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Reddit display seasonal generosity

Whilst there will still be those that enjoy the annual excesses to the fullest extent, there are no shortage of those who have little or no money to provide their own children with a gift at Christmas.

How to Create Your Own Advert or Flyer

Key considerations when designing your company flyer

ATG’s Top Tips for e-Commerce

Retailers that have a multi-channel strategy in place are naturally able to provide their services to customers both online and offline.

Bosses must follow legal process when disciplining staff

Business owners have been reminded they must give fair warning to employees before dismissing them

A young business with a debt problem – is there a way out?

As the UK moves slowly out of recession,there is no shortage of businesses that are experiencing cashflow problems.

Prepare your office for the Christmas break

Small firms can save money by ensuring they turn electrical equipment off over Christmas

Corporates cautiously optimistic about economic prospects

Senior executives believe there is reason for optimism about the future prospects for the UK economy.

Firms neglecting mobile Internet users

New research shows that a worrying number of UK firms may be at risk of losing their audience as consumers switch to browsing the Internet from a mobile device

Dragons' Den Judge backs spending cuts

James Caan says cuts will makes UK businesses 'fitter'

Competing with a dominant brand expert view

The launch of the new Windows 7 phone into the Smartphone market that is dominated by iPhone, pits two of the world's biggest brands, Microsoft and Apple, into direct competition.

When the governor of the bank of England, Mervyn King, recently addressed the Trade Union Congress, it was only the second time in history that a governor had addressed the Union. Mr King warned that the government had to press ahead with its spending cuts to cut the country’s record peacetime deficit or the UK could be plunged back into recession.

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Post Date: September 16th, 2010
A series of bumper profits announced by UK banks has once again brought their lending polices to businesses into the spotlight. News that six UK banks are to form a taskforce to help increase lending to businesses will be greeted with little enthusiasm by business owners up and down the land.

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Post Date: August 9th, 2010
If you're not moving forward in business, then you're going backwards. Admittedly, this is a cliché but like all clichés, there is truth in it. Business has evolved considerably in the last decade, with new technology playing a large role in this change. Technology has enabled firms to fully embrace flexible and remote working, has opened up doors to new markets due to the ease of communication and allowed firms to market for free through social networking sites.

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Post Date: June 4th, 2010