What's next for your business?

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Do you remember that dream you had when you first decided to open your business? That reason for opening, that passion and that goal to work towards? Some business never reach that dream goal and sometimes this can be down to inadequate planning and figuring out ‘what’s next’ for you. As time management and planning

What are your business must haves?

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At times, running a small business can be pretty overwhelming. To succeed and grow your business, you need the perfect mix of having great talent and the right technology, all the while making sure you’re flexible and responsive to constant changes. A quick poll of small business owners told us that; 20% thought technology was

How do you plan?

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A few weeks ago 2017 seemed such a long wait, now it’s here and you need to make sure you’ve planned for the year ahead. Sometimes being asked what your business plan is for the next year can be pretty daunting, especially if you’ve just jotted down some bullet points on an old post it

US Election: Have your say

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It’s now a few weeks since Republican Donald Trump won the US presidential election;  a businessman known more recently as a reality TV figure, and with no political background who is now set to become the American president in January. His victory over the democratic candidate Hilary Clinton defied expectations, and has had an immediate impact on the global economy,

Why SMEs don't grow

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According to research produced by Capital Economics*, SMEs are set to see enjoy substantial growth by 2020. They’ll contribute an estimated £1.6bn to the UK economy and cities including Birmingham, Leeds and Brighton will become new hubs for enterprise. So, the future looks rosy. But business growth doesn’t come easily – for continued expansion conditions

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