The British Distillers Alliance (BDA) was formed with the intention of supporting British distillers and other artisanal spirits producers. The WSTA has said it will work with the BDA to provide…
Nathan Stower has been appointed as Chief Executive of the British Air Transport Association (BATA), the trade body representing UK-registered airlines.
CJAM took its marketing and online communications expertise to the UK’s biggest sell-out conference for senior association and membership professionals.
The British Association for Adoption and Fostering (BAAF) has announced that it has closed and that some of its functions have transferred to children’s charity and adoption and fostering agency, Coram, and to a new entity, CoramBAAF Adoption & Fostering Academy.
Six UK meetings industry associations have endorsed a plan to promote the Certified Meeting Professionals (CMP) certification among their members.
Soil Association Certification, the UK’s largest organic certification body, has appointed Martin Sawyer as its new chief executive. Martin brings a strong background in the food industry and is well placed to lead Soil Association Certification through the next phase of its development. The organic market is in strong growth1, exceeding £1.86 billion in 2014 in the UK, and £46 billion in 2013 worldwide, so it’s an exciting time.
The British International Freight Association (BIFA) has engaged Paul Newman in a consultancy role for the trade association’s London East and South East region.
Jules looks at how the UK can help start-ups build on their potential and scale up to the next level.
British business is presently treading a fruitful path. Financial figures from the US reveal that the UK economy – with 2.6% GDP growth in 2014 to the US’s 2.4% – is now the fastest growing amongst developed nations.
With the vast majority of small firms making a profit in the past 12 months, the UK is in gear for speedy start-up successes.
An overwhelming majority of UK businesses are expecting 2015 to be as good as, if not better than, 2014, with just 3% predicting a worse year, according to an economic outlook survey by Silicon Valley Bank.