If you look at the Sunday Times Fast Track 100 list of SMEs from 2001 you may find something rather shocking - 53% of the stars of the last 10 year are no longer here. It’s tough but true – half of the winning companies you admire today are going to fall by the wayside in another decade - unless they embrace the innovation revolution.Continue
Added by Kim Board-Allam on April 29, 2014 at 11:32 — No Comments
As a small business owner or entrepreneur you know that it makes sense to outsource, rather than hiring on a full-time basis with all the baggage that entails.
You probably have a number of different tasks that you’re looking to outsource and these may change from week to week, or month to month. You know that you should outsource if to want to find the best possible service providers, but obviously you don’t want a lot of hassle along the way.
At this point in time you…Continue
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When planning out a website, businesses usually want to go with colours and designs that go with their established or revitalised brand. This is a great idea because it creates continuity between your brand both on and offline. But there is one thing to consider when you are transposing your colours online.…
Added by Ann Campbell-Kelly on April 28, 2014 at 15:30 — No Comments
The county of Berkshire is frequently the first choice of many meeting planners seeking a versatile, well-rounded destination in which to host conferences, meetings and events.
Situated in the South East of England the county offers many benefits for event…Continue
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What makes you successful is the drive and enthusiasm for what you do. Plus the knowledge you’ve gained and the experience you’ve picked up along the way.
The moment you attempt to engage in a task that holds no interest and for which…Continue
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It’s here! The new and improved Twitter profile pages. Taking a page from the Facebook tome of Social Media innovations, Twitter has launched new user profile pages. They have a few features beyond the nice new cover image (which looks much better than the limiting small block of the old profiles).…
Added by Ann Campbell-Kelly on April 23, 2014 at 15:30 — No Comments
Often I find people being unhappy about all the things at which they’re failing. They’re asking for my advice and help about how to turn the situation around. And knowing how reluctant most people are to ask for help, you can imagine how long they’ve been trying on their own!
Added by Rob Pickering on April 22, 2014 at 8:55 — No Comments
Our Social Media Management strategy is a low cost service that allows you to get all the benefits of a professional social media marketing campaign, in an innovative and efficient manner.
The Social Media Management Portal that we've created, gives you complete control over your business by tracking your campaign’s…Continue
Added by Steve Mills on April 14, 2014 at 13:38 — No Comments
In the mobile online market, it is not surprise that brands can’t ignore traffic to their website from phone users. Surprisingly, 36% of the top 100 brands in the UK don’t have mobile optimised sites according to the most recent Internet Advertising Bureau (IAB) report.…Continue
Added by Ann Campbell-Kelly on April 14, 2014 at 9:30 — No Comments
How to make a success of buy-to-let investments in Berkshire
Buy-to-let investments have had a relatively tough time over the last few years, but the green shoots of economic recovery in Berkshire and throughout the south east means this is an excellent time to get involved. The housing market in this region of England is fuelling a national recovery, so it is the ideal location if you are looking for a relatively low-risk buy-to-let opportunity. However, before making such…
Added by Blake Cole on April 11, 2014 at 14:16 — No Comments
There’s much more to a successful e-commerce store than just a slick design. You want to capture your visitors, entice them into the site and make their experience as pleasurable as possible.
In reality your whole website needs to be optimised for this experience but as the first point of contact, the home page will be the focus. If you take into account the following three principles you’ll be well on the right tracks to achieving success.
Added by Louisa McGowan on April 4, 2014 at 16:49 — No Comments
For every person in every business, they perform a mixture of tasks; Some tasks are worth very little and some tasks are worth a very high value. I often ask a business owner “How much is your time worth per hour to the company when you are doing the most valuable work?”. Almost no one ever knows the answer.
Often, as we grow and develop a business and our own…Continue
Added by Rob Pickering on April 3, 2014 at 11:28 — No Comments
Make 2014 a year for growing your business and increasing your sales, in a simpler, more effective way. The 3 hour workshop presented by the Prudent Marketing Academy will show you exactly how to achieve this.
Added by Steve Mills on April 1, 2014 at 15:41 — No Comments