Working out who to entrust our money with seems to be a bit of a challenge at the moment
If you reckon winning a government contract could work wonders for your business, it’s probably worth your while checking out the government’s www.supply.2gov.uk website.
Why pit serious, ambitious, worthy, uber-powerful and uber-achieving women politicians against the sexist hyper-blonde stereotype of a woman who never talks
The saga continues. Loyal readers amongst you may remember our blog from the end of last month on a rather awesome letter of complaint that addressed the problem of Virgin’s plane food
From the sub-culture of the sub-culture (providing Twitter can still just about be called a sub-culture) come - TWITTER NECKLACES.
Smarta may be a tad biased considering this story involves one of our lovely sponsors, but we’re more than happy with today’s announcement that RBS are set to make £3bn available to small businesses.
As buses and trains ground to a halt and the yoofs down Smarta’s road prowled for unsuspecting snowball victims
In these times of such technologically advanced snacks as the Kit Kat and – gah! – the caramel Hob Nob, not much thought has given to the humble teacake of late – in the UK at least
For those of you who were there and for those of you who sadly weren't (we wish you were!) here's the link to the photos of our absolutely wonderful launch day and night
Far be it from Smarta to go around kicking people when they’re down, but recent experiences with a certain beleaguered uber-chain
So the Guardian’s current campaign is to expose the tax-avoidance schemes that 20 of the UK’s biggest companies are using to cut costs
Marks & Spencer undercrackers have been in the news again, today. Infamously criticised by Newsnight’s Jeremy Paxman last year for lacking support in the gusset.
The snow is melting, memories of our launch seem too long ago to provide any meaningful memories and a decidedly gloomy mist has enveloped most of the UK
Big congrats to public transport provider Transport for London (TfL), which has clinched Smarta’s Daily Mail Award for Party Pooping after they told all staff they must provide
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