Cost Of Bank Finance Has Plateaued But Government Must Provide More Support At a debate for entrepreneurs held at this year's MADE Festival, almost three quarters (72%) of attendees said that the use of alternative funding will become more widespread over the next 12 months - with 40% expecting entrepreneurs to use their own pension to support growth in their company.
Two new multi-million Sheffield College buildings offering education and training in growth sectors to boost young people's employment prospects have opened this term.
The first young people have signed up to begin a Chartered Manager Degree Apprenticeship with Sheffield Hallam University and NestlÃ©, a new kind of apprenticeship that leads to a degree, a guaranteed job and membership of the Chartered Management Institute.
Mid-market profit up 110 per cent in last five years as FTSE 100 profits shrink three per cent 50 per cent rise in staff numbers in the UK mid-market since 2010 BDO publishes blueprint to help build a balanced -New Economy The high-performing but overlooked UK mid-market must be at the heart of Government plans to rebalance the economy, according to accountancy and business advisory firm, BDO.
Tuesday 6th October saw our 'Meet the Expert' series begin with a bang! HR Professionals and Directors from across South Yorkshire joined us to learn about pensions and auto-enrolment and for the chance to put their own questions directly to our panel of experts.
Road Safety specialists are offering South Yorkshire residents the chance to take part in free Eco-Driving lessons during November, to improve their road safety and to lower their fuel and vehicle maintenance costs by making small adjustments to their driving style.
Commenting on the European Commission's Single Market Strategy, John Longworth, BCC Director General, said: "The EU single market in services presently exists in name only - to the particular detriment of the UK, Europe's services powerhouse.
Ahead of the Chancellor's Spending Review and Autumn Statement announcement on Wednesday 25 November, the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) is urging the government to fix the deep-rooted structural issues facing the UK economy.
On Friday 13th November, the One Stop Hillsborough store will be hosting a Charity Dinner Dance to raise funds for Paces' Personal Development Centre.