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Power of apprenticeships

Harriet Stuchbury, Senior Consultant at LCMB on how SMEs within the FM sector can benefit from the Apprenticeship Levy Transfer scheme We spend up to 90 per cent of our working lives in buildings, so at LCMB, we have made ...

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Places for London pilots new business skills training to help tenants become more sustainable

Places for London – Transport for London’s (TfL) property company – is piloting a new business skills training programme for tenants across its estate as part of its commitment to being a responsible and sustainable landlord. Working with Heart of ...

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Sustainability is ‘very important’ for most SMEs but less than half use a recycling service

New research from waste management firm, Biffa, has found that whilst SMEs are keen to be more sustainable some are struggling to make changes like recycling. The survey of over 1,000 small to medium-sized businesses in the UK revealed 59 ...

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ACE reveals only a fifth of large consultancy clients ask for net zero designs

New figures released by the Association for Consultancy and Engineering (ACE) have revealed that while consultancies are making good progress towards unlocking a net zero future, client demand remains patchy, with only around a fifth (19 per cent) of large ...

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SMEs want to see the removal of tendering barriers for public sector contracts

As Government gears up for tendering reform, new research carried out by tender training platform, Ultimate Tender Coach, has found over 90 per cent of British SMEs think the public sector should be more accommodating and do more to remove ...

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New guide launched to help SMEs adapt to a Net Zero future

The Association for Consultancy and Engineering (ACE) and sister organisation, the Environmental Industries Commission (EIC) have launched a new Net Zero guide targeted at SMEs working in the built environment . Aimed at small and medium sized members of both ...

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