We are having trouble showing you adverts on this page, which may be a result of ad blocker software being installed on your device. As Business Matters relies on advertising to fund its journalism, please disable any adblockers from running on BMmagazine.co.uk to see the rest of this content.

 
Benefits of renting equipment

Benefits of renting equipment

Whether it’s computers, photocopiers, printers or even furniture, many businesses decide that renting vital office equipment makes more practical and financial sense than buying it.

 

More in IN Business

  • Striking the right balance in digital marketing

    Striking the right balance in digital marketing

    You have your website in place. Your SEO is in order. You’ve got blogs written and published – about all the right topics. You’ve got one or more social media platform accounts up and running with a reasonable number of followers or likes. Now is the time to see what your strategic digital marketing campaign can do.

     
  • Cloud computing: Getting up & running as a start up

    Cloud computing: Getting up & running as a start up

    The majority of internet users will now be well versed about Cloud computing and all that it can provide, particularly for businesses, who look for ways of making their data available any time, from anywhere.

     
  • Loss of Intellectual Property is one of the biggest threats to business

    Loss of Intellectual Property is one of the biggest threats to business

    Businesses are leaving themselves exposed to unnecessary levels of risk because of a failure to protect their valuable data

     
  • R&D Tax credits can help grow your business with upto £40,000 of ‘free’ money

    R&D Tax credits can help grow your business with upto £40,000 of ‘free’ money

    The UK is known for being a hub of innovation, yet thousands of companies are missing out on R&D tax credits. Do you know what they are? Would you like the opportunity to claim £40,000 from HMRC?

     
  • Protecting value: post transaction planning

    Protecting value: post transaction planning

    Previous articles in this series have focused on measures to create and “lock-in” the value of a business in the course of the sale process: through incentivising the team, pre-transaction due diligence and planning, tax aware structuring of the deal and negotiation of the “earn-out”. In this article consideration now turns to protecting the value realised on the eventual sale.

     
  • Lessons from 20 years in business

    Lessons from 20 years in business

    Little counts in business as much as experience. New Business Matters Magazine Columnist and experienced entrepreneur Mark Thornhill shares what the last 20 years running his own manufacturing and engineering businesses have taught him.

     
  • Identifying your profitable B2B customers

    Identifying your profitable B2B customers

    Mark Thornton, Marketing Director for Manchester based, leading retail solution provider Maginus, examines how businesses can evaluate their B2B customers to understand which are the most profitable – and which should be cut loose

     
  • Employees ‘isolated and lost’ when it comes to talking about mental health

    Employees ‘isolated and lost’ when it comes to talking about mental health

    Nearly a third of UK employees feel unsure about who to talk to or where to find help or support regarding metal health issues. In addition, nearly 40 per cent find it hard to talk to or open up about their mental health to anyone, according to new research

     
  • Business advice from female Entrepreneurs

    Business advice from female Entrepreneurs

    Women now make up 47% of the workforce in the UK. We have seen a breakthrough in female employment and are now in the direction of empowered females succeeding in their own business.

     
  • How businesses can get ahead with mobile social networking

    How businesses can get ahead with mobile social networking

    In 2016, 2 billion people will be using their smartphone on a daily basis. Last year, 38% of all website views came via a mobile device.

     
  • Five tips for making sure you’re ready to set up your own business

    Five tips for making sure you’re ready to set up your own business

    Do you have a great idea? Do you want to work for yourself? With 2015 going down in history as a record year for SMEs, there are clearly plenty of reasons entrepreneurs can feel optimistic about setting up a new business, but its good practice to make sure you get some good advice before you start. Dave Sunter, Business Development Manager at Stonebridge Offices, offers his top tips for making sure you’re ready to go it alone.

     
  • What to do if you’ve missed the self-assessment tax return deadline

    What to do if you’ve missed the self-assessment tax return deadline

    Despite the months of reminders and warnings, you may be one of the hundreds of thousands of businesses owners and directors that HMRC estimates missed the self-assessment deadline on January 31.

     
  • Four tips to creating a bullet-proof communications infrastructure for startups

    Four tips to creating a bullet-proof communications infrastructure for startups

    Startups are a risky business and there are plenty of reasons why a startup fails or succeeds. Even with a great product, an inspiring office space and investors locked in, an often overlooked reason I’ve seen many startups get wrong is a failure to establish an infrastructure to enable steady, reliable communications.