Business creation grows in every region of the UK

Each region of the UK posted an increase in the amount of businesses within the £2.5 million to £100 million revenue band during the last year, new figures show.

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Utilising his experience of building a number of businesses, the government has again turned to Lord Young for advice – this time on how to bring entrepreneurship into education.

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Is it possible to nurture entrepreneurial skills within a large accountancy firm? 

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