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Social media is a great tool to connect with your customers but how do you best use it to reach them in 2021? Here are our top tips on how to boost your business through social media and make sure you get the most out of the time you put in.
Consumers today have exceptionally high standards for the companies they interact with. They want the best products and services, but increasingly, they want to source those products from companies that demonstrate a strong commitment to their local community and the wider world.
This article was developed based on content from The Sustainability Consortium in collaboration with HSBC - “Improving Supply Chain Resilience to Manage Climate Change Risks” - June 2020.
Late payments can be a challenge at the best of times, but when business is uncertain and cash flow is squeezed, getting paid on time is critical. Find out how to lessen the risk of late payments, how to handle payments that are late and how to reduce the impact of late payments on your business with our top tips.
2020 has been a year of continual change and uncertainty, but how you respond to and manage that change can help determine your resilience now and in the future. Read our top tips for how to make you and your business more resilient.
Making sure your cash is in the right place at the right time will help you navigate the challenges and opportunities of life beyond the pandemic.
Bernardo Pedroso is building a thriving business that sells flip flops made from recycled plastic waste collected from beaches. In this video, Bernardo explains what it means to be a truly sustainable business and the challenges that come with it.
The pandemic has dramatically shaken supply and demand and put many supplier relationships through the ultimate test, but it’s not just in times of crisis that we should be fostering a positive partnership with our suppliers.
COVID-19 has altered many aspects of the landscape businesses are operating in. One thing that hasn’t changed, says Helen Bennett, Owner of The Business Network, is the value of connections. With 26 years of experience, she shares insight into how you can make the most of networking through the pandemic and beyond.
Whether you’ve carried on trading or have had to close your doors, life after lockdown will be a turning point for small businesses across the UK. Communicating with customers will be one of the keys that unlocks a successful future.