The global economy needs to undergo a broad and far-reaching sustainability transition to overcome the social and environmental challenges mankind is facing. The Paris Agreements and the SDGs provide a roadmap for the journey towards sustainability - and the business community is already making moves in the right direction.
According to Rest Less’s analysis of pay data from ONS, the median annual salary of women working full time in their 50s was 23% less than the median full time salary of men in the same age group, with women in their 60s earning 25 per cent less.
A new study for Women's Entrepreneurship Day 2020 shows that Covid has created a more challenging environment for female-led start-ups
UK entrepreneurship is “in jeopardy” despite hitting a new high pre-pandemic because of gaps in support for people in the early stages of running a business, a leading expert has warned.
MoneySavingExpert.com founder Martin Lewis has warned of the "sinkhole" waiting for many self-employed people in November, when the planned return of the universal credit "minimum income floor" could mean payments are slashed.
The British Business Bank publishes Future Fund data that gives a detailed picture of the 874 companies that have been approved for £875.8m worth of Convertible Loan Agreements since the scheme was launched on 20 May. There have been 1,325 applications in total since the scheme was launched.
Women need immediate action to prevent a "catastrophic" social and economic end to the year as they face bearing the brunt of job losses and business closures, it's been claimed.