A new study predicts that the four-hour working day will be the norm within 30 years as technology revolutionises the way we do business.
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Market your business online - from your website to social networking, advertising, search engine optimisation, email marketing and more.
The basics you need to know about raising your business profile through advertising, and how to make sure your campaigns are successful.
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Start here - find out how attending and displaying at exhibitions and events can benefit your business, and learn how to build your network.
The UK's leading freelancer body has described the low levels of pensions saving by self-employed Brits as a "ticking time bomb".
Small businesses contributed £1.9 trillion to the UK economy this year, according to new Government figures.
The planning system in England is more "complex, costly and difficult" for business than it was five years ago, according to a new report from the British Chambers of Commerce.
Many employers are keen to reward staff with bonuses - especially at Christmas - but less than one in ten have taken advantage of Government rules that allow them to make tax-exempt awards.
Almost one third of office workers expect to log on to work and check emails on Christmas Day this year, according to a new survey.
The gender pay gap in SME-dominated industries has fallen from 22% to 13% in the past decade - twice as fast as the national rate.
A new survey has found that London is still overwhelmingly viewed as Europe's start-up and innovation hub - both by Londoners and Europeans.
The number of mergers and acquisitions of young enterprises is at a record high according to data from the latest Barclays Entrepreneurs Index.
As new legislation requires companies to report their payment policies and practice, new research finds that late payment is still widespread.