If you employ EU, EEA or Swiss citizens (hereafter referred to as EU citizens) and want to understand how leaving the EU will affect your business and what you can to do to get ready, this information from DEFRA will signpost you to the most up-to-date information.
What you need
citizens can continue to come to the UK for work in 2019 and 2020, after the UK
leaves the EU.
the UK does not reach a deal with the EU before withdrawing from
The number of fast-growing ambitious businesses with leaders hungry for success is increasing across Humber – new insights from the ScaleUp Institute reveal.
There are now 425 companies in the region that meet the definition of scaleup because they have increased turnover or employment by more than 20% annually. Humber scaleups are employing a total of 31,000 staff and their turnover is worth £3.5 billion. This is according to new research by the ScaleUp Institute based on the latest 2017 ONS data.
IPPR North is a charity, and a think tank, with offices in Manchester and Newcastle. They carry out research on a wide range of issues relevant to the north of England and convene national and local decision-makers to discuss public policy. Further information about IPPR North is available at ippr.org/north.
There current research project focuses on the support for small and medium-sized businesses (0-249 employees) in the North. They want to understand the barriers SMEs currently face and how policy at
The Green Alley Award is entering the next round: Right now, circular economy entrepreneurs and start-ups have the opportunity to present their business ideas. Landbell Group, originator of the Founder’s Award, encourages young companies to compete with their technology, service or product.
With the Green Alley Award, Landbell Group created the first European start-up award for the circular economy in 2014. Now founders and start-ups have a chance to present their innovative projects. No later than 25th June, 2019, they can
The Finance For Growth Scheme is part of the Humber Business Growth Hubs #GrowMySME Programme designed to enable small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) to grow.
The business world continually changes and, whilst business owners work hard on daily management, they don’t always have the time to address the key essentials of growth such as business planning, developing strategy or even getting to grips with basic accounts and forecasting. We recognise the barriers our local SMEs face around finance, and we
The ICT For Growth Scheme is part of the Humber Business Growth Hubs #GrowMySME Programme designed to enable small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) to grow.
Globally, information communication technology (ICT) is without doubt the fastest changing aspect and challenge of the business world.
It is hard to keep up with these changes whilst at the same time managing the day-to-day running of your business. ICT can be a key aspect in enhancing business growth and increasing your company’s competitive edge.
The Business Growth Scheme is part of the Humber Business Growth Hubs #GrowMySME Programme designed to enable small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) to grow.
The Business Growth Scheme is a comprehensive package of business support is aimed at enabling small and medium sized businesses (SMEs) in the Humber to grow and become more productive. Whichever stage your business is at, we’ll support you every step of the way.
Running until September 2021, the Business Growth Scheme will give you access to
The Humber Skills Support for the Workforce team are hosting business engagement events at Hull College and Grimsby Institute . As providers of fully funded training it is an opportunity for SMEs to meet the SSW team and other key funding providers in your local area to aid the enhancement and growth of your business.
This event allows networking with fellow regional SMEs and opportunities to talk to advisers from the local Growth Hub and other key funding providers and organisations looking
Breaking down the barriers preventing young people from starting up a business to be the focus of a new government review backed by The Prince’s Trust.
New review aims to investigate obstacles and propose solutions to support enterprising young people from all backgrounds
review forms part of government’s modern Industrial Strategy to ensure the UK remains one of the best places in the world to start and grow a business
Young people looking to start or grow a business are set to receive
A new digital catch certificate service has been launched as part of contingency planning for fish exporters in a no-deal Brexit.
Businesses wanting to export fish to the EU after 29 March 2019 should sign up to the new digital services to make sure they are able to continue trading fish with the EU in the event of no deal.
Leaving the EU with a deal remains the Government’s top priority. This has not changed. However, should the UK leave the EU without a deal, UK exporters will be required to obtain a validated catch certificate for most fish and fish products exported to