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Contractors and Limited company owners might be interested to learn that the next International Festival for Business 2016 has been confirmed in a bid to promote economic growth.

This year’s International Festival for Business (IFB), which is the first of it kind, is currently half way through its 50-day programme in Liverpool.  The aim of the unique festival is to promote economic growth, rebalance the economy and double UK exports within the next six years.

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A survey from the Business Growth Programme (BGP) has revealed that when it comes to small business owners, such as Limited company contractors, life begins at 50.

New research from the BGP at Cranfield School of Management, has shown that many of the owner-managers of the UK’s fastest growing businesses are 50 years or older.

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There are now more women than ever deciding to choose the life of a contractor.

With increased benefits, such as the opportunity to earn more money and having more flexibility and control, it comes as no surprise to learn that women are realising just how much they can gain from becoming self-employed.

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SJD Accountancy - contractorThe number of graduates choosing the life of a contractor over permanent employment has nearly doubled over the last year, finds recent research.

Over the last 12 months, the number of graduates becoming self-employed – either as a contractor or Limited company owner – has risen by 97%.

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Those looking to start up their own Limited company will be interested to hear that the search for Britain’s best student and graduate entrepreneur has been launched.

The 2014 Enterprise Awards, which was launched by Lloyds Bank on Tuesday 13th May, are open to entrepreneurs currently studying at universities across Britain or who graduated within the past five years and have been trading for more than one year.

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