Business strategies to stand you business in good stead
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Business strategies to stand you business in good stead
Posted by Mark Boulter on September 28, 2022

We list out our top 7 strategies to help set your small business up for long-term business success.

A business failure – what you can learn
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A business failure – what you can learn
Posted by Mark Boulter on September 26, 2022

Business failure – it’s more common than most people realise. We provide a few insights on the lessons to be learned when this occurs.

Small Businesses – what causes them to fail?
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Small Businesses – what causes them to fail?
Posted by Mark Boulter on September 7, 2022

We list some of the key reasons why small businesses fail. Knowing these pitfalls should help you to make a success of your own business.

Business start-up mistakes people make – the top six
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Business start-up mistakes people make – the top six
Posted by Mark Boulter on September 5, 2022

Business start-up mistakes made in the first few years generally fall into the same categories. We look at 6 of the most common.

Losing customers – how to learn from it and move on
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Losing customers – how to learn from it and move on
Posted by Mark Boulter on August 24, 2022

Losing customers is generally not a pleasant experience. Here is a list of what to do when this occurs and how to avoid it happening again.

Saving business costs
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Saving business costs
Posted by Mark Boulter on August 17, 2022

Saving business costs is vital at all times but especially post COVID-19 which caused every business to find new ways to keep afloat.

Prompt Payment Code – there to help SMEs
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Prompt Payment Code – there to help SMEs
Posted by Mark Boulter on August 10, 2022

The Prompt Payment Code: signatories should now pay SMEs within 30 days. We explain what it means for you.

How to pick the right colour for your brand
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How to pick the right colour for your brand
Posted by Mark Boulter on June 15, 2018

Branding can be quite scary when you’re starting out in business or frankly any time if it’s not something you know much about. Research by reboot online surveyed 2,648 consumers to identify brands based on their colour palette alone. The green of Starbucks was recognised by 80% of consumers and the blue and yellow combination of IKEA was recognised by 67%. Clearly, colour can trigger brand recognition, but how do you choose the right one?

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