Blog tagged as SMEs
Explore strategic financial solutions for Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) experiencing a downturn in sales or unexpected operating costs. Understand how to secure financing to navigate through challenging economic landscapes.
Explore the advantages of using revolving direct supplier payment facilities for your business and how they can streamline supplier payments for improved financial management.
Financial statements - what they are and why you need them. They inform you about your business performance, past and present and help you plan for your future.
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As the housing market in the UK continues to be blighted by a serious shortage, small and medium-sized developers are complaining about a lack of support from the government and other legislators.
Discussions that took place during a Think Tank session held at Hotelympia in London earlier this year have revealed that a lack of trust in leadership could be stopping SMEs from reaching their full potential.
With the Prime Minster vouching to tackle the housing shortage crisis in the UK by removing tens of billions of pounds of housing associations' debt in order to stimulate more building, we’re keen to offer support to the industries likely to be impacted
Following news that a major UK bank is offering SMEs led by women a significant financial boost, we thought we should look into what the face of female-owned businesses in the UK is really like.
When it comes to business, there’s nothing more important than eliminating unnecessary costs and boosting efficiency. The goal of every business – big or small – should always be focused on making the various systems across the concern as well-balanced and useful to one another as possible.
One of the biggest challenges facing SMEs is always finding the right staff to add to the workforce. It’s a perennial issue and something that businesses in every sector deal with.
With GDPR now in full effect, a huge number of UK businesses – large and small – are still leaving themselves open to data theft. For those companies that do fall victim to targeted attacks seeking valuable data, this could have very real financial repercussions under the GDPR framework
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.
The gender pay gap has become a hot topic in the last few years. Some shocking figures have come to the fore from big and small businesses revealing the stark differences between the pay of men and women.
As Brexit grinds on and everyone remains unsure what the post-EU trading landscape will look like from the Britain’s perspective, UK SMEs are taking matters into their own hands.
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.
Whether an SME is just starting out or is well-established, it’s important that they always pay close attention to interest rates and consider how they might affect them both now and in the long-term.
It’s no secret that the housing crisis in the UK is one that has been getting progressively worse for a number of years, with the Prime Minister stating that it was her personal mission to ‘fix’ the situation towards the end of last year.
While cyber criminals are wreaking havoc for large corporations, small businesses would be foolish to consider themselves immune from the threats of cyber-crime.
It’s the new technological frontier set to take over the world and businesses as we know them, so what’s really in store for Artificial Intelligence this year?
For SMEs that are just starting out, the benefits of trademarks and the value that they possess is not to be ignored.