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Misery for Millennials?

Over the 20th Century we saw more progress than any other time in history, with each generation enjoying higher incomes than the one before them and living standards rising steadily.  That progress seems to have come to a halt since 2000 in many developed countries, especially when income is taken into consideration. 


A Mobile Mentality is a Must for Business

Whilst the internet has brought us so many opportunities when it comes to doing business, it also present challenges.  True, business are now able to reach a much wider customer base than ever before, dealing with people from all parts of the country and, in many cases, overseas as well, there is more competition out there too so standing out from the crowd is essential for the success of any business nowadays.  When it comes to doing business online, a mobile mentality really is essential to take your business beyond the limits of geographical dependency and local activity.  Today, we’re g

Debt Collection News Roundup – February, 2018

Here at Access Credit Management we like to make sure we bring our readers interesting and relevant news about our industry so once a month we’ll be publishing a News Roundup.  This should keep you up to speed with all the important goings on within the sector so that you have a resource that keeps you fully informed of all the latest news.  It would be interesting to know what you, the readers, think of the stories that feature here. 


Cold Weather Working – Your Responsibilities for SME Owners

We’ve seen some severely cold weather here in the UK over the past couple of week – the Beast from the East came storming in, bringing with it snow, sleet and ice and it’s been lowering temperatures across the land.  The Beast was closely followed by Storm Emma and snow warnings were upgraded to Red Alert status in Scotland for the first time ever, with warnings of widespread disruption and risk to life.

Managerial Mistakes to Avoid for Small Business Owners

Anybody running a small business and employing staff will know that, on a small team, if a member of staff leaves, it can dramatically affect your business.  Staff retention can be a continuing problem for small business owners, especially when the person leaving is an excellent member of staff, a benefit to your business that you’ve come to rely on.  Today we’re going to take a look at some of the mistakes made by managers and business owners, mistakes that are likely to lead to a costly exit as a great team member walks away.