Ten London charities and social enterprise projects have benefited from contactless donations made by Londoners on the Transport for London network and participating retailers in the Penny for London scheme. Supported by the Mayor’s Fund for London, a total of £30,000 has been awarded to the Evening Standard’s Dispossessed Fund, Magic FM’s Cash for Kids, the…
In the Federation of Small Businesses’ (FSB) first budget submission to the new Government it has called on the Chancellor to strengthen the landscape for small businesses and enterprise by continuing to reduce the deficit, stimulate growth and back ambitious small businesses.
The BIO-Based and Biodegradable Industries Association (or BBIA) was registered in May 2015 and has contracted CJAM as its association management company to provide management, membership and administration services.
The Independent Academies Association (IAA) has gone into liquidation citing changes in the academies’educational landscape as one of the causes.
Six UK meetings industry associations have endorsed a plan to promote the Certified Meeting Professionals (CMP) certification among their members.
The members of the NAG and the BJA have voted unanimously in favour of unifying the two trade associations at a London meeting.
A new study released today reveals the economic contribution of standards to the UK economy and businesses.
Newly formed Night Time Industries Association puts out call to its industry and local authorities across the UK
Alan D Miller, Chairman of the recently formed Night Time Industries Association – which brings together bar operators, gig venue owners and especially club promoters and DJ representatives – used a keynote at the Brighton Music Conference this weekend to caution against new regulations and regulatory practices that could hinder the future of what is…
New research from the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) suggests small firms are struggling to protect the identity and ideas at the heart of their businesses. Time and money spent on protecting intellectual property such as patents, branding and product designs takes valuable resources away from business development, potentially putting growth and innovation at risk.
The British Aerosol Manufacturers’ Association (BAMA) has announced the appointment of Mr Patrick Heskins as its new Chief Executive. He will take up post in the late summer 2015. He succeeds Dr John Morris, who is retiring.