There is no universally accepted definition of a “small or medium-sized enterprise (SME).

However, the Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform (BIS) and the European Union (EU) define a small enterprise as one with fewer than 50 employees and a medium-sized enterprise as one with at least 50 but fewer than 250 employees.

Large enterprises have 250 or more employees.

Round table debate: How does talent management in SMEs compare to larger businesses?

5 Jul 2011

Getting the right people on board and boosting their development is a challenge for organisations of any size in the...

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Freelancers key to SME growth

20 Jan 2011

More than half (52%) of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) believe that freelancers are key to their stability and growth.This...

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