WSX News Archive - July 2016

Can reward programs work for smaller businesses?

Traditionally, when we think of reward programs, things like Tesco Clubcard, or Superdrug reward card comes to mind. Being fairly large businesses, it makes sense that these companies have the money and resources available to spend on fancy reward schemes, …

Chatham House Primer: Brexit

At a Chatham House event on 18 July, Professor Sionaidh Douglas-Scott, a European constitutional law expert, outlined the legal requirements needed for the UK to leave the EU (Brexit). She started out by contrasting the UK’s situation with other EU …

Brexit Chatham House

What do you want to celebrate? Funding from The Big Lottery Fund

In a recent Big Lottery Fund survey, six out of ten people* said they have never or cannot remember ever coming together to celebrate with their community. Big Lottery Fund wants to help change this with a new funding programme, …

Big Lottery Fund

Commission sets out further steps against tax avoidance, money laundering and terrorism financing

The European Commission is today putting forward new proposals to tackle terrorist financing, combat money laundering and help stamp out tax avoidance. An updated Anti-Money Laundering Package in May 2015 already set high standards. The Commission is now asking Member …

The European Economic Area (EEA), Switzerland and the North

The European Economic Area was formed in 1994 in order to extend the European Union’s provisions on its internal market to countries in the European Free Trade Area (EFTA). EU legislation relating to the internal market becomes part of the …

WSX Enterprise’s position on Brexit

2 weeks have now passed since the UK’s Referedum on EU membeship. To clarify our position, here is a message from our Chief Executive: In light of the EU referendum outcome, WSX Enterprise would like to offer reassurance regarding both …