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We still have places on the Building Legacies programme!

If your business operates within a London Borough, there is still time to sign-up to our COMPLETELY FREE business support programme. Our team has developed an innovative service for SMEs / SMMEs, predominantly (but not exclusively) in construction, digital/creative and the care-related sector to enable them to become “fitter-to- supply”, providing tailored solutions through workshops,…
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This Week In Business

Good news came for small, medium and micro enterprises (SMMEs) in the technology sector this week as London’s status as the tech centre of the UK was confirmed. In the latest UK Tech Innovation Index, London is leading by a mile, scoring more than seven times higher than the second-placed city, Edinburgh. The data shows…
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Building Legacies event welcomes Sir Robin Wales and East London SMMEs

On Tuesday the 25th July, Building Legacies hosted its Summer Networking Event, the latest in our quarterly networking events which attract small businesses from across East London. We welcomed more than seventy small, medium and micro enterprises (SMMEs) in sectors ranging from consulting to carpentry and media production to marketing, meeting at the Good Hotel…
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This Week in Business

Results are in for the performance of the UK’s economy in the three months leading up to March, and it is good news as far as the labour market across the country is concerned. Yesterday, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) revealed that the UK unemployment rate is currently holding steady at 4.7%. This means…
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This week in business

It’s been a mixed bag in terms of business announcements, with new challenges and opportunities on the horizon for SMMEs and London-based businesses in particular. Investment bank JPMorgan upgraded its growth forecast for the UK economy in 2017 after a stronger-than-expected start to the year. Many businesses’ initial anxieties over Brexit seem to have been…
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