What can we learn from the outcome of the Taylor Review? Here are 6 takeaways to get us started.
Blogs and Articles
Universal Credit will be a disaster for the self-employed. So why are so few people sounding the alarm?
Barely a week goes by without another news story charting the fall of self-employed earnings. But how much do the headlines match reality?
Small businesses don't want sweeping tax cuts and special favours. They want a tax system that is clear, fair and progressive. Here are 5 ideas to get us started.
A new book by Don and Alex Tapscott argues that blockchain could help shake up the sharing economy, push out middlemen, and make micro-entrepreneurs out of all of us. Benedict Dellot explores.
Hidden away in the Budget Red Book were several announcements to satisfy the self-employed
What role can Universities play in fostering creative approaches to enterprise
Entrepreneurship is presented as a way for people to escape poverty and rise from rags to riches. But the truth is that business is still the preserve of the privileged.
Has the US lost its accolade as the most entrepreneurial nation? Not yet, suggests new data.
26th June 2015
The recent RSA research into micro-businesses has highlighted the potential for self-employed individuals and very small companies to be innovators, bringing new ideas to market.