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As the COVID-19 pandemic progressed and businesses saw their calendar of events cancelled or postponed, virtual events and digital networking were kicked into overdrive to replace them. As the business owners of 2021 now look optimistically towards the future, how much is the digital realm likely to surrender to live events as restrictions are once again relaxed?
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.
The uptake and use of technology ramped up in 2020 as the COVID-19 effect saw physical interaction limited and businesses increasingly focused on efficiency. Here’s a look at the tech trends that are here to stay and that could offer opportunities for your business in 2021.
Businesses that would never dream of leaving their premises unsecured often leave themselves vulnerable to cyber intruders. Here’s how to put sturdy locks on your digital doorways.
Put your business at the centre of a compelling narrative – one that will persuade customers to step into the story.
Award-winning Pickering’s Gin has had huge success in the UK and US markets, but it chose China to launch its first gin bar. The company’s founders explain their tactics for entering this growing market and how they tackled China’s unique challenges.
Ever since its first day of trading in 2011, Magic Rock Brewing’s craft beers have enjoyed high demand. With the business poised for mainstream success, founder Richard Burhouse reflects on the milestones in the company’s rapid growth.
Magic Rock Brewing’s distinctive beers were in high demand from the company’s humble beginnings in a Huddersfield outbuilding. Eight years on, the company produces 2.7 million pints a year and has supermarket deals in its sights. Its founder reflects on the early factors in its success.
Social media allows even the smallest business to interact with the wider world. Social media allows you to create a dynamic online presence and establish a dialogue with a wide audience - including existing customers, new prospects, your competitors and suppliers.