Category: Business

How to Choose Shelving for Your Business

Posted on: December 22, 2020

A rack that is suitable for storing supplies, stock and other items is a vital component of any business, but how to choose shelving for your business can vary depending on the nature of the business. If you have a thriving shop or business with numerous items then it may…

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How to Launch a Food Product

Posted on: November 26, 2020

First, if you already have a product or an idea for a new one, and you want it to be successful, the best place to start is to market this new dish, product or service. Image credit Next, if you’re unsure how to launch a food product, there are a…

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What essentials do you need in your reception area

Posted on: November 26, 2020

Every reception area is a hive of activity with people coming and going and receptionists working hard to ensure that everyone knows where they need to be. The reception space needs to be organised and warm and welcoming so that it gives a great first impression of your business. Image…

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The advantages and disadvantages of self-employment

Posted on: November 20, 2020

Self- employment can be perceived as an unstable or unreliable form of employment. There are many advantages, as well as disadvantages, to self- employment as there are with every job.   There are thousands of different types of self-employment jobs, ranging from business coaching services to home-cooking classes. With the…

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Best jeans for your build

Posted on: November 2, 2020

Don’t be tempted to simply pull the first pair of jeans you see off the rail and head to the checkout. If you want your jeans to look the best, you will want to make sure they are the most flattering fit for your body shape. A common mistake is…

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Make Sure your Office Move Goes Well

Posted on: October 19, 2020

As well as being an exciting time, moving your company from one premises to another can also be incredibly stressful – much like moving house the key to a successful move with as little stress as possible, is good planning.   Depending on what sort of company you own, you…

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Keeping Your Office Reception Area Clean

Posted on: September 15, 2020

The importance of keeping your office reception area clean cannot be emphasized enough. When you have visitors to your office, you can have a very stressful and busy environment with all the traffic going in and out of your offices. You will find that there is a lot of dust…

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How your Business can be More Green

Posted on: September 1, 2020

In recent years, the world has started to pay more attention to the plight of the planet. From the pollution in the world’s oceans to the climate change crisis, the vast majority of people agree that a lot more must be done if we are to keep the planet alive…

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Does your business need a visitor management system?

Posted on: August 28, 2020

A visitor management system allows a company to register and track anyone visiting a company that is not a registered employee, such as a contractor, job applicant, delivery person or anyone invited to the company for a meeting. Image Credit The traditional paper-based system The traditional paper-based system is based…

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Outdoor Event Planning

Posted on: July 27, 2020


When you are planning an outdoor event, there are some very different considerations you need to make. Here are some additional factors to keep in mind when it comes to outdoor events, that you may not consider when planning an event indoors. Choosing the right place The most important thing…

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A messy matter

Posted on: July 27, 2020

It is a belief held by many that if a bird defecates on you, your property or your vehicle then you are in for some good luck. The more birds and more poop, lucky you! However, it does not feel very lucky when it happens to you. So, if you…

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Setting up a fashion business

Posted on: July 1, 2020

If you love fashion and dream of having your own business you will want to put together a list of all the items that you want to sell. You also need to consider the ways in which you will keep your products safe and you may want to think about…

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Before the postal service and courier industry

Posted on: June 25, 2020

Millions of letters and parcels pass through our postal service every day. Just as many take advantage of  this Same Day Courier Milton Keynes based company as well to get the job done. There are many that see this as nothing short of a miracle and there is an army…

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Different types of glass

Posted on: June 15, 2020

There is a wide variety of glass types to choose from, with common types including clear, tinted, decorative, safety or tempered. The type you choose will depend a lot on what its intended use is. When installing windows and doors for decorative purposes, most likely a decorative stained-glass effect will…

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How Businesses can Stay Afloat During Lockdown

Posted on: May 29, 2020

Dealing with the worldwide pandemic and running a business is probably the most high-pressured situation that many business owners have ever had to deal with. In order to weather the storm, many companies are having to rapidly change their business model and the way that they do business. Companies offering…

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Ways in which you can grow your business

Posted on: May 26, 2020

There are a number of different ways in which you can grow your business and ultimately this is the aim of many small business owners. You will want to ensure that any growth is sustainable and that you have the necessary finances available to do this. An Accountants in Gloucester…

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Why streamlining is essential for your financial business

Posted on: April 21, 2020

Streamlining your business helps to eliminate waste in your processes, removing redundant practices and improving efficiency. Streamlining may involve the modernization of your equipment, outsourcing activities of the organization, and minimize low-performing products and services to focus on what your company does best. In business, time is money, so small…

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