Back in May I was invited as a member of LFIG to a non-political reception for professional women hosted by Ernst and Young. The company, named one of The Times’ Top 50 Employers for Women 2013, has been recognised for
As barrier costs to space continue to fall with increasingly commercial launch options and reduced insurance premiums, the small and medium enterprises in the space sector are set to blast off. The Government rightly identified the growth of the UK
This month IPPR published its Condition of Britain report, a spiritual successor to the 1994 Commission on Social Justice that laid the groundwork for the previous Labour government. Condition of Britain focuses on how Labour can bring about social renewal
Ninety nine percent of businesses in Wales are small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) and the EU plays a major role in supporting these companies by providing funding through a wide range of programmes to help develop a skilled workforce
At a time of high youth unemployment, with more than 1 million young people in the UK still out of work, there is a real need to create apprenticeships and find ways of getting our future generation trained and employed.
It’s not rocket science to say that at the heart of every world class economy there lies a world class education and skills system driving it forward.
With Germany having the lowest unemployment rate within Europe, we should focus on their strengths and examine some of the reasons behind it. In a world of high youth unemployment, where the supply of skilled labour often fails to match