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Yell Business researchers found that 79% of SMEs achieve profitability in their first year.
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Have a look back at when LSBF interviewed business leaders including Sir Richard Branson and David Blunkett to discuss the economy, employability, and how universities can promote entrepreneurship to students.
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Employment increases for non-UK national workers, with numbers rising by 242,000 to almost 3.5 million within a year. Average earnings in a year also increased by 2.3%, whilst the Jobless rate remains at 5%.
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Scale-Up Expo aims to guide small businesses to overcome 5 key barriers identified in the independent Scale-Up report on UK Economic Growth 2014.
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The Trainline App, which offers features such as live journey updates and one-click refunds, now has a new business profile feature that enables businesses to separate business and leisure travel accounts.
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The report found that 45 per cent of British SMEs use e-commerce and expect 48 per cent of revenues to come from e-commerce over the next 12 months.
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The expansion will provide transport boost for local area helping to link people to business opportunities.
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To answer competency questions to the best of your ability, it is important to consider the STAR method: Situation, Task, Action, Result.
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Businesses in the UK believe Brexit will enable them to enter new markets.
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Organisations in new taskforce including Global Entrepreneurship Week, Enterprise Nation and the Centre for Entrepreneurs represent over a million small organisations and self-employed workers.
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The research found that employees would feel comfortable discussing issues such as depression.
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"Being an entrepreneur is exciting, giving you greater control over your own destiny and often a more direct link between hard work and rewards." - Professor Maurits van Rooijen, Rector and Chief Executive of LSBF
Pursuing a career is now just as likely to involve creating your own business as it is to involve working for somebody else - but what does this mean for...
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