by Josh Hall | 13 May 2010
The past week has been a momentous one in British politics. An inconclusive election, fraught with technical difficulties and allegations of fraud, produced a result in which no single party secured overall control of the House of Commons. Days of backroom wrangling followed – which ultimately resulted in the first coalition government the UK has seen in 70 years.
by Josh Hall | 12 May 2010
With the start of the new financial year, businesses across the country have had to take on board a raft of new regulations. Although rules and thresholds tend to change every April, it seems as though this year has seen a particularly large batch of changes with which firms will have to contend.
by Josh Hall | 11 May 2010
As a business manager, the way in which you conduct yourself in the workplace is a vital consideration. Your management style can have a dramatic impact on the atmosphere in your firm and, in turn, on the productivity of your workforce and the success of your business.
by Josh Hall | 06 May 2010
The social media bug has bitten business owners in a huge variety of sectors. The rapid and widespread uptake of these technologies with the public has meant that social media is not only useful for tech companies and retailers; in fact, Social Media Marketing (SMM) has uses and implications for virtually every profession – and tradesmen can use it to their advantage.
by Josh Hall | 06 May 2010
A comprehensive inventory is one of the most important tools in any landlord’s arsenal. Along with a properly drafted contract and an efficient screening process for potential landlords, this simple document should form the bedrock of your working practices.
by Jasper Martens | 06 May 2010
With the elections today, we looked at some councils who are successfully using Twitter to keep the people up to date with the latest election results. You would be surprised that not only big councils are using Twitter to reach their audience. So which councils are successful?
by Rosie Beasley | 30 Apr 2010
The Conservative Party is still edging a lead in the polls, although at this stage it seems unlikely that they will gain enough ground during the last days of campaigning to avoid a hung parliament. Much depended on the outcome of the final live television debate last night and early polls suggest that he came across the best on issues for entrepreneurs and business.
by Josh Hall | 30 Apr 2010
The 2010 General Election is has shaped up to be one of the most unusual, and potentially most important, in recent political history. The traditional two-party system, dominated by Labour and the Conservatives, is in danger of being torn apart by resurgent Liberal Democrats, buoyed as they are by a surge in leader Nick Clegg’s stock and a popular distrust of both of the alternatives.
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