A customer review, whether you love them or dread them, is an asset to your business because it provides an honest account of how well your business is currently performing. Regarding the product or service you’re trying to market, a review can help you improve business standards and increase revenue. In an age where the […]
Of all the business expenses employers naturally look at with the view of perhaps cutting back a bit on them and adding to the bottom line, the cost of your employees taking breaks at work is one which has previously been rather challenging to accurately gauge. Paper cup and disposable catering specialist, Inn Supplies, breaks […]
The question that writers have been debating for centuries is; how much content would be considered too much? SEO experts have for many years emphasised the need for long-form content. In an era where keyword optimisation is critical, many have been of the belief that longer content results in more keywords, meaning there will be […]
The Tankersely waste water treatment plant has been operating for over 60 years and has been providing quality water to more than 2000 customers in the area as well as to businesses. The water quality in Birdwell Dike was always okay, but there was room for improvement and with new technologies available for water treatment […]
A lot of economic uncertainty has arisen as a result of the UK’s vote to leave the European Union, and this poses particular challenges if you are attempting to discern which British sectors will be on the up in 2017. While you probably won’t be surprised to learn that we don’t have a crystal ball, […]
It is a well-known fact that in these days of specialized technology it is very possible for small businesses to operate on a grand scale. Each year we see a leap in terms of additional technological expertise which boosts small business. It is no longer necessary to rent or buy office space and all the […]
Are you tired of stressing over unpaid invoices? Running a business can be tough financially; especially if you sell products and services to other businesses, rather than consumers. Typically, businesses pay every 30, 60 or every 90 days. That leaves a potentially long gap before you actually see any profit.