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UK businesses optimistic about overseas expansion

By Dyenamic Solitions - Last updated: Monday, November 5, 2012

UK businesses are optimistic about the prospects for overseas expansion according to accountants BDO.Some 78% of the 100 UK firms surveyed expected revenue from foreign ventures to grow over the next three years. However, firms across the world are shunning eurozone hotspots like Spain and Greece, the same survey indicated. Despite their optimism, almost a […]

Asos sees big increase in online sales

By Dyenamic Solitions - Last updated: Monday, September 24, 2012

The online fashion retailer Asos saw a big increase in demand from US customers- which helped sales to grow 31% in the three months to the end of August.Overall sales increased to £141 million in that period, up from £107.4 million with 65% of the sales increase came from the US. The company said that […]

Companies need bold action to grow survey finds

By Dyenamic Solitions - Last updated: Tuesday, July 3, 2012

The latest survey from the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) finds that while the UK economy remains weak- businesses are growing.Director general John Longworth called for the creation of a national business bank and more infrastructure spending. Bold action is necessary, he said, adding: “Growth cannot wait.” The survey found a further small rise in […]

UK broadband plans will slow online business growth

By Dyenamic Solitions - Last updated: Wednesday, May 9, 2012

A £1.1 billion funding gap means the UK government’s targets for broadband growth are unlikely to be met predicts a report by the London School of Economics.The government claims that it wants 100% access to fast broadband services and 90% access to super fast services by 2015. The Investment in broadband is key for British […]

Facebook’s floatation values company at between £53 billion and £59 billion

By Dyenamic Solitions - Last updated: Friday, May 4, 2012

Facebook has set the share price for its upcoming floatation at between £17.5 ($28) and £21.8 ($35) per share, valuing the company at between £53 billion and £59 billion. The floatation will be the largest ever for an technology company- bigger than Google’s valuation of £14.3 billion in 2004. Facebook is set to list on […]