The Chancellor’s July budget from the all-new, all-Conservative government was disappointing for small businesses. George Osborne described it as ‘a budget for working people’ but not many were impressed. Meanwhile in the dysfunctional world of Euroland the Germans played a game of blink – and lost.
This month Jonathan Owen talks about fairness: the new Competition and Markets Authority, Amazon Reviews, Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank of England’s warning to bankers on Fair and Effective Markets, the Cabinet reshuffle and QR coded Canadian lobsters
We look at the trials and tribulations of supermarket turnover, Aldi’s continued expansion and codes of practice
1172 markets are taking part in LYLM this year, promoting all that’s best about markets and we are delighted to be part of it.
Placemaking demands an understanding of how places can work for everyone, not just those with money to spend.
Quarterbridge is now accredited as a Living Wage employer, joining over 1,000 leading UK employers
The launch of Colchester’s relocated Charter Market in its new home in the High Street.
Quarterbridge has represented Traders, Stallholders and Owners, highlighting inconsistencies and how changes have placed unnecessary administrative burden on Councils.
With bookies’ odds for the election all over the place, the outcome looks the least predictable for decades.