by Josh Hall | 13 Apr 2010
Marketing activities can make or break a small business. The way in which you market your firm is key to your success; well thought out, properly executed campaigns can help to ensure that your venture fulfils its potential, while poor or non-existent marketing can destroy any chance of success.
by Josh Hall | 12 Apr 2010
Business owners face a range of important tax responsibilities. Indeed, many pressure groups have complained that the tax and regulatory burden facing new businesses is too heavy.
by Josh Hall | 06 Apr 2010
Social media is becoming an increasingly important element of many firms’ marketing efforts but independent retailers are slower to pick up the trend. However social media can benefit all types of business, including high street shops, restaurants and pubs.
by Josh Hall | 01 Apr 2010
The UK economy is now out of technical recession. Growth has returned to the country, after one of the deepest periods of economic contraction in recent history.
by Josh Hall | 31 Mar 2010
Writing a CV can be difficult for a contractor or freelancer. While conventional employees can simply provide details of their previous employment, with each position explaining why it qualifies them for the new role, freelancers and contractors must focus more on skills and qualifications.
by Jasper Martens | 26 Mar 2010
The Budget announcement was clearly the main focus this week for the UK. Darling actually had some good news for small businesses by giving them some tax relief. Of course there were other interesting websites and news items as well. Check our top 5.
by Josh Hall | 25 Mar 2010
Starting a business is an expensive prospect. While many firms are launched on a shoe-string with very limited resources, there are numerous and significant costs associated with a new venture – many of which may not be apparent at the start.
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