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What makes a company truly successful? It’s not just about making money. Great companies need to have a solid set of core values that drive every decision and action — from the way they treat their customers to the way they approach business opportunities.
For small businesses to grow, they need access to capital and financing. However, many banks are less likely to work with smaller companies due to the high costs and risks associated with dealing with small businesses and small loans.
There are four key areas that small businesses can focus on to compete globally with the help of technology. Read on...
Video marketing is a great way to connect with your audience and promote your business. However, it's important to create video content that is relevant and engaging for your target audience. Learn more about small business video marketing. Discover how to create video content for your business.
Caroline Vernon, Partner at Sherrards solicitors explores the impact of the Coronavirus on the residential property market and provides guidance for those currently in the process of buying or selling a property.
The video breaks down economic concepts like credit, deficits and interest rates, allowing viewers to learn the basic driving forces behind the economy, how economic policies work and why economic cycles occur.
Amassing a personal fortune through real estate may seem beyond possibility, but it can be done — Keep it simple and pay close attention to these three basic concepts.
Culture defines us in our family units, businesses, and organizations. It distinguishes who we are and how we are described. Much of that culture is built up over years or even decades. Yet we don’t have decades to build a successful team culture.
For many people, talking about money is one of the last things they want to do. When you’re in a relationship, it’s important to maintain an open dialogue about shared finances and goals, and in fact, that dialogue can lead to stronger investment decisions as well.
SMEs often find that no matter how hard they try, it’s not always possible to guarantee how much money you’ll have in the bank account on any given date.
Running a business is hard. There are a million and one things to think about every single day and your focus should always be on how to improve and thrive.
Sometimes, it can feel like property prices change with the wind. Areas that were a sound investment a year ago are now falling. But, annoyingly, that area that no one wanted to invest in is suddenly seeing a spike in property prices.
In business, the present can often seem like the most important thing. In any organisation, there is a huge amount to do day-to-day and if things are going well, then it can seem like everything is on the right course.
The world is a big place and there are innumerable businesses all looking to find and secure their markets.
We’ve all heard of the skills gap, a problem that has been getting progressively worse in the UK over the past few years.
For SMEs that are just starting out, the benefits of trademarks and the value that they possess is not to be ignored.
As the house price boom has sustained itself in the UK for over two decades, investors large and small have continued to cash in on one of the most popular forms of investing, buy-to-let.
For SMEs taking their first steps as overseas exporters, one of the biggest concerns can be ensuring that they are paid promptly for their goods from their customers.
Renting property is something that most SMEs and start-ups will need to do and renting a building for work-related purposes comes with its own set of intricacies and challenges.
When you’re running an SME, one of the biggest things that you are trying to achieve is high levels of productivity. Being productive means that your workforce is hitting targets and is producing high levels of work