The cost of co-working spaces is rising as more start-ups are choosing to work in a flexible and collaborative environment.
Figures from SpareOffice revealed that the most expensive rents for co-working spaces are in cities with a thriving tech sector, indicating that more start-ups are choosing to work in these environments.
The accountancy bonus pot has reached a record high, increasing by £200 million to £2.4 billion in 2015/2016 since the 2014/2015 financial year, according to financial recruitment company Marks Sattin.
Figures showed an increase of £800 million since 2009/2010, when the overall bonus pot stood at £1.6 billion.
More people over the age of 65 are choosing not retire because they enjoy being in work, according to a new survey.
The research, which was carried out by insurance company LV=, found that nine out of ten people aged over 65 are happy to continue working; just one in ten felt that they need to carry on working for the money.
British MPs Iain Duncan Smith and Stephen Kinnock went head-to-head in an EU Referendum debate in Central London on Wednesday night.
The Brexit Business Case Debate took place at the Institute of Directors on Pall Mall in Central London, where Conservative MP for Chingford and Woodford Green Iain Duncan Smith was joined by former Director General of the BCC, John Longworth, both of whom support the 'Leave' campaign. CBI President, Paul Drechsler CBE, sat alongside Labour MP for Aberavon Stephen Kinnock representing the 'Remain' camp.
New research from Vonage has shown the best locations in the UK for entrepreneurs and fledgling companies.
The study shows the survival rate of start-ups since 2014, when over 500,000 new companies were launched. Graduate pools in local areas, broadband speeds and property prices were also looked at in the research.
The British Business Bank has launched the first instalment of a funding scheme to help businesses to grow.
The Help to Grow programme will provide loans of up to £200 million to small businesses to encourage growth and innovation. The first £30 million instalment of the funding has now been made available to growing businesses.
Over 60 per cent of British parents want to set up their own business, according to a survey carried out by the Start Up Loans Company.
The research, which surveyed 2,000 adults aged 18 and over, found that the majority of parents want to quit their current job and start up their own business as it would provide them with a better work-life balance.
Over 50 per cent of business owners say that they will base their decision on whether or not the UK should leave the EU on facts, according to a report by software company Sage.
The report showed that the majority of business owners are not interested in what celebrities or politicians think about the upcoming EU, with 56 per cent saying that facts will have the biggest impact on their decision.
In a live interview with London School of Business and Finance (LSBF), Kath Easthope, Managing Director of Bite Global – an agency which delivers innovative marketing and communications solutions, spoke about how the industry’s landscape has become more exciting to be a part of.
“I personally believe this is the most exciting time to be in communications,” she said. “The whole landscape we work in has changed […]It used to be that you created a client story and got coverage and were measured on the volume of coverage. But we are now competing with everyone.