Category: Business

  • Building a Blog with Monetisation in Mind

    Building a Blog with Monetisation in Mind

    Since we’re not in the business of actually selling the service of providing web development, hosting, SEO, etc, you can bet your bottom dollar that the information to be shared in this post will be comprehensive. In no way am I setting you up for some call-to-action which will lead me to benefit in some…

  • 3 Easy Ways Any Small Business Can Collect Payments

    3 Easy Ways Any Small Business Can Collect Payments

    Royalty Free Photo Starting a small business can be incredibly fun, but also incredibly challenging. There is a lot to organize and arrange, and many small business owners pay too much attention to stock and staffing and leave payment collection until the last minute.

  • 7 Tips To Improve Your Small Business Finance Options

    7 Tips To Improve Your Small Business Finance Options

    When you’ve got a business, keeping on top of your finances is a must. If not for the reason of affording outgoing expenses like wages, but so that if and when needed, you’re able to apply for things like loans. Why would you need to do that, I hear you ask? There are many reasons…

  • How to Ensure that Valuable Shipments Arrive Intact

    How to Ensure that Valuable Shipments Arrive Intact

    If you’re shipping high-value or delicate items to customers, it’s vital they arrive on time and in one piece. No matter what you’re shipping, or who you’re shipping it with, all cargo will be exposed to some amount of impact and vibration stress, and all carriers will expose cargo to at least some amount of…

  • How To Develop Your Business Skills In The Workplace

    How To Develop Your Business Skills In The Workplace

    It’s important that you never stop learning if you want improved career progression. From entrepreneurs running their own company to office workers struggling to get that next promotion, the development of the right business skills is essential. Of course, it can be challenging finding the right resources, let alone the time it takes to commit…

  • One Year On – How seriously have businesses taken GDPR?

    One Year On – How seriously have businesses taken GDPR?

    Just over one year ago, GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) came into effect. And, since it was introduced, the ICO (information Commissioners Office) has recorded a significant rise in data protection complaints. This proves how important people take their personal data, along with any abuse of it. However, how seriously have businesses taken GDPR and…

  • Keep your business agile with remote IT support

    Keep your business agile with remote IT support

    Overhauling a core area of a business is a challenge for any company, and this extends to IT services and support. Every business is dependent on IT support of some kind, but there are many ways that this can be delivered to best suit the needs of each individual company, making it a difficult decision…

  • 5 Tips on How to Protect Your Business against Natural Disasters

    5 Tips on How to Protect Your Business against Natural Disasters

    Natural disasters can often be predicted, but sometimes they can hit without any warning at all. When they do so, they can completely dismantle community structures and business operations – especially those relying on supply chain utilities. In 2011, for example, a tsunami devastated the east of Japan, forcing businesses to shut down temporarily. Among…

  • Going Global With Your Business

    Going Global With Your Business

    There are immense opportunities in the global market for SMEs looking to expand their reach beyond local markets. Globalization was once a buzzword fueled by the improvement in communication and advancements in global logistics but is now part and parcel of business. However, taking a business globally, especially in the case of SMEs, is not…

  • The hidden costs of health and safety errors in the workplace

    The hidden costs of health and safety errors in the workplace

    Many employers look on health and safety in the workplace as being, essentially, the rough equivalent of insurance cover. Basically spending a little money on protecting employees from workplace hazards can actually save you a lot of money as compared to the cost of recovering from them. For example, looking into noise surveys for health…