How to Stick to Your New Year’s Business Resolutions

There’s something about the 1st January that inspires a lot of change. We love a fresh start and a blank page. Turning those optimistic resolutions into long-term change is the […]

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Scrookell
June 20, 2018

For the first time ever, new stats have shown that in 2017 more card payments were made in Britain compared to cash. Last year, 13.1 billion transactions were with old fashioned […]

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Scrookell
June 15, 2018

A business’ brand is how it presents itself to its customers, and the people who are yet to become customers. It has to be consistent, tell a story, and show a clearly […]

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Scrookell
June 12, 2018

Predictive shopping is one of retail’s newest technological developments, using artificial intelligence to predict what customers will want to buy and buy again. Rather than leaving customers entirely to their […]

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Itadmin
June 7, 2018

Whether you’re exhibiting or attending, trade shows can be a huge opportunity for growth and learning. The costs can be relatively high, depending on how far you travel and how […]

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Itadmin
May 29, 2018

Your team of staff is one of the most important assets you have, so their growth goes hand in hand with the growth of your business overall. Regular feedback and […]

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Itadmin
May 3, 2018

William and Kate’s 2011 royal wedding boosted the British economy by £2 billion, increasing visitors to the UK by 4 million in the following years. Shops and pubs were forecast […]

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Itadmin
April 27, 2018

Both Warren Buffett and Steve Jobs have weighed in on the art of saying no. For Jobs, “Focusing is about saying no”, and Buffett advised “We need to learn the […]

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Itadmin
April 26, 2018

A survey revealed 50% of small business owners cancel social plans once a week to make time for work, and 25% have made themselves ill with stress. Mental health charity […]

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Itadmin
April 25, 2018

Bartering dates back to ancient Mesopotamia and other early civilisations, where communities would trade “services or goods with another person when there is no money involved”. Many of us assume […]

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