13/02/2014 By Dave Millett, independent telecoms adviser at Equinox Customer satisfaction is the key to the long-term success of any business. But far too many companies annoy and frustrate their customers before they even speak to them! They do this by making it difficult and/or expensive for their customers to contact them. Here I highlights […]
You learned how to throw a sentence together at school, so why should you pay a professional to help with your copywriting? Find out some of the reasons in this article.
As a web copywriter, I’ve written hundreds of websites, and have compiled a list of standard questions to help guide decisions about what content goes where. Here are 10 of them. I hope you find them useful when working on your own website and other marketing communications.
The number of product recalls in Europe is going up every year. Last year alone, 26 per cent more products had to be removed from the market than in 2011 — across a total of 2,278 recalls recorded.
The countdown has started to the UK’s first Small Business Saturday on December 7th with independent companies in communities around the country preparing to be in the national spotlight.
What role does luck play in the success of a business? Do we make our own luck through hard work or is it down to just ‘good luck’? These were some of the questions being asked by Hiscox, in partnership with Royal Institution, at an annual debate to explore the theme of luck versus hard work when it comes to business success, a subject designed to provoke debate amongst the SME and entrepreneurial community.
Last week’s live debate ‘Business Success: What’s luck got to do with it?’ hosted by the Royal Institute in partnership with Hiscox gave light to some interesting opinions from both the panel and the audience members.
It was recently Global Entrepreneurship Week, which is a yearly initiative taking place in more than 30 countries to encourage more people to set up businesses.
Posted on 12th December 2012 in Business Support.
Just because you can do a Google image search and find pictures doesn’t mean those images are copyright-free and available for you to use. You can source images from photo libraries such as Shutterstock.com or iStockPhoto.com for a small fee (although the latter’s prices have gone up since they were bought by Getty images), find something suitable on Flickr.com > Creative Commons, or use your own images.
Posted on 19th November 2012 in Business Support.
Research carried out by RSM Tenon has revealed that 65% of small to medium sized enterprises (SMEs) believe the proposed ring-fencing of banking activities (separating investment banking from retail banking activities), will make banking safer.
Posted on 15th November 2012 in Business Support.