by Jasper Martens | 02 Jun 2010
We recently published an interview with Sunderland City Council about the role Twitter and other social media plays within their communication strategy. Since then we've contacted some other councils with the same questions.
by Josh Hall | 28 May 2010
Many property investors do not intend to hold onto their portfolio forever. Indeed, a large proportion of investors buy property with the specific intention of selling it on at a higher price, while others simply see it as a temporary means of generating extra income.
by Jasper Martens | 25 May 2010
As a business owner or new business manager, getting business from bigger companies sounds tempting. Large businesses are often more stable, financially attractive and it pimps your client portfolio as well. However, there are certain advantages if you dare to do business with smaller businesses. But before we bring on the good news, we would like to share one disadvantage as well:
by Amaia Las Heras | 21 May 2010
Businesses looking to save on their energy bills should make sure they have a positive credit score before shopping around, as this is one of the main factors that affect the energy rates they'll be offered by other suppliers.
by Jasper Martens | 19 May 2010
For a few months now our business community on Linkedin has been bustling with business discussions between fellow small business entrepreneurs in the UK. If you’ve missed our group, now is the time to sign-up.
Some members contribute more than others and we’ve selected 5 of these entrepreneurs with an eager sense for business leads or with a good idea. Some of them were employed throughout their career and have just decided to start working for themselves. Check out our 5 most valuable contributors to our Linkedin group.
by Josh Hall | 18 May 2010
In one of its first major policy announcements since coming to power, the new coalition government will present its ‘emergency’ Budget on 22 June.
by Amaia Las Heras | 18 May 2010
Ofgem, the energy industry regulator, warns small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) that not switching their energy providers regularly ("not being active customers") puts them in danger of getting worse deals than those businesses which do.
by Jasper Martens | 17 May 2010
Remember Sunderland City Council during the Election result night? Sunderland was the first to announce the General Election results. This remarkable achievement can’t be seen as a one-off result. The Sunderland City Council communication team not only reaches the public quickly and directly during elections, they are also using online communication tools on a daily basis.
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