list recognizing the most influential foreign policy leaders under the age of 33.