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The café that caters for community
The café that caters for community
Karen Tyas is a Penistone girl with a passion for baking that was instilled in her by her grandmother when she was a child.  She’s worked in catering since she was 15 and her ambition was always to own a café and cake shop of her own. 
The small business with a big heart and a wagging tail in Wales
The small business with a big heart and a wagging tail in Wales
When Shelly Redding was out walking her dogs in spring 2014 Rocco, her staffy cross, was stolen from her by a man in the park. Determined to get him back Shelly initiated a campaign using local media and social media which was supported by numerous local dog charities
Fish and chip shop to some, community hub to others
Fish and chip shop to some, community hub to others
Cheeky Monkeys Chippy in Great Wyrley is a relatively new business. Established in the early part of 2016, proprietor Sabrina Ludhera was keen to become an established part of the community.
The shop at the heart of the village and the community it supports
The shop at the heart of the village and the community it supports
The Village Stores in Mickelton is more than a just a convenience store, proprietor Harj Dharsee has made it the hub for the local community - who don’t just pop there for a pint of milk.
SMEs call on party leaders to simplify UK VAT system
SMEs call on party leaders to simplify UK VAT system
Small businesses are calling on party leaders to simplify the UK’s VAT system ahead of the General Election.
The small business with a big heart that helps the homeless
The small business with a big heart that helps the homeless
Our Local Community Business Heart award winner, Phil Anderson Financial, first became involved in charities through Legal and General, when it ran a scheme which donated to the national charity, Shelter, every time a mortgage was arranged. 

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Fraudulent emails most common security breach for SMEs
Fraudulent emails most common security breach for SMEs
Phishing attacks are conning people and companies from all over the world out of significant amounts of money
Business rates relief delays for SMES ahead of snap election
Business rates relief delays for SMES ahead of snap election
Commercial property owners, who were recently hit by a sharp rise in business rates, may not receive rates relief for months
Snap general election: a mixed bag for British businesses
Snap general election: a mixed bag for British businesses
British businesses have had mixed reactions to the Prime Minister’s decision to call a snap general election.
SMEs owed over £44.5bn in late payments
SMEs owed over £44.5bn in late payments
Results from Zurich’s latest SME Risk Index shows that more than half of Britain’s SMEs are owed billions in late payments.
Article 50: what do small businesses want?
Article 50: what do small businesses want?
As Prime Minister Theresa May triggers article 50 and formally starts the process of the UK leaving the European Union, here’s what small businesses want
Spring Budget latest: Hammond’s National Insurance U-turn
Spring Budget latest: Hammond’s National Insurance U-turn
Phillip Hammond admits he broke voters’ trust and abandons recent National Insurance hike
Spring Budget in brief:  Key points for SMEs
Spring Budget in brief: Key points for SMEs
Phillip Hammond delivered his first Spring Budget as chancellor this week, here’s what small businesses need to know…
Inflation and rising business rates could mean £6.8bn hike for SMEs
Inflation and rising business rates could mean £6.8bn hike for SMEs
Stagnant revenues and increased costs could eat into SME profit margins this year
Less than half of small businesses predict growth in 2017 – what can you do?
Less than half of small businesses predict growth in 2017 – what can you do?
Improved trade agreements and a reduction in red tape were among some of the top small business demands
Scotland’s SMEs are leading the way with digital skills
Scotland’s SMEs are leading the way with digital skills
With more online skills and a better understanding of cyber security, the Scots are digital skills leaders.
Bank of England’s chief economist admits errors in Brexit forecasts
Bank of England’s chief economist admits errors in Brexit forecasts
Andrew Haldane admits that the economics profession is in “crisis” after misjudging the dramatic impact of the Brexit vote.
Small businesses braced for Christmas postal strikes
Small businesses braced for Christmas postal strikes
A postal strike during the festive season could damage small business sales at their busiest time of year
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