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Government bins business red tape

Business will be freed from the burden of red tape under a package of sweeping reforms to regulation, it was announced today. In a speech to the Federation of Small Businesses in Liverpool, Mark Prisk revealed Business Secretary Vince Cable’s plans for a range of...

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£100M INVESTMENT IN SKILLS TO DRIVE GROWTH

Growth and Innovation Fund will boost investment in training and help businesses grow Secretary of State for Business, Vince Cable, and Minister for Skills, John Hayes, today launched a £50 million a year fund to help businesses develop the skills they need to drive...

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BFC MEMBERSHIP BOOSTED BY GARDEN FURNITURE ASSOCIATION LOFA

LOFA, the Leisure and Outdoor Furniture Association, is the latest trade association within the furniture industry to join forces with the furniture’s industry’s political lobbying group, the British Furniture Confederation (BFC). Martin Jourdan, chairman of the BFC...

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INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND THE 2011 BUDGET

At last SME’s recognised as being in need of improvements in IP support. ACID welcomes George Osborne’s statement in the 2011 Budget that it will set out a five-year international approach to intellectual property. Good news for SME’s is a commitment on behalf of the...

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BFC WELCOMES GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENT CHANGES

The changes include seeking to eliminate Pre-Qualification Questionnaires for all central government procurements under £100,000 and allowing firms to submit their prequalification data once for all procurements in common commodities. This will put an end to companies...

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ACID LINKS UP WITH BFC

ACID (Anti Copying in Design), the organisation committed to protecting intellectual property rights, is joining forces with the furniture’s industry’s political lobbying group, the British Furniture Confederation (BFC) as an associate member. Martin Jourdan, chairman...

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