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The ability of businesses to adapt to change will define those that will thrive in the future. Whilst businesses have always had to adapt, recent months have proved testing. Now, as the country starts to reopen and the economy is expected to rebound, businesses face a new challenge – changing from survival to growth. Our panel of experts, including Dr William Bird, GP and CEO of Intelligent Health, Nolli Waterman, HSBC Global Rugby Ambassador, Glen Mullins, Managing Director, VUE Ltd, and Brandon Bichler, Partner at Elixirr, discuss how businesses can build personal and business resilience and create strategies that can help people and businesses thrive.
When UK manufacturer Star Tissue saw an opportunity to invest for growth to meet market demand, an integrated trade and asset finance solution provided the perfect funding combination.
Whatever the size of your business, the world you operate in is rapidly changing. COVID-19 showed how quickly businesses can adapt and implement new technology as they sought new ways to engage with staff, customers, suppliers and business partners. Maintaining that momentum to adapt to new opportunity is essential. Our panel of experts, including Barry Searle, Director at Intqual-pro, Roland Emmans, Head of Tech Sector at HSBC UK and Jordan Appleson, CEO of Hark Systems, looked at key tech trends, what they mean for your business, and how you can maximise these trends whilst keeping your business safe.
Many growing firms are reluctant to engage a lawyer – yet failure to cover legal issues costs SMEs more than £13bn every year. Taking action to anticipate legal problems is likely to be well worthwhile.
In times of financial uncertainty, knowing how to maximise your cash flow could make the difference between surviving and positively thriving. We take a look at some of the strategies businesses could use for optimising cash flow in challenging times.
As part of its move to HSBC, Rullion unlocked the benefits of HSBC’s cash management solution, providing the efficiency, visibility and security the business needed to enhance its operations and provide a strong platform for growth.
There are a variety of different routes you can take in making your business more sustainable and improving the impact your company has on workers, society and the environment. Pai Skincare is one example of a company that’s thoroughly scrutinising its entire business model in its drive towards sustainability.
DiamondAir’s sustainability policy has evolved from ticking a box to a value that’s firmly embedded in the business. Founder, Christina Lawford, explains how and why.
Launched in March 2020, Wild’s sustainable, natural deodorant taps into the growing demand for sustainable solutions that perform just as well as mainstream products but let people feel good about the difference they’re making.
The technology behind the fourth industrial revolution, or ‘Industry 4.0’, is frequently showcased in the media, but how can smaller businesses, with a smaller budget, put them to use? What does the next stage in digital evolution mean for a local business and how can you make the most of the new opportunities it opens up?