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Never to pass up an opportunity to stuff our faces, we have happily munched our way to five of our favourite street food startups in Brighton.
A look at the inspiring (and often bizarre) events leading to the inventions of the Rubix cube, the hula-hoop and other top toys.
CEO and founder of online accounting specialists, Crunch, acknowledged for contributions to Accounting Excellence.
Research has shown that business owners are younger now than previous years when they decided to set up their own business. We take a look.
Self-employed workers were dealt another blow after Chancellor Philip Hammond ditched plans to abolish Class 2 National Insurance on 5th September 2018.
What makes Brighton an exciting place to launch a small business? Is it the sea air, or is it that the city is the creative and digital hub of the South?
Darren Fell, CEO of Crunch, said: "We welcome the government's commitment to adopt the recommendations from the Taylor report. We would however, urge caution that any response does not introduce more red tape, or reduce the ability for entrepreneurs to employ people flexibly."
Half of the self-employed wanted to obtain a better work-life balance but research suggests many are working an additional 14 hours every week.
Universal Credit combines & simplifies many benefits & tax credits into a single payment - but improvements can be made to the programme.
Metallica and Napster have learned to co-exist. But did file-sharing create a race to the bottom for musicians, or liberate them from greedy middle-men?
32.5% of the UK’s workforce are considering moving on – but our study revealed that most will hang on until after January’s payday before giving notice.
A whopping 39% stated that they were considering starting their own business based on the recent success of female leaders, such as Theresa May.