Cassie Oliver

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The ABC of coping with energy debt

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Electricity and gas are crucial to the day to day running of most small businesses. Get into serious energy debt, and you risk being cut off. With npower’s energy debt ABC, it’s easy to avoid this stressful situation and keep your business running: Maybe you’ve missed a few payments or ignored some letters.  Don’t panic, Read the full post

What goes into your business energy bill?

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We know that you can sometimes be a little surprised by your energy bills, and wonder where some of the costs come from. That’s why we wanted to clearly explain what makes up your bill. Watch this video to find out more about your Business energy. < Like what you’ve seen? Why not join us Read the full post

Web Design on a budget

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A website is a must for any business who wants to attract, reassure and retain customers. But it can be a big investment in cost and time, especially if you engage the services of an agency or a team of expert contractors. Our advice? Think before you sink a lot of your precious time and Read the full post

£288,000 raised for Macmillan!

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2016 has been yet another great year for npower’s volunteering and fundraising efforts. Over the course of the year, npower staff from all areas of the business walked, ran, baked, cycled and crawled to raise money for Macmillan – while others preferred to sponsor colleagues, buy cakes, or donate an hour’s pay from the comfort Read the full post

Not well? Stay home!

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Illness is a huge problem for businesses of all sizes, with staff absence costing UK employers billions of pounds each year. Slogging into work when we feel unwell often feels like the right thing to do, especially in a small business where there are less people to cover the work.  By coming in and soldiering Read the full post

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