by Jasper Martens | 01 Jul 2010
Live tweets from our CEO Jason Stockwood about changing the world through the internet.
by Josh Hall | 23 Jun 2010
Chancellor George Osborne today served the British people a very bitter pill indeed. Widespread cuts to public services, major reductions to benefit payments, significant tax increases, and a downward revision of UK growth forecasts have combined to create something rather unpleasant.
by Josh Hall | 16 Jun 2010
The World Cup brings both good and bad news for British business owners. Despite England's disappointing performance, the world’s biggest sporting event can be a significant boon to retailers, publicans, and other business owners.
by Rosie Beasley | 09 Jun 2010
Businesses who are using the world cup to boost business over the summer should take care not to breach any copyright rules.
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 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.
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