Small Business and Entrepreneurship
This section brings together theory and practice on entrepreneurship and starting and running a small business. You may also be interested in our Business & Intellectual Property Centre (BIPC), which offers advice and support to people starting or running their own small business in the London area.
Below are digital reports etc that are part of the MBS Portal. For much more digital and print content, please use the search box, right.
Growing your small business: the role of Business Schools and professional bodies
This report, produced jointly by CMI, CABS, QAA, the Small Business Charter and the Supper Club, explores how UK Business Schools and professional bodies can successfully engage with and support the growth of small and medium enterprises (SMEs), defined as businesses with up to 250 employees.
The entrepreneurial audit: twenty policy ideas to strengthen self-employment and micro businesses in the UK
The number of people in self-employment has grown by 46 percent since 2000 and today stands at 4.
Enterprise bill: impact assessments: summary document
This impact assessment looks at all the measures in the Enterprise Bill and gives an assessment of the impact they will have on business.
A guide to future UK trade negotiations: for mid-sized businesses and SMEs
The UK’s vote to leave the EU means that business faces a prolonged period of uncertainty.
Call for evidence on the case for extending the Groceries Code Adjudicator’s remit in the UK groceries supply chain: Groceries Code Adjudicator Review part 2
This consultation is part two of the Statutory Review and is the call for evidence on the case for extending the Groceries Code Adjudicator’s remit in the UK groceries supply chain.
Statutory review of the Groceries Code Adjudicator: Groceries Code Adjudicator Review part 1
The purpose of the Groceries Code Adjudicator is to monitor and enforce the Groceries Supply Code of Practice.
Business perceptions survey 2016 report: technical report
The Business Perception Survey (BPS) has for nearly 10 years acted as a source of information to illustrate businesses’ views on the extent of regulation in the UK.