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Richard Robinson, B2B PR Manager for npower, outlines some thoughts on getting your business noticed

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Whether you are a corner shop, a tattoo parlour or a fish and chip shop owner, it’s important to promote your small and medium-sized (SMEs) start-up to prospective customers. And with 40% of registered businesses failing in the first three years of existence, getting noticed is more important than ever. It’s simply not enough to Read the full post

In retail? What are you doing on September 1?

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If you run a retail company you’ll know that the day-to-day pressures of managing your business can make it hard to see the bigger picture. So if at all possible, ink September 1 into your diary (or key into your smart phone) and take time out to be inspired by small and medium-sized business expert, Read the full post

Keep your cool

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Summer energy saving tips When the sun finally came out and temperatures rose for the second week of Wimbledon and the start of the Ashes series, you may have been thankful for your air conditioning. Let’s face it; over the last couple of summers if you didn’t have an air conditioning unit you probably didn’t Read the full post

Do you run an SME business?

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Help us to help you When npower says we put our customers first, we like to put our money where our mouth is. According to the Carbon Trust, good energy management can result in savings of 5% to 25%*, and npower is already sharing our energy-saving know-how with over 10,000 UK businesses. But that’s not Read the full post

Money makes the world go round

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How to keep your cash flow running smoothly Running a business is tough at the best of times, and in most sectors the last five years have been anything but. However, even if the UK is on the verge of an economic upswing, many accountants have warned that the first 18 months of a return Read the full post

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