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By Emma Raftery

To celebrate International Women’s Day we are speaking with successful women who have started their own business and are happy to pass their tips and advice on to others. In today’s blog we speak with Olivia Knight, the founder of Patchwork, a website that lets friends contribute cash, time and…

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By Graham Crothers

The safety of data is a major concern for every online small business owner. The internet can provide many business opportunities, but it also serves as an entry point to malware and viruses that can block or even steal company information. To celebrate the arrival of Safer Internet Day, observed…

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By Graham Crothers

The term ‘Online Influencer’ has become somewhat of a buzz word in recent years. An ‘Online Influencer’ can be an entrepreneur, journalist, photographer, blogger – basically anyone who holds sway or influence online. So why should you connect with an influencer? Potentially they can share your news or blog content.…

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By Graham Crothers

Finding a steady stream of freelance work can be a tough nut to crack. Getting commissions is no easy feat but the more freelance commissions you land, the more money you’ll earn and the more comfortable you’ll feel about your financial position. Here’s five quick tips to help get the…

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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

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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By Graham Crothers

To remain at the sharp end of your sector, growth needs to be top of your business agenda. Without growth you won’t reach new customers and without new customers you can’t count on staying in business for too long. In order to stay competitive it’s vital that you attract new…

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By Adam D

Approaching a centuries-old industry from a 21st century angle requires 21st century technology. That’s why cutting edge recruitment app TalentRocket and the team behind it are using KashFlow to save time, generate income and grow their business. At KashFlow, we’re regularly tweaking, updating and expanding our product to make managing your books…

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By Alex B

Having a clear understanding of how all elements of your business are performing is critical for plotting future growth, and yet gaining access to easy-to-understand, in-depth data can sometimes be difficult. The root of this pitfall for many small business owners is their lack of accounting knowledge and experience, with…

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By Alex B

Success for many growing business can often come down to how easy it is for them to bill their customers, and it’s this very basic need that some business owners overlook in their quest to run their businesses as efficiently as possible. It doesn’t matter how brilliant your product is,…

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By Alex B

It doesn’t matter what size your business is, what industry you’re trying to make waves in, or even how much past experience you have – solutions that help make things easier and more professional are always a must. The barriers blocking success for small businesses are many, to the point…

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By Alex B

Securing new customers is always a major concern for small businesses, so much so that a recent report found it to be the chief issue for the SME sector in the UK this year. A study by Santander Corporate & Commercial has found that generating new business sales was ranked…

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By Alex B

It’s easy to think, when starting your own business, that doing what you’re really good at with passion and determination will be enough to see success. This confidence that many startups feel when venturing out on their own, can often be scuppered by the realities of running a business, especially…

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By Alex B

Running your own business can be an incredibly, rewarding, stressful, complicated process that more often than not includes a steep learning curve, especially when learning about the aspects of running a business you have little to no experience in. It’s not surprising then that bookkeeping and accounting so frequently presents…

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