A Detective Chief Inspector from Nottinghamshire has become the president of the UK’s International Police Association (IPA).
In the first study of its kind since the Big Six energy suppliers pledged more support for small businesses by ending rollover contracts, the FSB has conducted an exclusive survey of over 1,400 of its members to get a clearer picture of small energy for small businesses.
With the heat of British Summer Time on the horizon, the UK Wet Leisure Trade Associations SPATA and BISHTA offer advice for adding some healthy water fun to your garden.
Britain’s top business lobby upgraded its economic growth forecasts for this year and next on Monday and said it expects to see marked improvements in British business investment and productivity.
The International Forecourt Standards Forum (IFSF) has appointed award winning association management company, CJ Association Management (CJAM), to provide a full suite of membership, management and administration services, becoming the latest international association to choose CJAM.
The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) is contacting its members to warn them about the scale of reference fraud directed at small businesses. The FSB and BBC1’s Fake Britain cooperated on a survey of 1,800 small firms, which found nearly one in five (17%) had discovered candidates with fraudulent references.
The ECA has been completely overwhelmed by the strength of responses from its members, and those of partner industry bodies, who may no longer be able to train the next generation of apprentices if proposals under the Government’s Apprenticeship Funding Reform Technical consultation go ahead.
Magpas is pleased to announce that it has joined the Association of Air Ambulances (AAA), which represents the majority of Air Ambulance operations in the UK following meeting the necessary membership criteria and agreeing to abide by the AAA’s Code of Conduct.
The EFA says the appointment of Beatrice Schell is crucial to furthering its key aims of influencing European Union VAT rates and data protection reform.
Ethan Ohs argues that the sector needs to stop looking at themselves like charities and start to operate with commercial principles.