With the onslaught of “social media” and every marketing consultant urging you to be Tweeting, Facebooking, Google + ‘ing, LinkingIn and any other social medium they can find to generate more business it is important that good old fashioned face to face networking is not forgotten.
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Irrespective of the size of your business, you are a target for cyber criminals. Last year 74% of small businesses in the UK reported having suffered a security breach.
As we enter 2016 Andy from Chorus direct's your thoughts back to your business and what to look out for in 2016
A recent survey by AXA PPP Healthcare showed that over 60% of small business owners of often make difficult decisions on their own, with 9% claiming they have nobody to turn to for advice.
If you think that Fraud is something that could never happen to your business then it may be time to have a rethink
It’s around this time that many businesses are reviewing final year end forecasts whilst at the same time planning budgets for next year.
The latest figures from the BBA tell the story that Banks want to help small to medium sized businesses.
As a business, blending Sales and Marketing seems an obvious way to streamline your operation.
The topic of IT costs can be quite contentious. There is a general feeling that it’s difficult to effect costs without dropping quality levels. Certain myths have developed around this subject which can be discussed.
The recent data hacking of TalkTalk has once again brought the subject of cyber-crime to the headlines.
Is it really October already? If you’re like me you are wondering where this year has gone. There are probably things that you were planning to do for the business but haven’t got round to doing yet. So take a look at our October checklist to see if you could boost your profits before the Christmas rush.
On September 17th, the Government released an Enterprise Bill aiming to protect businesses from a variety of problems, drive further growth, create more jobs and ‘‘ensure economic security for all.’’
Nearly every business now has a website that cost time and money to design. When yours was built, you probably had a list of objectives that you wanted it to achieve. The question is, is it doing what you set it out to do?
Starting up your business with everything that entails can be a long arduous journey fraught with many pitfalls despite that it could be a brilliant idea.
Last week, Aldermore, the so-called challenger bank, reported their profit had more than doubled in the first quarter of the year.