The effect of COVID-19 on businesses has been large, with hundreds of independent companies forced to close their doors.
According to the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor, Britain’s new business owners reached record numbers in 2021.
The pandemic has exposed various issues surrounding the education industry, leading to the sector being on the receiving end of a great deal of scrutiny.
I don’t know about you, but I love this time of year. After a cold winter there are signs of life everywhere.
Chief executive of the British Franchise Association, Pip Wilkins, discusses the organisation’s educational programme for 2022.
The application process to enter this year’s EWiF Awards is now open.
Mark Scott makes reference to the similarities involved in undertaking either of these two momentous actions.
For the hugely successful Home Instead business it's the personal touch and interaction with others that matters, as CEO Martin Jones readily explains
Wouldn’t it be amazing to buy a business – hand over the cash, put in a manager and then do nothing except count your profit? Yes, indeed. It is, however, a totally unrealistic approach to any business.
Swedish pet food franchise, Husse has ambitions to become the UK market leader with an extensive network of franchisees and an already growing product range…