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Business continuity

The importance of business continuity planning

If your business faced a devastating situation as a result of a terrorism attack, cyber attack, fire, flood or natural disaster, would you be able to deal with it?  And…

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New laws for a new year

With 2017 now in full swing you are most likely implementing your business plans for the New Year. As part of these plans it is worth considering the forthcoming employment…

Are you prepared if disaster strikes?

Unfortunately, it’s usually the big disasters that come with the least warning. With many businesses being unprepared for such an event, it’s those that are forced to suspend operations due…

How to prepare before the flood warnings

There are many variables that cause a flood, such as when and where a storm will hit, how much rain it will bring and in what time frame it might…

How to manage your business in the London tube strikes

According to the Financial Times, London is about to be hit with it’s worst tube strike in over a decade this week, as it appears talks with unions and London Underground managers…

One In Four SMEs Without a Business Plan

One in four small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the UK decide against implementing a business plan, leaving them in a vulnerable position should the organisation encounter problems. As Talk…

Is your business gearing up for growth in 2015?

Small businesses are optimistic about 2015 according to a survey by the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB). Their findings indicate that 62% of small businesses are planning on exporting, hiring…

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Make a New Year’s resolution for your business

As business owners and managers, we all have plans for where we want to take our company. Whether that is new premises, new markets, new products or simply doing more…

Fail to plan, plan to fail

We’ve all heard the phrase, and to be fair you probably have a fair few plans in place, a strategic business plan, a sales plan etc. But how about a…