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Houzz Launches Business Management Software

Published on 15/06/2020

Houzz Inc., the online platform for home renovation and design, has announced the launch of Houzz Pro, an all-in-one software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution that aims to help home renovation and design professionals stand out, win more clients, increase profits and stay connected.


FMB: DELAY TO REVERSE CHARGE VAT IS VICTORY FOR COMMON SENSE

Published on 10/06/2020

Following a cross-industry campaign to delay the implementation of reverse charge VAT for construction, led by the Federation of Master Builders (FMB), the government has announced it will be pushed back by five months.


CICV Forum Issues Health and Safety Guidance

Published on 3/06/2020

The Construction Industry Coronavirus (CICV) Forum has issued expanded health and safety guidance to help steer building companies through the crisis and back to work.


CERSAIE 2020 POSTPONED UNTIL NOVEMBER

Published on 28/05/2020

In light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, which continues to negatively impact businesses and individuals around the world, Confindustria Ceramica and EdiCer SpA have decided to postpone Cersaie.


CHAS and Checkatrade Announce New Partnership

Published on 19/05/2020

CHAS, the health & safety accreditation specialist, has signed an agreement with Checkatrade that will see the two organisations work together to help their trade members boost their accredited status and availability for work. 


Government Support for SMEs Key to Housing Recovery, says FMB

Published on 14/05/2020

Government support measures for small to medium-sized (SME) house builders are a welcome start to help boost the housing market's recovery, said the Federation of Master Builders (FMB).


New Guidance to Help Get Back to Work Safely

Published on 12/05/2020

The government has published new ‘COVID-19 secure’ guidelines for UK employers to help them get their businesses back up and running and workplaces operating as safely as possible.



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