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What you need for a Startup Business Loan

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It’s all well and good having a dream to set up your own business, but realistically you need the funding to get started. There are a variety of ways to go about getting this money, but a startup loan is by far the most popular. Government schemes of up to £25k can be awarded to …

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4 benefits of buying a business right now

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It’s no secret that economic health has been on the downturn since the start of the pandemic. So why are so many business brokers seeing a huge amount of interest from those wishing to buy a business?

These people are thinking ahead and thinking smart, like a true budding entrepreneur. Here …

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THE FURLOUGH FRAUD PENALTIES VERIFIED BY THE HMRC

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As per studies, the number of false representations has started to rise in recent weeks as the misuse of the Coronavirus Work Retention Program or the furlough scheme is becoming a current government issue. HMRC also revealed the fines that will be levied on employees who conduct furlough fraud. The furlough scheme was placed to …

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Tips For Restaurants To Survice The Pandemic

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The hospitality industry has been hit hard by the pandemic, even outside of lockdown. Customer numbers are down, restaurants are short-staffed, and owners are stressed out trying to keep up with restrictions and measures to keep everyone safe. Here are a few tips to help you survive until you can open as normal …

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Food Manufacturer Bakkavor Creates 250 jobs in Newark

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After months of concern over the impact of COVID-19 on local employment, some good news this week for Newark and Nottinghamshire – as one of the region’s leading employers announces 250 new jobs.

Bakkavor Desserts is currently recruiting in the run up to Christmas, which is traditionally a peak period of food manufacturing …

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EU Veggie ‘Burger’ Ban Challenged Across Europe

The European Parliament’s proposal to ban the use of names such as ‘burger’ and ‘sausage’, as well as descriptive terms such as ‘yoghurt-style’ and ‘cheese alternative’, from being used on vegetarian and vegan products is being widely challenged across Europe, with a petition to stop the ban now exceeding 100,000 signatures

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