Across the UK, and right here in the Thames Valley, there are small businesses with five or fewer employees.
Second-quarter numbers are starting to roll in and they don’t look good to anyone who was hoping for robust growth in 2017.
resources are being stretched to their limits.
There is a widely accepted axiom in the world of business that a company’s business plan is its best friend
As an SME executive, what are your thoughts on strategic business planning? I would be willing to bet you consider it critical to the success of your company. I would also challenge you to go one step further to consider business modelling. Effective planning for small business utilises business modelling alongside traditional strategic business planning to yield the best possible results.
Doing business in the UK obviously comes with a certain set of rules that prevent things from getting out of hand.
For the longest time, small business coaching has been relegated to corporate C-suite and the senior management team of privately owned businesses.
London has always been one of the most unique places in the world to live, work, and play. It is also a target for global brands looking to get a foothold in the UK.
Strategic business planning is absolutely necessary to setting up business in the UK.