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PeoplePerHour.com (http://www.peopleperhour.com/) – Europe’s biggest online business marketplace – has reported a 110 percent rise in mothers looking after children winning work in the digital sector over the past 12 months.

A survey of 1,120 UK small businesses conducted by PeoplePerHour.com found nearly two thirds were optimistic about the UK’s economic future.

A new survey has revealed most SMEs have never even heard of the Government's Enterprise Finance Guarantee scheme.

Figures from business marketplace PeoplePerHour.com have revealed today’s most in-demand skill – the social media consultant.

Online business marketplace – PeoplePerHour.com has published what it claims is one of the most extensive IT surveys to be conducted on the UK small business sector.

Online business marketplace PeoplePerHour.com today published new research that reveals huge overspend by the public sector on external IT services.

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