UK Business Connections

Portafina Champion The Need For More Awareness of Diabetes

Portafina, a pensions company located in Kent, is paving the way in the efforts to bring more awareness of diabetes and raising money to help fund research into treatments. Diabetes is a chronic illness that over four million people are thought to be affected by within the UK, and it is a subject that is close to home for Portafina’s managing director, Jamie Smith Thompson. Mr. Smith Thompson’s daughter has type one diabetes, so he knows only... [Continue Reading]

The market will be always there tomorrow

If you observe the trading style of other people, you will notice one common thing? Can you tell us what that common thing is? It is not the mistake because it is very common and it is a way of learning. If you are not doing mistakes it will only mean that you are not doing anything. The basic of Forex is learned through trial and error and mistake is expected to happen. The common thing that we want to talk about in this article is their hurry. They... [Continue Reading]

5 Ways UK Businesses Are Using Virtual Offices To Benefit Their Startup Business

Your startup really can benefit from a plan that allows businesses to establish an online format. This can mean wonders for your business in the UK because it eliminates the costs that go along with procuring office space. Furthermore, professionals in some of the UK’s larger cities no longer have to worry about paying exorbitant rents because the virtual office virtually eliminates the physical office. Businesses are no longer confined to... [Continue Reading]

Guide to commercial property insurance

The value of commercial property in the UK has grown by an average 3% a year since the turn of the millennium, according to a report in Finance Monthly on the 12th of February 2018. Commercial property investments currently total an estimated £486 billion and, if you want to expand your portfolio, 2018 may be just the year to do it, says Finance Monthly. The figures help to underscore the considerable sums invested in commercial property. With that... [Continue Reading]

Is BYOD Beneficial for your Business Startup? 

Despite a strained economic and geopolitical climate, UK-based SMEs continue to showcase almost indefatigable confidence. In fact, 65% of small and medium-sized firms in Britain predict growth of up to 40% during the next two years, against the uncertain backdrop of Brexit and a reported shortfall in available funding. Much of this has to do with the technologies and opportunities now available to SMEs, many of which have the potential to minimise... [Continue Reading]