If you run your own business, or are thinking about running your own business, you might be interested in attending a conference being held in London on 30th September called ‘Realising your potential as a woman entrepreneur’.
How does your business rate? Property related costs are already the second biggest business expense after salaries but, according to Chris Allison, Managing Director of cost and purchase management specialists Auditel, many businesses will see them rise even further in Read on →
A few weeks ago, I posted a blog entry about a really interesting article ex-Dragon’s Den and Red Letter Day entrepreneur, Rachel Elnaugh, had written in the Franchise Magazine (Franchisees are entrepreneurs too). In this article, Rachel made a really Read on →
According to the home business website Enterprise Nation, you can be at least £30,000 in pocket by starting a business from home when increases in the value of your home and savings on fuel costs and motoring expenses are taken Read on →
We’ve just finished a major new project for our consultants, setting up a platform for them to have their own micro websites, and we’re really chuffed with the results. While we’ve had a corporate website (recently relaunched) and individual static Read on →
Client Profile: Action Housing and Support is a charitable organisation with 10 offices across the UK. They work with vulnerable and socially excluded people to help establish secure, independent lives and tackle homelessness and related issues.
Why our clients value the Auditel cost reduction service George Buchan, MD of ServiceSource Europe, was kind enough to give us some of his precious time recently to record an interview about what working with Auditel has meant to his Read on →
According to research published by the business information organisation Creditsafe earlier this month, one in ten UK SMEs have seen their costs rise by 25% in the last year. A quarter of UK small businesses have seen costs rise by Read on →
How cost management consultancy is helping companies to achieve their profit improvement targets. All organisations have to spend money to do business. Communications, energy, water, waste management, business consumables, finance and insurance are just some of the essential operational overheads Read on →
There’s a good article by Rachel Elnaugh in the July/August issue of The Franchise Magazine in which she makes a very good case for franchising as a way to realise your entrepreneurial dreams. Rachel’s an entrepreneur herself, having founded the Read on →