Trio of Pop-Ups opening at Birmingham’s LinkStreet

There will be three new retail outlets opening up soon at LinkStreet, which connects Grand Central and the Bullring shopping centre in Birmingham. Property management company Hammersons has signed up Jeweller Summer & Silver to take a init in Link...

Mobile Phone Companies Overcharging Customers After Contracts End

Research suggests Vodafone, EE and Three are continuing to charge customers for the mobile phones they buy as part of a contract, even after the cost of the handset has been paid off. Customers who do not take out a...

HOW DO YOU TRULY FEEL ABOUT APPLE?

Qasim Majid is a technology entrepreneur and the CEO and founder of Wow Zone – a digital marketing agency. He has been in the digital industry for 20 years.  With the recent update to Apple’s iOS, now on version 11,...

UK Inflation At Highest Rate For Five Years

Driven up by increases in transport and food price, the UK's key inflation rate hit its highest for more than five years in September. The Consumer Prices Index (CPI) climbed to 3 per cent, a level it last reached in...

Shell Buys Electric Car Charging Company

Oil and gas giant Shell has bought NewMotion, the owner of one of Europe's largest electric car charging networks. Shell will buy the Dutch firm to complement its plans for fast-charging points on service station forecourts, a step marking a...

Burberry Chair to Speak at the Inaugural Nachural Entrepreneurship Awards

Sir John Peace the chair of Burberry and ex chair of Standard Chartered is the star attraction at the inaugural Nachural Entrepreneurship Awards taking place on the 24th November 2017 at the Kingpower Stadium, Leicester. The Chair of the...

UK Car Sales Fall in September

In a move that one industry body called a “cause for concern”, car sales in the UK fell 9% in September. The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) said new car registrations last month numbered 426,170. From September last year,...

Government’s 10 Year August Low For Borrowing Due To Strong VAT Revenue

Official figures show strong VAT receipts have helped government borrowing to fall to its lowest August level since 2007. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) reported that the government's deficit narrowed to £5.7bn last month, compared with £7bn a year...

UK Retail Sales Grow

Compared with the previous month, retail sales grew in August by 1% with sales of clothing and non-essential items reported as major contributors. Sales volumes were 2.4% higher when compared to last August, according to the figures released by the...

UK Inflation Rises To 2.9%

The UK's inflation rate climbed to its joint highest in more than five years in August with the price of petrol and clothing rising. Figures show UK inflation measured by the Consumer Prices Index rose from 2.6% in July to...