IT equipment investment – a cash flow-friendly process

IT equipment investment - a cash flow-friendly process IT technology and equipment are the tools which enable a business to operate efficiently while reducing its costs. By streamlining existing processes, technology can reduce not only the resources needed to complete a task, but also the related costs of wages and time etc. Whether the solution helps to achieve better communication, overall efficiency, mobility or staffing, technology is vital. As technology continues to develop and [...]

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Your 2014-2015 school budget …

... will it fall short and will you measure up? You may already be allocating your new budget to certain areas – but were you aware that data made public a few years ago showed that a school’s spending may not indicate any increase in grade average or show that the school has improved? “The data shows dramatic variations in spending between schools – and no correlation with their pupils' levels of attainment” (Source: “How [...]

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Turn the lights back on with tax reliefs

Turn the lights back on with tax reliefs It's not surprising that amid all the fears of energy inflation, driven in part by the government's introduction of the carbon price floor last April, 60% of UK businesses are looking hard at ways to improve their energy efficiency this year. And 88% say they are worried about the security of their energy supply. These statistics appear in a recent report from the Major Energy Users’ [...]

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Businesses advised to invest in foreign education – should they also be looking closer to home?

Businesses advised to invest in foreign education – should they also be looking closer to home? The discrepancy between education in the developed and developing world is staggering; according to UNESCO around 57 million children never even start primary school in developing countries. A new campaign by the organisation seeks to address this balance by encouraging businesses from wealthier countries to commit more resources. “Big businesses should make a commitment to give at least [...]

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