A look at Small Business Saturday

This is the week for “Small Business Saturday”. More gimmicks are coming up as people across the Atlantic try to make people to spend. However, this campaign goes beyond simply making people to incur expenditure. Started in the US in 2010 by the American Express, the Small Business Saturday is meant to encourage people to […]

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UK SMEs still struggling to find funding

Small businesses in the UK are still suffering from lack of funds at least partially due to lenders’ hesitance in making affordable loans as start-up capital for entrepreneurs in private business. In spite of efforts by the government to incentivise banks and mortgage companies, a large percentage of SME owners have been refused a loan […]

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SME confidence reaches an all time low

According to the statistics for last month, the confidence of small and medium enterprises in the UK has marked a significant decrease and has reached near the record lows. These changes are caused by the instability of the economy in the Eurozone during the summer. The report covers the time between July and September of […]

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British SME’s optimistic for future growth

Despite the fact that there is a lot of economic uncertainty spread throughout the UK, many British businesses are remaining optimistic about their growth prospects in the future. Santander just released survey results that show that on average SME owners expect to be able to increase their revenues by about 88% over the course of […]

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