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By Graham Crothers

Over the summer we asked you to take part in a customer satisfaction survey which we are delighted to say, many of you took the time to complete.  It’s great to receive such insightful feedback and to use this information to learn how we can better your software. After reading…

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By Graham Crothers

This weekend marks the fourth year of Small Business Saturday, now widely considered to be the UK’s most successful campaign for highlighting the work of Britain’s small business community. So whether you’re a family business, local shop, online business, wholesaler, business service or small manufacturer – Small Business Saturday is…

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By Graham Crothers

As a small business owner you need to wear many hats. To get recognition for your brand requires you to be researcher, marketer and PR guru, all rolled into one. Here we’ve outlined 4 simple steps that you can take to help get your brand noticed above the noise. Step…

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By Graham Crothers

It’s that time of year again – Black Friday. A time of attractive flash deals and frightening human stampedes. Personally we’d rather spend our hard earned coin from the safety and comfort of our home, than risk serious injury wrestling a scrum of frenzied shoppers at Currys. For us, the…

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By Graham Crothers

Yesterday’s Autumn Statement was Chancellor Philip Hammond’s first major announcement since taking office. There was welcome news for startups and small businesses, including the announcement that additional support will be provided for export opportunities and confirmation that there will be a fall in Corporation Tax. Below we’ve rounded up the…

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By Graham Crothers

When starting your own business getting it off the ground will push you to the limit. To make it a success you’ll need painstaking research, paired with plenty of grit and determination. In this blog, we’ve compiled just some of the common errors to steer well clear of when building…

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By Guest Contributor

The latest in our series of guest blogs from experts in business comes from Jordan Daykin, CEO of GripIt Fixings. Jordan is one of the UK’s most well-known serial entrepreneurs after he became the youngest person ever to get investment on the BBC’s Dragons’ Den programme in 2014. Businesswoman Deborah…

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By Graham Crothers

When in business, your top priority is growth and success. But how do you go about achieving this? Staff play a crucial part, but so do the platforms and tools that your business chooses to use. Businesses need the right technology and solutions that can help the organisation meet business…

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By Graham Crothers

An idea can make or break a business. In theory brainstorming sessions provide a free and open environment that encourages members of your business to share ideas that could potentially drive your company forward. However, in order to generate profitable ideas, you first must have a plan and not launch…

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By Graham Crothers

There’s a lot to be said for running your business affairs from home. For starters, there’s no commute to contend with. Neither is there the usual office chatter to distract or lure you away from the pressing tasks at hand. However, on the other hand, the little freedom that you…

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By Graham Crothers

The World Wide Web presents huge business opportunities and benefits, but it also brings risks. Whether you have a website, online accounts or any Web-based infrastructure, you are at risk at coming under a cyber-attack. Typically the public will only hear about attacks against high-profile companies or banks and government…

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