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Web design and hosting

Cost effective websites for small businesses Get a great looking website for a lot less than you think! A cheap website doesn’t need to look cheap. Do-it-yourself WordPress websites Professionally designed WordPress websites e-commerce shopping sites Top quality bespoke websites Don’t want a website but do want business email addresses? Then you need an email-only […]

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Understanding cash flow forecasts

Understanding cash flow forecasts and cash flow management All about cash flow – what it is, how to forecast it, and how to manage it. You can manage your cashflow using spreadsheets but it’s much easier to use an accounting package which will do it for you. Using accounting software Most accounting software will create […]

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Limited company or sole trader

Should you be a Limited Company or a Sole Trader? Whether to trade as a limited company or sole trader is an important decision that shouldn’t be taken lightly, so be aware of the risks and benefits of each option. Here’s an overview, but you must always seek advice from a qualified accountant before deciding […]

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The bare essentials

The 6 essential things you need for starting a business   There aren’t many things you need to do start up a business as a Sole Trader.  But these are the 6 essential things you absolutely, definitely can’t do without! 1. Avoid a fine from HMRC! When you become self employed you must register with […]

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Business insurance quotes Don’t shop around for business insurance quotes – let the insurers come to you! Fill in a quote request form and up to 3 specialist providers of insurance for smalll business will contact you and provide a quote.  Simply compare cover and prices then choose the one that best suits your needs. […]

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Call management and conferencing

Phone Call Management and Phone Conferencing As your business grows there’s no need to employ a receptionist to manage your phone calls if you use this full-featured inbound call management service. A phone conferencing solution is available as an additional option, making it easy to keep in touch with staff or customers in other locations. […]

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Risk Assessments

Risk Assessments The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 dictates that all employers take “reasonably practicable” precautions to provide healthy and safe conditions for their employees.  If you don’t you’ll face a fine or even a prison sentence. First you need to identify any risks that may be present, and then undertake the necessary […]

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Other ways to sell your products

Direct selling channels Here’s a few more options for how to put your direct sales force to good use. Selling at trade shows and exhibitions Trade shows and exhibitions help bring your product or service to the attention of a large captive audience all at the same time. Take care though as it’s a very […]

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Health and Safety training

Health & Safety Manual and training packs Reduce the risk of accidents and injuries by training your staff on what health and safety precautions they should take at work. Suitable for new staff or use as a regular refresher for existing staff. Manual Handling Essentials pack 1 x Manual Handling Essentials DVD This brilliant DVD, presented […]

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