Unless you’ve been living under a rock, there’s a good chance that you’ve come across a term that has dominated I.T. talk in recent years, “the cloud”.
Whether you’re off for your weekly food shop or paying a visit to the local gym, you’ve probably started to notice those little electric vehicle charging points (EV charging) popping up in car parks throughout the UK (normally with a nice parking space close to the entrance!). Apart from the
The UK government have announced a new mandatory Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting (SECR) framework, a decision which is set to have a huge impact on many large businesses throughout the country. The new framework is set to replace their outgoing CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme in April of this year,
With January well underway, business plans are being finalised ahead of what looks to be an interesting trading year to say the least (we’ll not mention the dreaded B word). In a testing market, any advantage, no matter how small, can go a long way.
When was the last time you saw a headline reporting something was getting cheaper or easier for UK businesses? It has certainly been a while. Political, environmental and economic uncertainty are wreaking havoc with business owners’ long-term plans and forcing everyone to hedge their bets with strategic decisions. Brexit’s weakening
According to Accountancy Age, a huge 86% of employers currently recruit apprenticeships, and it is positive to see that 50% intend to hire more apprentices in the next five years than they do now. (Accountancy Age: 2018) What is it that makes the apprenticeship scheme attractive and how could it
It’s that time of year again. Whether you love it or hate it, Black Friday looks here to stay. Black Friday has well and truly invaded the British high street and looks set to become a permanent fixture on our retail calendar.
At Great Annual Savings, we know that energy bills going back months or years (back-bills), can be a concern for our customers. Energy market watchdog Ofgem has introduced some welcome protection for smaller businesses in this area. As of 1 November 2018, the standard licence conditions to microbusiness suppliers have
Chancellor Philip Hammond once again wielded the famous red briefcase on Monday as he announced the government’s Autumn Budget for government spending over coming months and years. Hammond’s third budget in-post and, crucially, the final budget before Brexit’s big news saw the chancellor declare that austerity was ending. Predictably this