Just because you’re not a website wizard, it doesn’t mean you can’t build your own.
Marketers talk about traditional marketing tactics being limited in reaching today’s modern audiences, but even digital methods, like podcasts, end up being a vestibule for another conversation.
Situated confidently on Cornwall’s south coast, it’s easy to sit and admire the reflection of Falmouth’s decorative Georgian streets in the sheltered waters of the Atlantic Ocean. The town has the world’s third largest natural deep-water harbour and is the UK’s first and last port.
To help ensure that you do not make some of the most common mistakes made by business owner we have compiled a list of the top 8 classic mistakes and how to avoid them.
Jan Guardian, Senior Web Developer at Itransition shows you how to set up Git with Dreamweaver and Bitbucket for Automated Website Deployment.
Email marketing is still one of the most cost effective tools available, right up there with SEO when it comes to building a brand and converting prospects into customers. But what is the best way to get started? In an era of one-click unsubscribe and a customer base highly attuned to the ways of marketers, how can businesses make the right connection? Helen Armour, Marketing Manager, Really Simple Systems, provides her five steps to effective email marketing.
The Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) and Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS) are government initiatives offering some of the most attractive tax breaks available in the UK to help startups and SMEs
With business becoming more demanding and fast-paced than ever, choosing the right hotel for a business trip is no easy task.
No manager or business owner wants to face the reality of redundancy, but there are times when there is simply no alternative. Companies face extinction if they can’t balance their books – particularly in the current economic climate. Because the biggest cost incurred by most companies is labour, redundancies are an unavoidable part of modern business.
No longer a convenience or ‘nice to have,’ flexible working is now a key part of every successful organisation’s business continuity plan.
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) may sound like a concept that is out of reach for many start-ups, but with the right know-how and focus, building responsibility and sustainability into your business from the beginning will help your small business go beyond mere compliance with ethical standards and laws to creating additional value for your business, employees, community and the environment. But where do you start?