All Advice, Ideas & Planning articles – Page 10

  • Suzanne Dibble

    How to implement the GDPR so that it helps rather than hinders your marketing


    Speaker: Suzanne Dibble Date: 30/06/2020 Time: 2:00 PM (BST) You have no doubt by now heard of the GDPR and perhaps think of it in terms of how much you can get away with without risking a complaint or a fine. On this webinar, best-selling author of ...

  • Simon Washbrook

    Building a Qualified Sales Pipeline using Email Marketing


    Speaker: Simon Washbrook Date: 24/06/2020 Time: 2:00 PM (BST) During this Webinar, you will learn how to create amazing emails and how you can then go on to automatically qualify prospects based upon their online behaviour. During the event, we will cover the practical aspects of Email ...

  • Richie Mehta & Keith Weed

    Give your marketing a jump start


    Speaker: Ritchie Mehta & Keith Weed Date: 22/06/2020 Time: 2:00 PM (BST) Harvard Business School conducted a study of firms during economic downturns and found that a mere 9% came out stronger at the other side. The majority either failed or were not able to maintain their ...

  • Chukus

    Sibling restaurateur entrepreneurs connect global brand community online during pandemic


    By Francesca James, Founder, Great British Entrepreneur Awards & Community I’ve been talking to a number of entrepreneurs recently about how they have pivoted or adopted a ‘plan b’ during these challenging times. In this episode I talk to Emeka and Ifeyinwa Frederick, the founders of Chuku’s. Previous Great British ...

  • Joe Binder

    Personal branding expert & entrepreneur pivots success metrics to strengthen business during COVID-19


    By Francesca James, founder of The Great British Entrepreneur Awards & Community I've been talking to a number of entrepreneurs recently about how they have pivoted or adopted a 'plan b' during these challenging times. [bs_button size="md" type="link" value="View the full series here" href=""]

  • News

    Communicating the “new normal”


    By Honest Communications How to let your customers and employees know you’re back up and running, and telling them the changes that you’ve made. As businesses slowly start to ease out of lockdown and as the light at the end of the tunnel gets slowly brighter, it’s time to start ...

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    Development Bank of Wales supporting: Oneplanet Adventure


    “The Development Bank were the key to making the deal to purchase the property happen. They were confident in our plan, which in turn gave us more confidence,” Jim Gaffney, co-owner. Jim Gaffney and Ian Owen began Oneplanet Adventure in 2005 to turn their passion for mountain biking into a ...

  • Feature

    SME’s: Keeping rent costs down while avoiding legal disputes with landlords


    By Joanna Bullard, Partner in the Commercial Team at Gardner Leader solicitors It’s fair to say that lockdown has created immediate and longer term difficulties for commercial landlords and business tenants. Commercial landlords, across all sectors have suddenly been faced with tenants who cannot afford or who have simply refused ...

  • Feature

    Mindful eating: exploring 7 key tips to maintain this healthy habit


    By Katherine Chan, Content and Marketing Manager, Balance Holidays It has been several weeks since we’ve been confined at home due to current circumstances. For most of us, we have probably already taken an internal road-trip of self-discoveries, seeking answers to who we are and what’s next in terms of ...

  • Feature

    Virtual Working isn’t as Simple as Working from Home


    By Alison Ettridge, Talent Intuition In the post COVID-19 world, three out of five UK employees would like to work from home more often than they did before the lockdown. As we return to work, business leaders are speaking out about changes to their remote working policies – Facebook ...

  • Energy

    Energy: How manufacturing firms can waste less and save more


    By Dan Sullivan, Head of Sales and Marketing at Gazprom Energy Manufacturing businesses account for a significant proportion of the UK’s energy consumption, with data from National Statistics ranking the sector as the country’s third-biggest energy consumer. And this makes sense, given the energy-intensive equipment and infrastructure on which manufacturers ...

  • Ball in court

    Navigating the impact of COVID-19 as a start-up – the ball is now in our court


    By James Hirst, COO and Co-Founder, Tyk COVID-19 isn’t going to go away anytime soon and its impact on businesses and society is far-reaching. For some in the start-up community, the chancellor’s recent announcement of a package of measures to support businesses driving innovation in the UK will have been ...

  • WFH Editing

    How can businesses adapt to the new working reality?


    By Fred Krieger, Founder and CEO, Scoro It is unlikely we’ll be returning to pre-pandemic ‘normal’ any time soon — and, for many, that’s no bad thing. Only 9% of Brits want to go back to life as it was before, and some organisations have recognised this, already consigning ...

  • Feature

    Why having a compelling brand promise is key to customer loyalty


    Contribution by Angela Southall, Mention Me. Originally featured here . A brand is more than a logo and colour scheme. A brand is a the story your consumers tell themselves about you: the cumulative effect of what you do, how you do it, what you believe in, the way you ...

  • Working

    How Entrepreneurs can overcome the impact of Covid-19


    By Mark Wright, BBC Apprentice Winner, GBEA Alumni and Director of digital marketing agency, Climb Online At the beginning of 2020, the main concern for any business owner was whether their industry sector would be impacted by Brexit. Fast forward four months and concerns over leaving the EU appear somewhat ...

  • Solutions

    Why Business Leaders should focus on solutions not sales


    By Stuart Dantzic Managing Director, Caribbean Blinds Within a matter of months, the coronavirus has torn through the global economy and forced businesses UK wide to alter operations and pivot any long-term growth strategy. For those in manufacturing, engineering and construction, the recent ease to Lockdown would have come as ...

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    Re-opening the workplace in a post-lockdown world


    By Phil Jones MBE, Managing Director of Business Technology Solutions Provider, Brother UK As boxer Mike Tyson once said, “Everyone has a plan until they get punched in the mouth.” A shrewd observation from arguably one of boxing’s greats. To be world champion, you’ve got to adapt your game plan ...

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    Development Bank of Wales supporting: Barmouth Beach Club


    “Most of our customers wouldn’t normally have been able to stay in Barmouth, so the people we will be bringing in will be fresh customers for other local businesses too,” Anthony Olley, Director. Barmouth Beach Club is a centre providing holiday accommodation for disabled people and their carers. Anthony Olley ...

  • Fat Fish FBT

    How This 29 Year Old From Northern Ireland Became One Of The World’s Top Experts In Digital Marketing and Growth


    At the ripe old age of 29, Joshua Neilly is already one of the world’s top experts in digital marketing and growth. Named the Ulster Bank Young Entrepreneur of the Year in 2019, he’s carved out a niche for himself in the fast-paced world of online commerce. But if things ...

  • WFH

    The route forward for worker safety in the office


    By Andrew Johnson MD at PowWowNow The government has published its ‘roadmap’ for progressively lifting lockdown restrictions, but many are asking for further clarity over how to ensure the safety of workers as we begin to reopen the economy. With companies responsible for worker safety, business leaders need to know ...