Big content, small budget: How to make video formats work for your business

Enough of all the stats about the rise of video in marketing. If you don’t know it’s the next big thing, you must have been living under a rock. What we want to discuss is how small brands with low budgets can jump on the video bandwagon without shelling out thousands of pounds they simply

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Lessons learned from the Uber CEO crisis

In this SmallBusiness monthly series of ‘Lessons Learned’, Jennifer Janson, author of The Reputation Playbook and chairman of Six Degrees, will assess how a company recently in the news has handled a crisis, and provide top tips for small businesses to handle a crisis in the best way possible: Mid-June saw Trevor Kalanick, founder and

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Customer Service: Why doing it right is vital to business success

Customer service should be at the heart of every organisation. But clearly this is not the case for all businesses if the 2016 Aspect Consumer Experience Index is anything to go by. According to the survey, 58 per cent of people surveyed feel under-appreciated by the companies they do business with. For any business, the main

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A three-step guide to selling a business: The key procedures involved

In the first part of this three-article series we explored the most common reasons why entrepreneurs sell their business. Once that momentous decision is taken, it’s vital that you understand how the selling process works. While it does vary to some degree from business to business, the general steps are always broadly the same. Appoint

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Employee health costs businesses one month a year in lost productivity

UK employers are losing 27.5 days of productive work per employee each year, because of poor health, according to new research from Britain’s Healthiest Workplace (BHW) – commissioned by Vitality Health Insurance. The company also suggests employee absence and presenteeism is a problem that is costing the UK economy £73 billion a year. The research

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