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Blaming it on the Brexit!

As we begin the New Year and the inexorable march towards actual Brexit, we still seem no closer to securing a good deal when Britain leaves the European Union and most of us are still uncertain about what Brexit will actually look like.  The government is in turmoil as the prime minister and conservative MPs struggle to come to agreements and make the necessary deals that would ensure that the future looks brighter for the UK.  However, for most of us who look on in horror as the debacle unfolds, the signs are not looking great.

Investing in Social Media Pays Dividends for Small Businesses

If you’re a business owner who still hasn’t harnessed the power of social media to promote your business, you may be missing a trick.  Used correctly, social media can help to secure new customers, win referrals and raise awareness about your products or services.  It’s a cost-effective way of marketing your business at a very small cost and a great way of engaging with your customers, many of whom will be only too happy to share with friends and family.  If you’re new to using social media for business, it can be difficult to know which platforms are best for your business and what type of

Avoiding the Festive Financial Hangover

Christmas is over, the leftovers have all been eaten, the tree is down and the decorations are safely stored in the attic ready for next year.  We’ve entered a whole new year, a time of new beginnings and resolutions to make this year even better than last.  However, some of us are feeling the brunt of the Christmas spending spree and worrying about how we’ll get through the first few months of 2019 and clear the debts we’ve taken on to ensure that our families have a great Christmas.  Now is the time to get your personal finances under control to make sure that this year goes with a swing,

News Roundup for 2018 - SME Finances and Debt

Since the Brexit Referendum in June 2016, small to medium enterprises (SMEs) in the UK have been facing an uncertain future as the Brexit negotiations have rolled out.  We’re rapidly approaching the date that the UK is due to leave the European Union and there is still no firm plan for what happens when we’re no longer an EU member which means that Brexit preparations made by businesses have to be flexible, with business owners ready to pivot to minimise any negative impact on both trading and finances.  Today we’re going to take a look back at some of the financial and business news from 2

The Future Looks Good for High Street Retailers

Last week we brought some good cheer to small to medium business (SMB) owners with the news that consumers are nowadays three times more likely to choose to buy from independent retailers than from a large store.  After so many years of high streets across the UK declining due to the advent of online shopping, this is a promising development for high street traders across the UK.