Monthly Archives: September 2012

Small businesses turn to freelancers

(originally published in the London Evening Standard on 20 September 2012) Lord Sugar may win ratings for saying “you’re fired”, but firms in London are particularly nervous about their ability to dismiss under-performers. Only one in 10 businesses in the … Continue reading

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Using Twitter – a ten point protection plan

I don’t know about you – but I find Twitter an invaluable part of my Social Media toolkit. Particularly useful for tweeting on hash tags at large conferences and exhibitions. It seems to be that part of the twitter initiation … Continue reading

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Staying ahead of the game (Guest Blog)

  In the last few days I have heard a number of people talking about tightening their belts, cutting their cloth and battening down the hatches. Cliché overload it was but I was not convinced that the speakers were really … Continue reading

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The Importance of “on-line” to Business Networking

As any business owner knows effective “networking” is absolutely vital to their business.  From promoting your business, finding collaborators, finding local suppliers and of course putting yourself in front of potential customers.  With the recent advent of “Social Networking” and … Continue reading

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