Working away from the office is slowly but surely gaining acceptance among small business owners according to a recent survey from YouGov and Citrix.
A Yorkshire and Humber corporate travel management company has become the latest sponsor for the South Yorkshire International Trade Centre (SYITC).
Commenting on the interest rate decision, announced today by the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee, David Kern, Chief Economist at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) said: -The decision to maintain the status quo was both unsurprising and correct.
Lupton Fawcett Lee & Priestley, the Leeds and Sheffield based commercial law firm, is holding a free seminar to provide local commercial property specialists with an update on current commercial property case law.
Sheffield's Taylor&Emmet LLP is promoting three members of its family law department to reward their contribution to the firm's growth and development.
Gripple Limited, the Sheffield-based employee-owned manufacturer which has achieved national and world-beating success, has a new managing director whose focus will be on mirroring and advancing the company's proven strengths - accessible leadership, dynamic vision and continuous innovation across the business.
In an unexpected but welcome development Microsoft have recently announced that they are allowing Charities of all sizes to benefit from their premier Office 365 cloud offering for FREE! The additional features offered as part of this service include: Hosted Exchange Allow Microsoft to host your emails, and take advantage of unlimited shared contacts, calendars and mailboxes Skydrive Pro A central place to access and edit documents and business information from virtually anywhere Office Web Apps Access Word, PowerPoint and Excel with an internet browser to allow you to work across multiple devices (including smartphones).
Lawyer Urges Government To Listen To Needs Of Smaller Firms Legal experts at law firm Irwin Mitchell in Sheffield have welcomed the announcement by business minister Jo Swinson to reduce the amount of information firms have to submit to the government, but they have urged the Government to use the opportunity to listen carefully to the needs of SMEs.