The UK economy was stronger than expected in the third quarter - but the momentum is set to slow over the next two years, the British Chambers of Commerce has said.
Seven out of 10 SMEs see cashflow problems as the biggest risk to their business, according to a new survey.
Small businesses in the UK are missing out on work because they are failing to answer their phone calls, and are letting them go through to voicemail instead, according to a new report from telephone answering service, Moneypenny.
Private sector growth remained steady in the three months to November, according to the CBI’s latest Growth Indicator.
Consumer confidence fell "across the board" in November amid continuing concerns about the outlook for the economy, according to new research.
A lack of skilled staff is the biggest challenge facing business owners looking to expand, according to a new survey.
The Autumn Statement will help businesses "in all corners of the UK" to invest with greater confidence in the long term during turbulent times, the CBI has said.
Unemployment fell by 37,000 in the three months to September to 1.6m, while the unemployment rate hit an 11-year low, according to official figures.
The 15th annual EN Entrepreneur of the Year Awards celebrated the region's best and brightest entrepreneurs at the Mere Golf & Spa Resort, Knutsford, on 3 November.
Almost half of firms believe the UK's infrastructure has improved over the past five years, but only a quarter think it will pick up in the next five, according to the 2016 CBI/AECOM Infrastructure Survey.