When we are asked who we work with and how our expertise is best deployed, a concise answer doesn’t always do justice to the range of work we undertake.
Over the last year, we’ve been working with local charity Woking & Sam Beare Hospices and are proud to be one of their Business Supporters for 2019/2020. We’d love to see more businesses support charities, but what does this mean and why should you consider reaching out to your community?
Bonuses represent a common dilemma for business owners, particularly at this time of year, and it’s a subject that’s fraught with pitfalls and complexities. If you’re grappling with the thorny issue of bonuses, here’s what you need to consider.
As a business owner, this is the perfect time to think about what you achieved last year – and plan what you want to achieve in the coming months.
Michael Gerber has a lot to answer for. As the author of The E-Myth: Why Most Businesses Don’t Work and What to Do About It, he provided great insight and a compelling formula for owner-managers wishing to grow their businesses.
The vast majority of leadership literature tells us that great leaders are made, not born – meaning, for the most part, the best leaders work hard to develop their leadership skills and cultivate certain habits that support them as leaders.
You probably spend a lot of your time building your business, your reputation and your potential wealth, so when it comes to selling your business you want it to go smoothly and successfully.
According to a survey by accounting software provider Xero, three quarters of business owners admit to working during their holiday. And a shocking 17% take no time off at all.
Much is written about why clients sack their creative agencies. But what about the other way around – are there circumstances when a creative agency might consider sacking a client?
One of your clients, possibly hard-won and expensively gained, has reason to tell you that something has gone wrong or your service is not up to expectation.