What would happen if the professions and other experts worked together, each doing what they do best, to support British businesses?
So you want to set up in business, do you? Or you’re already trading but not doing as well as you hoped? And although it could be far off, you’d like to know how to avoid going under? You see, there’s a big problem with small businesses. And that is when most people go into ...
The warning signs of potential corporate collapse are often misread as normal business teething problems. It's important to be aware of the difference!
How are we going to get through this downturn?
If you need cash for your Wolverhampton business, consider this!
THE REAL™ BUSINESS PLANNING WORKSHOP 16th JANUARY 2012 Where:To be confirmed Solihull United Kingdom When: Monday January 16, 2012 from 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM GMT Add to my calendar Dear Paul,Are you planning for 2012? And could you be making the same “5 Killer Mistakes” when planning for the 2012, that many other ...
An insolvency practitioner suggests that accountants and other advisers ask their clients three simple questions which could save their businesses!
In this article Paul Brindley explores the 1/3rd, 1/3rd, 1/3rd principle in established businesses, which can lead to their demise over time.
Businesses which survive this recession need to understand their customers, that way they deliver exactly what their customers want (and no more), when their customers want it, and at the right price. Do your clients know what their customers want?
There's only one way for us, as a region or as single businesses, to survive this recession, and that is to sell more: to sell more product/services to existing customers and to find new customers. Here are some tips on telemarketing, by an expert, Jula Smith of Cre8 Sales Solutions