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Businesses warn Chancellor business rates have reached a "tipping point"
Former unicorn VE Interactive sold for £2m
Government quietly scraps tax breaks for micro-entrepreneurs days after they kick in
(This Is Money)
Record number of small firms are missing their auto-enrolment deadline
Gig economy firms such as Uber and Deliveroo 'are free-riding on welfare state'
(Tech City News on new Work and Pensions Committee report)
My business partner and I are political opposites: it makes us stronger
(Neil Robertson, chief executive, Compleat Software)
The fall in small business investment via the Enterprise Investment Scheme matters to us all
(Claire Madden, managing partner, Connection Capital)
Why hackathons are the best business bootcamps
(Krish Ramineni, co-founder, Fireflies.ai)
Theresa May should think of the Surinders of this world when she wants our votes
(Rohan Silva, co-founder, Second Home)
Demo day? Don't
(Gil Dibner, Israeli & European VC)
Innovators leading a regional revival in the north-west England
From £605 startup costs and an old Scrabble board to £1m turnover
Designing for disability: the businesses breaking down barriers
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