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Could more gov’t spending aid print?

In his speech at the Conservative conference last week, chancellor Philip Hammond said he plans to treat investment spending differently to day-to-day spending. He is aiming to plough more into infrastructure, technology and innovation and said it was “common sense” to invest in supporting growth and jobs.

Freed-up funds ensure wheels keep turning

"We would never have considered it 10 years ago, or even five years ago.” This single sentence from Linney Group managing director Miles Linney sums up just how much things have changed in the receivables finance game.

Jennings leads MBO at Macro Art

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  • Thursday, June 19, 2014
St Neots-based wide-format printer Macro Art has been sold via a management buy-out (MBO) led by managing director James Jennings and backed by YFM Equity Partners.

Scanlon highlights HMRC late payment in letter to FT

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  • Thursday, October 17, 2013
Wyndeham Group chairman Mark Scanlon has taken Prime Minister David Cameron to task over his recent comments about late payment, citing failings by one of the government's own departments in a letter to today's Financial Times.

Roland launches wide-format rental scheme

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  • Wednesday, October 16, 2013
Roland DG UK has launched an equipment rental programme that will allow SMEs, start-ups and other businesses to move into wide-format printing by renting a device for a one, two or three year period.

Late payments subject of parliamentary inquiry

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  • Thursday, April 18, 2013
The Forum of Private Business (FPB) will be among a raft of business and industry representatives giving evidence at a cross party meeting next week examining the impact of late payment on SMEs.

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