At the end of last year, there was a staggering 5.5 million businesses in the UK, 99.3% of which were classed as small or medium sized businesses. The EU definition of SMEs is:
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While there are never any guarantees when someone opens up a small business, most business owners do not expect to go out of business sooner rather than later. That being the case, what are you doing as a small business owner to increase the chances of prosperity for your brand?
A lot of entrepreneurs want to become the next Google, Microsoft, or Apple. But few do. There is a key reason why. They copy what is popular, rather than being brave enough to innovate. As a business owner, if you copy the failures around you, you also will fail. What distinguishes successful companies from those […]
Your business is successful – so successful, that it’s time to start thinking about expanding. The problem? Business growth can be a double-edged sword. On the one hand, getting bigger – whether by opening a new location, expanding your product line, or just hiring more staff to take on extra work – will help increase […]
Take a look at this website, and you’ll find all manner of posts about how to gain success online. Websites, social media and much more are the targets, offering opportunities to gain massive success. But, what if you succeed? What happens next? Do you simply ride the wave of success until it subsides? No! You […]
Growth is like vegetables: quite possibly the best thing for a budding business. Growth allows for better security and less risk, greater profit potentials, and more prestige and authority within your community and industry. Growth makes you feel good. However, growth is also like ice cream: You can’t have it whenever you want.