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Two new surveys reveal the concerns that are stopping would-be entrepreneurs from starting their own enterprise as the cost of doing business soars.
Over two million of the UK's smallest businesses believe reducing their own carbon emissions "will not make a significant difference to climate change" according to a new survey.
New research has found that the majority of employers, employees and recruiters expect that a four-day week will be in place in just eight years for most workers.
The UK government's Help to Grow: Digital scheme has been expanded to businesses with at least one employee; as a result, up to 1.2 million small firms can now get discounts on the latest digital technology.
A new survey of small business owners has found that seven in ten remain confident about their prospects in spite of rapidly rising prices and hiring challenges.
iwoca, one of Europe's largest small business lenders, is today announcing that it is more than doubling the maximum size of its core lending product, Flexi-Loan, allowing small business owners to access up to £500,000.
A new report has found that many small businesses in the UK are having to pay higher insurance premiums for less generous cover.
The temporary capital investment tax super-deduction has had a “positive and measurable” impact on business investment and should be made permanent, according to research by the Institute of Directors.
New research has found that as many as 85% of UK workers want to start their own business one day and many believe a side hustle is the first step.

Almost a quarter of UK business leaders are worried that their company may not survive this financial year due to the cost of living crisis.