all businesses is planning to expand in 2010, according to new research by Hiscox.
Highlighting the level of renewed confidence among Europe's entrepreneurs, the study also revealed that two-thirds (63 per cent) of these businesses are planning to go for growth during the second half of the year.
More than half (53 per cent) of those questioned in the UK, Germany, France and the Netherlands were also of the opinion that 2010 is a good year to start up a small business.
"It's a great sign that Europe's entrepreneurs believe they are now in a sound financial position and well placed for growth in the second half of 2010, despite being more risk averse," commented Hiscox's small business expert Alan Thomas.
However, he warned that government bureaucracy threatens "the entrepreneurial spirit" of these businesses and called for more to be done to aid their expansion.
The Institute of Directors recently put pressure on the government to cut red tape, which is costing businesses more than £80 billion a year.…
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hical and time line position between East and West the region has a good physical position for trading links.
Dubai is in a period of rapid expansion companies are given incentives to set up offices there and the worlds major companies already have established themselves. Mindful oil reserves are finite the ruler has guided the region on a path of creating a new revenue stream for the region.
Recruitment is a key challenge with the the indigenous population accounts for just 0.5% of the workforce the balance will be drawn from outside the United Arab Emirates.
This situation has created a strong Recruitment agency industry scouring candidates to fill the increasing number of vacancies. Companies are very aware they need to attract the best candidates from around the world no doubt they will aim for a balance between agency and direct hires.
With recruitment crucial to the regions success the Onrec conference will look at the issues from both recruiters and companies. where to look for candidates outside the UAE and how to make sure they get the best candidate experience whilst maintaining corporate identity and employer branding.
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ring outsourcing recruitment agency timesheet management with the view to focusing on placing candidates in Scotland may be interested in the latest statistics on the health of the region's employment.
According to the Bank of Scotland Labour Market Barometer, the number of candidates seeking permanent employment in the Scottish labour market increased for the 26th consecutive month during May.
Scottish recruiters reported another rise in the number of candidates placed in permanent jobs despite employment and pay rising at slower rates, pushing the barometer from 54.3 to 52.3.
Despite the index remaining above the 50 "no-change" threshold, it was far below the UK-wide indicator, which was 56.4, and Donald MacRae, chief economist at the Bank of Scotland, was optimistic about the future.
He said: "This month's increase in appointments in both permanent and temporary jobs, as well as the rise in the number of vacancies available, is a sign that the Scottish labour market is in recovery."
Outsourcing back office solutions to an agency is an ideal way to free up valuable time to focus on business expansion.…