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Claire Payne

About Claire Payne

Claire Payne is a journalism graduate and former News Writer for LSBF. She writes about SMEs, education and careers, entrepreneurship, women in business and sustainability.

Apprenticeships help to boost career prospects, research shows

Over three quarters of young people believe that apprenticeships help to improve skills and boost their career prospects, according to…

Entrepreneurs are happier than full-time workers, according to research

Research from employee engagement company Personal Group has found that entrepreneurs in the UK feel happier and more motivated than…

Research shows connection between training opportunities and job satisfaction

New research from training platform Course Library has shown a strong connection between training and development opportunities and job satisfaction.…

Research shows increase in asset-based finance to businesses

Research from the Asset Based Finance Association (ABFA) has shown that asset-based finance to businesses in the UK has reached…

Confidence among UK’s private sector firms recovers to strongest level

Business confidence in the UK’s private sector has recovered to its strongest level since the middle of 2015, according to…

SMEs benefited from drop in pound, PayPal data shows

Small and medium-sized businesses benefitted from the drop in the pound in 2016, according to data from PayPal. The online…

Vodafone to launch world’s largest programme to recruit women

Vodafone is to launch the world’s largest programme to help women who have taken a career break to get back…

WeWork searching for start-ups for its London-based programme

US-based workspace provider WeWork is searching for start-ups in London to take part in the company’s UK WeWork Labs programme.…

SEO link building: 5 must reads

In an ever-increasing digital world, search engine optimisation is becoming more and more important when it comes to getting your…

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