....We have now been in our new offices for six months. The contrast between day one with eight people all known to each other and now, with a team of fifty plus diverse individuals could not be greater.
Business leaders urge Osborne to address business rates and productivity in Autumn Statement.
George Osborne should take proactive steps towards fixing the ‘productivity puzzle’ and also address business rates in his Autumn Statement, according to business leaders.
Ian Baxter argued that the chancellor needs to address the issue of business rates. He has even gone as far to say they should be scrapped completely.
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Growth Business November 2015