Tag Archives: small business

How can SME’s cash in on Christmas?

Here we are again, the year has been flying by at top speed and before we’ve realised it Christmas is looming (or sparkling like a snowflake, depending on your sentiment)…

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Small Business: How will the Insurance Act affect claims

A client running a small butchery with a few locations around their town was transporting produce between their locations. Their policy included a warranty requiring the client to keep a…

The true cost of cyber crime

Afternoon tea, chocolate cake and cybercrime

When you think of hacking and cybercrime, you’d be forgiven if the first thing springing to mind were a large corporation being taken down by a mysterious ‘Cyber Jedi’ –…

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…

How to be a successful Mumpreneur

Here at Jelf, we love to hear about successful business stories and this is certainly one! Speaking to mumpreneur and owner of Dudes N Dolls, Stacie Franklin has been telling…

When it comes to insurance the devil’s in the detail

Obtaining the right insurance can seem like a minefield of technical jargon and fine print. However, getting it wrong can leave you and your business financially exposed. You get what…

UK Small Businesses Unprepared For Cyber Attacks

Micro businesses in the UK are not ready for cyber-attacks, a new survey by Kaspersky Lab has found. Although mobile devices have heavily penetrated the business world, and most businesses…